Walking Guide - Europe - Switzerland Valais West

 

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Rother walking guides are pocket-sized, in full colour and include 50 walks, varying from day-long hikes, mountain and valley walks, some easy some more demanding. Each walk has accompanying mapping, usually 1:50 000 and colour photos capture the 'feel' of each of the countries.

Walks in the Valais Alps are among the most varied that the Alps has to offer: ancient paths from the vineyards of the Rhone Valley high up to the edge of the eternal ice; an unlimited variety of trails and mountain paths on sunny hillsides. Walks include following the Suones, historical water channels; delightful strolls in light-flooded larch forests, along gorges thundering with water, and on open ridges - always with fantastic views of the highest mountains of the Alps between Monte Rosa and Mont Blanc.

Nowhere else in the Alps does the winter season linger as long. From mid-March to mid-November you can experience the seasons at many heights between the Mediterranean-influenced Rhone Valley to the border of the glaciers.

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