✰ New Torres del Paine : Chile's Premier National Park and Argentina's Los Glaciaires National Park by Rudolf Abraham – sklepdominika.co.uk

Torres del Paine : Chile's Premier National Park and Argentina's Los Glaciaires National Park Guidebook To Walking And Trekking In Chile S Torres Del Paine National Park And Argentina S Los Glaciares National Park, Areas Of Patagonia Eight Different Walks And Treks Are Described, Including The 10 11 Day Torres Del Paine Circuit, One Of The World S Great Treks, As Well As The Shorter Half Circuit 4 5 Days The Guide Also Includes Other Multi Day Treks And Several Day Walks, As Well As Excursions From Both Puerto Natales And El Calafate The 140km Torres Del Paine O Circuit In The Far Southern Andes Is A Long Distance Trek Of Staggering Beauty, As It Circuits The Paine Massif This Route Typically Takes 10 11 Days To Complete And Is Suitable For Competent Trekkers While Torres Del Paine National Park Offers A Remote Wilderness, Walking Is Easily Accessible With Clear Trails, Good Public Transport And Regular Mountain Huts And Campsites The Guidebook Helps Walkers And Trekkers Venture Into Patagonia With Confidence, And Includes Advice On Getting To And Around The Regions, Languages, Visa, Currency, Accommodation Facilities In The National Parks As Well As Useful Guidance On What To Take And Expect On The Treks Full Background Information On The Geology, History, Wildlife, Flora And Cultures Of The Regions Are Also Explored, Resulting In An Excellent Companion Guide To Walking And Trekking In Torres Del Paine And Los Glaciares.Rudolf Abraham Is An Award Winning Writer And Photographer Whose Love Of Travel And Remote Places Has Taken Him From The Balkans To Eastern Turkey, Central Asia And Patagonia He Is The Author Of Several Books Including Guides To Croatia, Montenegro, Torres Del Paine, St Oswald S Way And Istria, And His Work Has Been Published Widely In Magazines Such As BBC Countryfile, CNN Traveller, Discover Britain, France, Hidden Europe, National Geographic Traveller, OE, Wanderlust And Vanity Fair A Croatia And Eastern Europe Specialist, He First Visited Croatia In The 1990s, Returned To Live In Zagreb For Two Years, And Continues To Make Several Trips A Year To His Favourite Country In Europe Rudolf Is A Member Of The Outdoor Writers And Photographers Guild And The British Guild Of Travel Writers He Lives In London.