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Mountain Biking in Slovenia: Julian Alps - Gorenjska and Soca Valley, South, Central and North East

Mountain Biking in Slovenia: Julian Alps - Gorenjska and Soca Valley, South, Central and North East (Paperback)

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Guidebook to 35 full and half day mountain biking routes in Slovenia. The graded routes, which range from technically not difficult but requiring a reasonable level of fitness to highly technical, requiring a high level of fitness and confident bike handling skills, vary in length from 12km to 59km. Routes are located in Gorenjska, Soca Valley, the South, as well as Central and North Eastern Slovenia. Full route descriptions are accompanied by gradient profiles and 1:75,000 mapping, together with practical information such as getting to and around Slovenia, travelling with the bike, arranging accommodation and dealing with emergency situations. A handy Slovenian language glossary is also included. Showcasing a remarkably diverse landscape, Slovenia is an idyllic mountain biking destination.

From the towering peaks of Gorenjska and the stunning riverside trails of the Soca Valley to the tremendous limestone caves of the Karst region and the forests of the Nanos plateau in the country's south, there is endless opportunity for tough climbs, long descents and technical trails - as well as slow, scenic trips lakeside and through vineyard-laced landscapes - making it a perfect travel destination for the avid mountain biker.

Sport & HobbiesSports & outdoor recreationCyclingTravel & MapsTravel & holiday guides Publisher: Cicerone Press Publication Date: 03/03/2017 ISBN-13: 9781852848088  Details: Type: Paperback Format: Books
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Rob Houghton has been an outdoor instructor, leader and educator for more years than he cares to count and he has led educational expeditions on five continents. Rob has also been a cyclist for as long as he can remember. His first bike was a Raleigh Striker back when they had fake suspension forks on the front. He only took up mountain biking ten years ago after a friend first took him around a trail centre in Wales. Since then, he's been hooked.

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