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Switzerland's Mountain Inns: A Walking Vacation in a World Apart Paperback – 6 Jul 1998
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The mountain inns of Switzerland - "Berghotels" - are in a world apart. Largely undiscovered, unadvertised, and all privately owned, they are ideal for the traveller who wishes to explore the Swiss Alps off the beaten track. In themselves, these inns provide a sense of adventure and every one is unique, informal and intimate. They are a perfect way to meet other hikers and locals. This guide identifies the most charming Berghotels, tells you how to reach them, what to expect and what to bring. Day hikes from each inn are described in detail, along with information on how to connect one to another to make an extended "Grand Traverse" holiday. Maps give an overview of each region of the country to make trip planning and inn-to-inn hiking easy.
About the Author
Marcia Lieberman is the author of Switzerland's Mountain Inns; Walking Switzerland; The Outdoor Traveler's Guide: The Alps; Walking the Alpine Peaks of France and Northwest Italy; and numerous articles for the New York Times on trekking in the Alps and Himalayas. Philip Lieberman is University Professor of Cognitive and Linguistic Sciences at Brown University. He has written many books on the brain, evolution, and speech, and his photos are exhibited around the world.
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The stays at the Inns were memorable and much less populated than many places. Great Work !