If you only walk long enough Exploring the Pyrenees Paperback – 26 Jan 2016
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In 2012 I spent 36 days walking GR 10. When I came home I constantly referred to his book to obtain facts and to re-create fantastic memories. In 2013 I finished the last 9 days of this journey. While walking this last part of the journey I kept a blog www.dermotdolan.blogspot.ie so some of my friends could follow my journey but one of them who had read Steve Cracknell's book followed my journey by reading the daily section of his book. He said it was like walking the journey with me.
Whether you ever physically walk this journey or not you can travel it any time by reading this book. Now go on this magical journey and some day you might actually walk it.
This book give you a good view of the life in the French Pyrenees.
I just loved it and have recently finished re-reading it.
Not only could I picture exactly where and what Steve Cracknell is describing, but I also greatly enjoyed his humour and all the extra information regarding local customs, history and general explanations surrounding the trek from the Atlantic to the Mediterranean along the French side of the Pyrenees.
I would recommend it to anyone who has or intends to attempt this hike, as the book brings it all back to life, without the pain and exhaustion!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
As I was going to the Pyrenees to do soem walking I loved this book, humerous as well as usful & informativePublished 14 months ago by Sue
It's not a word you often need, "odious," but it's the only one that describes this unpleasant little book. Read morePublished on 16 Nov. 2013 by Milos Obilic
I read this book avidly as I am planning to do some of the same walk. It is a lovely overview of the GR10 with lots of added political, historical and relevant facts to keep the... Read morePublished on 7 Nov. 2013 by Brenda
In 2000 I walked the entire GR10 from Atlantic - Med but I did it with a friend. It was by far the best long distance walk I have ever done (and I have done a few) but doing it... Read morePublished on 6 July 2012 by mtp