Walking on Madeira

Paddy Dillon

This popular guidebook is now in its third edition. Updating it involved re-visiting Madeira and Porto Santo for several weeks, walking the routes and keeping a lookout for changes. One of the things about Madeira is that nothing stays the same for long. A couple of routes had changed dramatically and required substantial re-routing, while others had suffered recent fire and flood damage, so it was necessary to check that repairs had been made and they were safe to walk. In the end, all 60 routes needed amending. Madeira is noted for its exceptionally steep slopes, which nevertheless boast a fine network of paths, although some of them are quite alarming on first acquaintance. There are plenty of mountainous walks, lots of level levada walks and a few great coastal walks.

Pages: 296
Publisher: Cicerone
Dimensions: 172x116x16 (mm)
Published: August 2018
ISBN-10: N/A
ISBN-13: 9781852848552
Posted on: August 16th, 2018 by Paddy Dillon

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