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Carl McKeating

Carl McKeating Biography

Carl McKeating and Rachel Crolla hail from Bradford and began their hiking careers in the Yorkshire Dales and the Lake District. They went on to walk and climb all over Europe, exploring all the major mountain ranges. In 2007, Rachel became the first woman to climb to the highest point of every country in Europe. The couple’s resulting guidebook Europe’s High Points was published by Cicerone in 2009.

 

Titles by Carl McKeating

Walking in the Auvergne

Walking in the Auvergne £14.95

This guidebook to the Auvergne describes 42 walks between 5 and 20km, helping walkers to explore an often-forgotten region in central France. Five areas are covered: Cantal, Chaine des Puys, Mont Dores, Haute-Loire and Montagne Bourbonnaise. The volcanic geography provides a stunning backdrop. Bases in Vichy, Clermont-Ferrand and Puy-en-Velay. Read and see more…

Europe's High Points

Europe's High Points £14.95

A guide to reaching the summit of every country in Europe - driving, walking and climbing routes to the tops of 50 countries in Europe. Detailed route descriptions, sketch maps - advice on transport, seasons, grading and gear. From afternoon strolls in Malta to three-day mountaineering ascents on classic Alpine routes such as Mont Blanc. Read and see more…

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Trekking in Manaslu

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