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Old 29.05.2011, 13:03
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Jura high route guidebook

A friend of mine is interested in doing some of the Jura high route (the part close to Basel). I have several maps but I remember years ago having a small guidebook in English specifically for this route - it was a kind of pocket size book with very clear descriptions in it. Brilliantly simple and small guidebook to carry round. Of course now I can't find it (probably I have loaned it... doh!)

So, does anyone actually have a copy of such a guidebook that they'd like to sell/give away - or just info on where you got it? I'm pretty sure that I got mine (about 10 years ago!) in what was then Jaggi bookshop (now Thalia) but they don't seem to have it now.

There's plenty of guides in German I know, but my friend would like one in English. Search on Amazon only pulled up one guidebook which seems to be also for ski trekking and that's not it (and it's not currently available).
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