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Guidebook for the Haute Maurienne Area

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Hi was thinking about a week off pist or day tours in the Haute Maurienne.

Does anyone know of a guidebook for off piste in that area? Ideally in English but I guess we would get by with a French version.

Cheers

Ian
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The Savoie volume of Editions Olizane’s Ski de Randonnee guides covers the Maurienne. In French but they are quite user friendly guides
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@brownie, there isn't much to be honest... In French there is the very outdated Guide Blanc de la Maurienne ( http://www.montagne-librairie.com/Guide-Blanc-De-La-Maurienne ) which looks like you can still get hold of. It is massively outdated though (it also goes into detail about all the lifts and pistes etc and needs a fair grasp of French, but there are some gems in there.
Alternatively for day tours the toponeige Vanoise book covers the top end of the valley (from the col du Mont Cenis up).

To be fair this is a large part of the charm of the Haute Maurienne - lack of documentation means not too many people...
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Thanks for the recommendations both
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