Freiburg in 4, Geneva, Glarus, Grisous, Ticino, Uri, Unter-
walden, Vaud (12 sheets), and Valais on the scale of 1 :50,000.
The maps published by the Swiss Alpine Club (1:50,000)
are specially adapted for the use of travellers: St. Gotthard in
4 sheets, the S. valleys of the Valais in 8 sheets, the Silvretta,
Todi group, Trift region, Lukmanier, and Binnenthal. For
Chamouny, the Massif du Montblanc (1:40,000), by Mieulet.
Herr E. Beck of Bern is about to publish an admirable relief-
map of Switzerland on the scale of 1 : 100,000, area 60 sq. ft.,
25 fr. per sq. ft. Beck's reliefs on a smaller scale are also well
executed: Switzerland (1 : 500,000) in one map, 18 fr., coloured
25 fr.; another (1 : 900,000) 8 fr., to fold up 10 fr. ; Interlaken
and the Oberland (1 : 200,000) 6 fr.; Lake of Lucerne (1 : 200,000)
7 fr.; Lauterbrunnen to Grindelwald 5 fr.; Valley of Engelberg
6 fr.; Simplon route and valleys of Vispach (1 : 200,000) 8 fr.
Biirgy's relief-maps, published by Georg at Bale, are also
On well-trodden routes like those of the Rigi, Pilatus, Wen-
gem Alp, Faulhorn, Scheideck, Grimsel, Gemmi, etc., the services
of a guide may well be dispensed with, and if the traveller
wishes to disencumber himself of his knapsack, the first urchin
he meets will gladly transfer it to his shoulders for a trifling