From the Great St. Bernard Pass westwards, C&T Vol. 5 describes the major Alpine passes between Italy, France and Switzerland and the most attractive roads in the Ligurian Apennines, not forgetting some of the great all-French biking classics such as the Col de la Bonnette, the Col d’Izoard and the Col d’Iseran. For the enduros there is also a section on the high altitude unsurfaced white roads of the Salt Route or Via del Sale. Around 1,500 km of asphalt and 100 km of tracks are described in the classic C&T style, with illustrations and text written from the saddle of motorcycle, for all bikers from hard riding sports enthusiasts to tourists. Diverse notes provide further information regarding an area of immense interest. Together with C&T No. 3 – The Dolomites and C&T No. 4 – The Alps, from the Brenner to the Simplon, this latest volume completes the journey initiated with C&T No. 1 – The Tuscan-Romagnolo Apennines and C&T No. 2 – The Tuscan-Emilian Apennines: the first five volumes of C&T thus cover all the greatest biking roads in the Alps and the Northern Apennines.