What are Stations?
The Panoramic view on Cartopology contains six different Stations. A station is a building located in the mountains, generally accessible only by foot, intended to provide food and shelter to mountaineers, climbers and hikers. Traditionally stations, refuges or mountain huts provide a range of services, starting with shelter and simple sleeping berths. Some, particularly in remote areas, are not staffed, but others have staff which prepare meals and drinks and can provide other services. Stations on the Panoramic view on Cartopology consist of five different Forms of Expression: ‘EXERCISE’, ‘TAKEN FROM THE CARTOPOLOGIST’S LIFE’, ‘WRITING AFTER READING’, ‘TRAJECTORY’ and ‘INSTRUMENTS’.
Stations will be added soon.