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- DescriptionAn inspirational larger format book describing 20 memorable treks in the Himalaya. They include such well-kwn classics as the treks to Everest, K2 and Kangchenjunga base camps, and the Annapurna and Manaslu Circuits. The ultra-long Lunana Swman Trek and a kora around sacred Mount Kailash in Tibet are also included. There are epic glacier treks like that to Pakistan's Sw Lake; following in the footsteps of Shipton and Tilman towards Nanda Devi, and the approach to Gangkar Punsum - the world's highest unclimbed peak located in remote Bhutan. This inspirational guide was edited by trekking specialist Kev Reylds, and written by a team of eight experienced authors, writers and guides. A compilation of the best walking in the Himalaya, it looks at each trek in turn, and discovers what makes the trek special, and entices with vivid accounts and breathtaking photography.
- Author BiographyKev Reynolds, this guide's contributing editor, has written a series of trekkers' guides to Nepal as well as many books on the Alps and several guides on walking in southern England. The contributors to this guide: Steve Berry, Bob Gibbons, Stephen Goodwin, Bart Jordans, Sian Pritchard-Jones, Steve Razzetti and Chris Townsend, are all passionate about the Himalaya and have extensive experience of the region's heights.
- Author(s)Kev Reynolds
- PublisherCicerone Press
- Date of Publication20/09/2013
- SubjectFishing, Field Sports & Outdoor Activities
- Place of PublicationCumbria
- Country of PublicationUnited Kingdom
- ImprintCicerone Press
- Content Note160 colour photos and over 70 maps and profiles
- Weight710 g
- Width170 mm
- Height240 mm
- Spine20 mm
- Format DetailsLaminated cover,With flaps
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