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Trekking in the Himalaya
Contributor(s): Reynolds, Kev (Author)

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ISBN: 1852846054     ISBN-13: 9781852846053
Publisher: Cicerone Press
OUR PRICE: $25.46  

Binding Type: Paperback - See All Available Formats & Editions
Published: November 2013
Additional Information
BISAC Categories:
- Travel | Asia - General
- Travel | Special Interest - Adventure
- Sports & Recreation | Hiking
Dewey: 915
Physical Information: 0.8" H x 6.7" W x 9.4" (1.55 lbs) 252 pages
- Cultural Region - Asian
Features: Bibliography, Illustrated, Index, Maps, Price on Product, Table of Contents
Descriptions, Reviews, Etc.
Publisher Description:
From K2 and Nanga Parbat in Pakistan, to Mount Kailash in Tibet, to Annapurna, Manaslu, Everest, Makalu, Kangchenjunga and many more, this book is an inspirational and detailed guide to 20 memorable expeditions in the Himalaya. The spectacular surroundings covered by the treks cannot fail to encourage trekkers to take on a journey to the greatest of mountain ranges. The treks described within this guide range from the popular to the little-known, and from gentle treks on good paths at a moderate altitude, to long and challenging routes. All of them share the scenic magnificence for which the Himalaya is justly known, as well as the sense of adventure that accompanies each journey. This guidebook will inspire trekkers to scale the heights of their potential.

Contributor Bio(s): Reynolds, Kev: -

Kev Reynolds is a freelance writer, photojournalist and lecturer. A prolific compiler of guidebooks, his first title for Cicerone Press appeared in 1978; he has since produced 27 titles for Cicerone, with others being researched. A member of the Outdoor Writers' Guild, the Alpine Club and Austrian Alpine Club, his passion for mountains and the countryside remains undiminished, and he regularly travels throughout Britain to share that enthusiasm through his lectures.

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