INTO THE UNTRAVELLED HIMALAYA

☆ INTO THE UNTRAVELLED HIMALAYA  é By ↠ Harish Kapadia harlequin romance – johndore.co.uk
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  • 363 pages
  • INTO THE UNTRAVELLED HIMALAYA
  • Harish Kapadia
  • 18 July 2017

About the Author: Harish Kapadia

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INTO THE UNTRAVELLED HIMALAYA Book covers explorations and trek in several parts of the Himalaya Tibet, Arunachal Pradesh, Sikkim, Bhutan, Uttarakhand, Himachal Pradesh, East Karakoram and Siachen Glacier It includes than 20 sketch maps covering each region and trek with several photographs Stories of each trip covers historical details, routes and events of each trip covering the region in detail It can be used as a book of mountain events, climber s reference book or trekking guide as desired The expeditions were with famous the British, French, American and Japanese climbers as members Each of them leading climbers like Sir Chris Bonington, Hiroshi Sakai, Stephen Venables, Mark Richey and Jeff Tripard with many others The book gives insight into the Himalayan areas, their history and people For trekkers there are unknown valleys to discover, cross different passes, understand nomenclature of the area There are invaluable references to hordes of peaks seen and stories of high passes like the Karakoram Pass and Indira Col on the Siachen glacier reached Author Harish Kapadia is a Himalayan explorer for almost 5 decades and has covered most valleys Many of them were as a first visitor to the region He has received several wards like the Patrons Medal for the Royal Geographic Society and Piolet s d Or and Tensing Norgay Award from President of India for Life Time achievement This book is an invaluable guide to all present and future mountaineers and trekkers. Read INTO THE UNTRAVELLED HIMALAYA author Harish Kapadia – johndore.co.uk

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