Trekking in Nepal: A Traveler's Guide

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Mountaineers, 1997 - Sports & Recreation - 383 pages
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Completely updated and expanded, this seventh edition of Trekking in Nepal: A Traveller's Guide sends trekkers to Nepal equipped with comprehensive information on the country's most rewarding routes, how to get there, what to bring, what to expect, and the people and history behind it all. It covers 21 major areas of Nepal, plus some alternatives and side trips, in all types of terrain. Also included in this new edition are several new routes in the Makalu Barun area near Everest. This guide also includes a special section on trekking with children. And the author provides visitors with the information and inspiration they need to be culturally appropriate and environmentally sensitive guests. Sidebars provide first-hand information on history, geology, climate, national parks and conservation areas, religion, wildlife, and much more.

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User Review  - dryfly - LibraryThing

This book is indispensible for trekking in Nepal imo. Accurate and thorough, this guide book outclassed all the others back in 1991. I'm not sure how it compares in 2007 but I bet it still holds its own. Don't leave home without it! Looking back, it probably could use a few more photos.... Read full review

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User Review  - Joan - Goodreads

A quick read with good information. Straightforward, packed with interesting info and valuable tips. Read full review


Foreword by Sir Edmund Hillary
Trekking Styles and Destinations

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Bezruchka traveled widely throughout the third world.

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