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The Great Himalaya Trail: A Pictorial Guide

Robin Boustead (Author)
This stunning book will show you places you never dreamed still existed. Nepal is the most mountainous country on earth and hides many secrets in a maze of remote valleys where small communities have lived unchanged for hundreds of years. Folklore and superstition are woven into everyday life to create some of the most mysterious and magical places on the planet. The GHT crosses every one of Nepal’s mighty mountain ranges through forests, jungles, over passes and glaciers, and across windswept plateaus.
Delight in photos from the first expedition to trek and map the Great Himalaya Trail in Nepal: the majesty of Mount Everest, the barren villages of upper Dolpo, lush rhododendron forests in Kanchenjunga and Makalu, ancient Buddhist gompas in Mustang, and village festivals throughout the country.
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About the author

Robin Boustead

Born in the UK and now based in Sydney, Australia, Robin Boustead has been trekking in Nepal since he fell in love with the Himalaya in 1993. During countless trekking holidays he and a bunch of friends developed what was initially only an idea for the most challenging alpine trek in the world, Great Himalaya Trail.

Since 1992, he has researched new treking routes in some of the remotest mountain regions of Nepal before completing a full traverse over two seasons; the post monsoon of 2008 and pre-monsoon of 2009. His epic journey took a total of 6 months on the trail, and on both treks he lost over twenty percent of his body weight. During his longer treks he has often been mistaken for a yak, and his favourite beer is Guinness.

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Bibliographic information

Title The Great Himalaya Trail: A Pictorial Guide
Format Softcover
Date published: 29.04.2019
Edition 2nd ed.
Language: English
isbn 9789937918299
length 176p., 4p. of Plates; Col. Illustrations; Col. Maps; 30cm.