The Himalayan Journal: Volume 66 by Himalayan ClubThe Himalayan Journal: Volume 66 by Himalayan Club

The Himalayan Journal: Volume 66

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The Himalayan Journal published by the Himalayan Club, is one of the oldest (first edition came out in 1928) mountaineering journals of the world. The Journal is highly regarded by the climbing fraternity, which views it as the foremost authoritative source of reference on the Himalaya, theKarakoram, and the Hindu Kush. Alongside essays, this volume includes expedition notes, book reviews, correspondence, etc.

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Himalayan Club, founded in 1928, is one of the earliest mountaineering clubs to have been established in the Subcontinent.

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Title:The Himalayan Journal: Volume 66Format:PaperbackDimensions:348 pages, 8.46 × 5.51 × 0.03 inPublished:January 1, 2011Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0198071507

ISBN - 13:9780198071501

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Table of Contents

Ashok Abbey: Chorten of the Himalayan ClubAamir Ali: Now that I'm old...George W. Rodway and Jeremy S. Windsor: Kellas Peak RevisitedMark Turin: Silent WitnessTamotsu Nakamura: Expedition to Eastern Tibet, 2009Harish Kapadia: PemakoRasoul Sorkhabi: Geologic Formation of the HimalayaAshutosh Mishra: Retracing the Footsteps of Frank SmytheMartin Moran: The First Ascent of Changuch and a crossing of Traill's PassBernadette McDonald: Mountains, Masjids and MonasteriesPawel Krawczyk and Piotr Paprzcki: Polish Expeditions to the Lahaul Himalaya in 1973 and 2008Kimikazu Sakamoto: Exploration of Reru ValleyRakesh Bhambri, Tobias Bolch, and Ravinder Kumar Chaujar: Glacier Mapping in India since the 19th CenturyDivyesh Muni: Plateau Peak Indian-American Expedition, 2009Harish Kapadia: Future is here...Expeditions and NotesBook ReviewsIn MemoriamCorrespondenceNewsletter 63 (2009-2010)Club Proceedings