The Himalayan Journal: Volume 67

Paperback | October 15, 2012

EditorHimilayan Club

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The Himalayan Journal is one of the earliest, most authentic, and authoritative mountaineering journals of the world. It covers climbing, explorations, scientific observations, and almost all aspects related to the Himalaya. This volume includes articles related to environmental issues,mountain philately, caving in Meghalaya, guiding at high altitude, and explorations and climbing in the Himalaya and adjoining ranges, among others. Alongside articles, it also includes expedition notes, book reviews, correspondence, etc.

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The Himalayan Journal is one of the earliest, most authentic, and authoritative mountaineering journals of the world. It covers climbing, explorations, scientific observations, and almost all aspects related to the Himalaya. This volume includes articles related to environmental issues,mountain philately, caving in Meghalaya, guiding a...

Himalayan Club, founded in 1928, is one of the earliest mountaineering clubs to have been established in the Subcontinent.
Format:PaperbackDimensions:370 pages, 8.46 × 5.51 × 0.68 inPublished:October 15, 2012Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0198086059

ISBN - 13:9780198086055

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Victor Saunders: Guiding at High AttitudeV.K. Sashindran: The Mountain Story Through StampsRoger Payne: Sublime SikkimAnindya Mukherjee: The Land of Mythical ParadiseBrain D. Kharpran: Daly: The Prospects of Caving in MeghalayaHarish Kapadia: The Riddle of KangtoPaul Figg: Vasuki Parvat--King of the SerpentsAshok Abbey: Duhangan Valley of the Western HimalayaPradeep Chandra Sahoo: Mamostong KangriPriyadarshi Gupta: Echoes from the PastTamotsu Nakamura: Visiting Christian Churches in Salween BasinBernadette McDonald: Treasures and Leassons from the AlpsExpedition and NotesBook ReviewsRemembering Jagdish NanavatiIn MemoriamCorrespondenceClub Proceedings, 2011