The Himalayan Journal: Volume 68 by Himalayan ClubThe Himalayan Journal: Volume 68 by Himalayan Club

The Himalayan Journal: Volume 68

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Paperback | April 12, 2014

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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. From the essays on Augusto Gansser to Michel Peissel, Zemu Gap Peak,Peaks of Ang Tung, and the Hidden Petroglyphs of Ladakh, the volume 68 includes articles related to Kedar Kantha, Reru Nala, and Sichuan China, among others. Alongside articles, it also includes book reviews and correspondence, etc.
Himalayan Club, founded in 1928, is one of the earliest mountaineering clubs to have been established in the Subcontinent.
Title:The Himalayan Journal: Volume 68Format:PaperbackDimensions:370 pagesPublished:April 12, 2014Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0198097522

ISBN - 13:9780198097525


Table of Contents

Amrita Dhar: The UnaccommodatedRasoul Sorkabhi: Augusto Gansser and the HimalayaBrian D. Kharprandaly: Caving in the 'Abode of Clouds'Anindya Mukherjee: Zemu Gap from SouthHarish Kapadia: The PlateauPradeep C. H. Sahu: Climbs in the Shadow of the Sleeping BuddhaAshutosh Mishra: Auden's Trial Through Shiva's Matted LocksDerek R. Buckle: In the Shadow of the ElephantPaddy O'Leary: The Irish in Himachal PradeshDivyesh Muni: Peaks of Ang Tung and an exploration of the Ku LungpaKimikazu Sakamoto: Hidden Virgin Peaks in ZanskarSandy Allan: The Mazeno Ridge of Nanga ParbhatTamotsu Nakamura: Through Tibetan Jungle of lower Yi'ong TsangpoRasoul Sorkhabi: Michel Piessel (1937-2011)Viraf Mehta: The Hidden Petroglymphs of LadakhSankar Sridhar: Photo Feature - Frozen LakesExpeditions and NotesBook ReviewsIn MemoriumCorrespondenceClub Proceedings - 2011-12