The Himalyan Journal: Volume 65 by Himalayan ClubThe Himalyan Journal: Volume 65 by Himalayan Club

The Himalyan Journal: Volume 65

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Paperback | February 1, 2010

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The Himalayan Journal Volume 65 illustrates the changing aspects of mountaineering and interest in mountains. It does not concentrate only on climbing-which still remains a major focus-but also includes articles on a wide range of subjects such as art and artists, surveyors, recording of newchallenging peaks, suggestions for smaller treks and a study of the 'Hump operations' over the Himalayas during the Second World War.
Himalayan Club, founded in 1928, is one of the earliest mountaineering clubs to have been established in the Subcontinent.
Title:The Himalyan Journal: Volume 65Format:PaperbackDimensions:306 pagesPublished:February 1, 2010Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0198065795

ISBN - 13:9780198065791

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Table of Contents

W.M. (Bill) Aitken: Serbjeet Singh: Artist and AlchemistRasoul Sorkhabi: The Great Game of Mapping the HimalayaOlaf Rieck: Amphu Laptsa Middle - First AscentPark Soo Seok: Annapurna FangAdrian O'Connor: The British Zemu Gap Expedition, 2008Ashok Abbey: The Everest OlympicV.K. Sashindran: Over the HumpGautam Dutta: Tirsuli WestMick Fowler: Vasuki ParvatHarish Kapadia: The Bagpipe TreksSatyabrata Dam: Dhauladhar DilemmaJagdish C. Nanavati: Nilkanth MissedPaulo Grobel: Chong Kumdan IITamotsu Nakamura: Gorge Country in Southeast Tibet and Mountains in SichuanVinay Hegde: On Lampak NorthBurjor Banaji: Many a slip ...Harish Kapadia: Zanskar Anyone?Expeditions and NotesBook ReviewsIn MemoriamCorrespondenceNewsletter 62 (2008-2009), Club Proceedings