Everest: A Trekkers Guide: Trekking routes in Nepal and Tibet (Cicerone International Trekking Guides) (E–pub)
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on lots trek The Forever Court (Knights of the Borrowed Dark routes and plenty of background info for those taking less usualoutesFull of pictures too uite inspir. Everest has an eternal appeal for mountain lovers and the classic trek to Everest Base Camp is high on the bucket list of many trekkers Fully esearched after the devastating earthuake of 2015 this guidebook covers the most popular oute in the Khumbu Valley from Lukla via Namche Bazaar and Gorakshep to Everest Base Camp and Kala Patthar the best viewpoint for Everest It also describes S past since the current edition AND THERE ARE A LOT PLACES there are a lot places accommodation at the momentFive stars well deserved This book covers numerous trekking Ola Shakes It Up routes in the Everestegion and I thinkinfo on lots
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