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  • Taschenbuch: 320 Seiten
  • Verlag: Trailblazer Publications; Auflage: 5 Rev ed. (18. Dezember 2008)
  • Sprache: Englisch
  • ISBN-10: 1873756992
  • ISBN-13: 978-1873756997
  • Größe und/oder Gewicht: 1,9 x 12,1 x 17,8 cm
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Trekking guide to the Everest region of Nepals Himalayas.

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Highly Recommended! I have trekked extensively in Nepal, including the Everest region three times, and this is the BEST trekking book I have ever used. Ever!

The maps are especially detailed and accurate - perfect! The trekking times are consistent and accurate, allowing me to plan how far I want to trek in a given day. I like the fact that the guidebook only focuses on one region, giving it a lot more detail. I even use the Kathmandu City Guide for my stay in Kathmandu.
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The BEST trekking book I have ever used!! 18. Februar 2009
Von Jerome Ryan - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Highly Recommended! I have trekked extensively in Nepal, including the Everest region three times, and this is the BEST trekking book I have ever used. Ever!

The maps are especially detailed and accurate - perfect! The trekking times are consistent and accurate, allowing me to plan how far I want to trek in a given day. I like the fact that the guidebook only focuses on one region, giving it a lot more detail. I even use the Kathmandu City Guide for my stay in Kathmandu.
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Excellent for independent trekkers 14. Juli 2010
Von Rizzi Marcello - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
In September 2009 I've been to Gokyo, Base Camp - Kalapattar and Chhukung, and since I was trekking alone, without guide or porter, I had the chance to check out most of the book. I found out that the directions are spot-on, and the maps almost dumb proof: the book is as good as a real guide, or even better.

The general info and Kathmandu chapters are good, but may be found on other guidebooks as well. The real highlights are the detailed walking routes and maps for the Khumbu area above Lukla. Everything was right there as detailed in the book, and following the indications I had a safe and easy trek.

If you go for independent trekking, either camping or lodge/teahouse, this book is really priceless: It's a great help planning your trek, and it's all what you need to go trekking on your own - in Kathmandu you just can get a bigger map of the Khumbu area and you're ready to go.

You may not need the book if you hire a guide: a good one will lead you on the right trail - which is impossible to miss, anyway - and tell you all what you need to know, but it is still helpful to know exactly where you are, and your options for an afternoon walk or a different viewpoint here and there, plus many other info and data about everything around there.

So, the bottom line is: find a place for this book in your backpack!
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Everest region 2. August 2009
Von Anthony J. Caldwell - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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Excellent book. Information is up to date. Having been there before, I see it is accurate, precise and written in a style to convey important information clearly and correctly. Anybody wishing to go to Nepal and in particular, the Everest region, must read this book first. This book is not available in Australia (and maybe some other countries)I have been keen to read this travel guide for a long time and now I have it. I'm very pleased with my purchase.
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Essential book! 21. November 2014
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This book served as the backbone for my trip to Everest Base Camp. While it is a little dated (2008-2009) and many prices have significantly increased since then (e.g. a pre-paid cab fee from the Kathmandu airport now costs $8 instead of $6) the structure of the book still rings true. The layout of the towns in the Khumbu from Lukla to Gorak Shep are still accurate, and the estimated hiking times from town to town are very accurate. Obviously, it would be great for the book to go into details about a particular monastery or stupa, but it would be five times as large. I referred to this book every day of my trek. It was invaluable. (PS the book is setup where you can hire a local (Nepalese) guide and use this as a reference, but thorough enough where you can use it if you are independently trekking, aka my experience).
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Excellent resource for Everest region trekking 21. Dezember 2012
Von Jason - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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There is a lot more detail in this book than in any other book on this subject that I have managed to get a hold of (I've read a few). McGuinness covers plenty of topics, from background and history of Nepal, to a Kathmandu city guide, to details needed for preparing for your trip and descriptions of the routes while on the trip. The anecdotes included give the sense that the book is based on boots-on-the-ground research. I really get the feel that he truly loves the Himalaya by the way the book is written, with both factual information as well as info on trekking responsibly. In addition, he offers a great deal more detail in his route descriptions and talks about some less-used trails and minor scrambling peaks that no other book mentions.

The one thing that I feel is missing is a guide to pronouncing all the names. A few are explained (it's Pumo-ri, not Pu-mori), but I'm left having to assume that I just read them as they are written. For example, is it Go-kyo or Gok-yo (or some other pronounciation)? Anyway, this is a very minor nitpick.

This is by far the best resource for trekking in the Khumbu, other than perhaps being there yourself. I will be taking it with me when I go next year.
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