Tibet's Secret Mountain: The Triumph of Sepu Kangri

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In the last decade of the twentieth century it is almost unbelievable that a mountain range of length comparable to the entire Nepal Himalaya should still remain a vague notion to the geographers and exploratory mountaineers. But such is the mountain range in Tibet that Chris Bonington and Charles Clarke and their team explored. Its highest peak, Sepu Kangri, is 22,802 ft. Amazingly as Bonington says, the area had never been visited by Europeans until his reconnaisance in August 1996. In place of maps Bonington and Clarke ...

Tibet's Secret Mountain: The Triumph of Sepu Kangri 1999, Trafalgar Square Publishing

ISBN-13: 9780297819844

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