Trekking Beyond

Author: Dave Costello
Editor: White Lion Publishing
ISBN: 1781316961
Size: 10,91 MB
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Trekking Beyond takes you on a journey through the snow-capped peaks of the world’s mountains, the sandy dunes of our deserts and along the impressive coastal paths in a beautiful celebration of our world’s most impressive, challenging and beautiful treks. Vivid essays introduce the world’s best trekking regions – from the Himalayas to the Andes, Singalila Ridge to the Bibbulmun Track – exploring the challenges of walking these paths, the history of their formation and the sense of exploration and wonder to be found along these distinctive routes. Each route is accompanied by stunning photography, showcasing the variety of terrains and their magnificent vistas. Each region includes: • Case studies that detail specific treks • Maps of the region in full • Expertise from renowned trekkers World-renowned trekkers and outdoor adventure writers, Damian Hall, Dave Costello and Billi Bierling, bring their knowledge and expertise to each region.

Trekking Tibet

Author: Gary McCue
Editor: The Mountaineers Books
ISBN: 9781594854118
Size: 12,66 MB
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* Thoroughly revised and updated new edition * Features one of the most detailed histories of Tibetan culture and geography available for travelers * Includes a new trekking route over a glaciated 19,300-foot pass used by H einrich H arrer, author of Seven Years in Tibet In the new edition of this indispensible trekking guide to Tibet, travelers will learn the necessities of pre-trip planning and how to seek out the most rewarding treks in a region of the world few get to visit. New features of the 3rd edition include: > Expanded section on East Tibet > New five-day trek in the popular Lhasa region of the pilgrimage circuit of Lhamo Latsho > New trek route over a pass used by G eorge Mallory in 1921 on his first reconnaissance of Everest > New two-day trek in the Shishapangma region > Four new treks in the Mount Kailash region

Annapurna Circuit Trek

Author: Ankur Mutreja
Editor: Ankur Mutreja
ISBN: 9353829887
Size: 13,47 MB
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“Annapurna Circuit Trek: Fairy Tale of Love with Nature” is a compilation of author's unforgettable memories of his unconsummated love affair with nature. You can call it a travelogue, but it’s more than that. A traveller visits a place and returns, but the author has not yet returned. Though his body has pulled his mind towards Delhi, but the memories well crystallized inside the mind are making it wander even now. The author has tried breaking this discordant by penning down his experiences of the trek and loading them on to the readers with a hope that they will carry forward the fairy tale in their love with nature. Motivation: Magnificent waterfalls, towering mountains, pleasurable pine forests, picturesque lakes, meandering rivers/streams, snow clad peaks, slithering pathways, wide valleys, beautiful villages, quivering suspension bridges, docile-yet-petulant yaks, shy blue sheep, cute kids, pretty ladies, smiling men, bright sunshine, dark clouds, cold nights, enthralling views, and everlasting unconditional love.

The Great Treks

Author: Norman Etherington
Editor: Routledge
ISBN: 1317883136
Size: 12,22 MB
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The mass migration of the Boer farmers from Cape Colony to escape British domination in 1835-36 - the Great Trek - has always been a potent icon of Africaaner nationalism and identity. For African nationalists, the Mfecane - the vast movement of the Black populations in the interior following the emergence of a new Zulu kingdom as a major military force in the early 19th century - offers an equally powerful symbol of the making of a nation. With their parallel visions of populations on the move to establish new states, these two stories became part of divided South Africa’s separate mythologies, treated as unconnected events taking place in separate universes. For the first time, in this groundbreaking book, accounts of both migrations are brought together and examined. In uniting these separate visions of African and Afrikaaner history, Norman Etherington provides a fascinating picture of a major turning point in South African history, and points the way for future work on the period.

Faith And Courage In A Time Of Trouble

Author: France Pruitt As Told to Judy Priven
Editor: Lulu.com
ISBN: 1411682300
Size: 10,19 MB
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This book tells the story of a nominally Jewish Belgian family who spent more than four years during the Second World War as refugees in the south of France. The narrator was five years old when the family left Brussels and ten when they returned. At first, the family lived openly in a rented farm, supporting themselves as farmers. But they eventually had to go into hiding and were sheltered by families in the region who risked their lives by doing so.In June of this year, several members of the family returned to the region to dedicate a granite bench in honor of the courageous efforts of its people. Speeches and pictures from the dedication ceremony are presented at the end of the book.

Right A New Design Perspective

Author: scott trent
Editor: Lulu.com
ISBN: 1105734897
Size: 18,51 MB
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This book addresses the practices and challenges of innovation in business. It is for those in large organizations that seek a way to re-imagine how they do business as well as smaller companies looking for competitive advantages. The book proposes a new design perspective which challenges ideas about the right way to succeed in business. The ultimate goal is to show organizational leaders the value of creativity, and inspire the right-brain thinkers to expect a position at the boardroom table when innovation is a must. The authors provide an innovation model to work from and guidelines to follow, but ultimately the answers reside in the people and infrastructure designed to promote creativity. Promoting the value of right-thinking at the right time is the primary message and we explain why. Innovation is not magical, mystical or available to the creative few, it is a perspective that must be nurtured, supported and encouraged. This book shows you how.

Suffer The Future Policy Choices In Southern Africa

Author: Robert I. Rotberg
Editor: Harvard University Press
ISBN: 9780674854017
Size: 19,16 MB
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Will southern Africa explode? Are there alternatives to violent revolution? Can other countries assist South Africa, Namibia, and Zimbabwe in achieving majority rule? Or can the problems be solved only by the peoples of each nation? And what should be done by the West to aid development, encourage racial harmony, and promote the general welfare? For more than a generation Robert Rotberg has visited and written about southern Africa. He has not only studied the history and politics of the area but also has steeped himself in the economic, environmental, and geographic factors that have helped create conflict there. Rotberg has blended sophisticated political knowledge with personal experience to recount the past and make possible an understanding of the future. The result is a timely, wise, and lucid portrait of three nations in search of a destiny. Suffer the Future is a balanced account aimed at making general readers, as well as students of international problems, aware of the realistic alternatives for policy in and toward southern Africa.

Pakistan Trekking Guide

Author: Isobel Shaw
Editor: Vanguard Publications
ISBN:
Size: 16,42 MB
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This complete handbook to the new frontier of alpine adventure contains 100 treks and 49 detailed maps. The authors spent five years personally exploring trekking possibilities while consulting the notes of fellow trekkers and Pakistanis. Literary excerpts and sidebars illuminate local culture.

Trekking In Spain

Author: Marc Stephen Dubin
Editor: Lonely Planet
ISBN: 9780864420886
Size: 19,46 MB
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Aimed at both overnight trekkers and day hikers, this new book emphasizes Spain's high-quality paths and excellent amenities for hikers and includes useful maps and full details on the most beautiful and unspoiled areas of Spain--Andalucia, Castille, the high Pyrenees, Picos de Europa, and Mallorca.