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Shawn Forry
(porkpie73) - F - M

Locale: High Sierra
Nepal trekking and pass info on 03/06/2011 20:08:17 MST Print View

Looking for any info people might have for a few high passes I am looking to do in the Everest and Langtang regions, specifically Amphu Labsta, Sherpani Col, West Col, Tashi Labsta and Tillman Pass.

Please email or PM me. Thanks

Ben Egan
(benjammin21)

Locale: Bawstin
I found this book on 07/22/2011 17:12:08 MDT Print View

On Amazon recently. I really want to hike the GHT in a few years, and plan on getting it for route planning.

See what you think.

http://www.amazon.com/Nepal-Trekking-Himalaya-Trailblazer-Guides/dp/1905864310/ref=wl_it_dp_o?ie=UTF8&coliid=I1SXXODOIETSEG&colid=1AJD7Q94PI569

Sorry I didn't link it directly, I need practice with that.

Andy smith
(andy121) - F
Nepal Trekking on 06/17/2012 15:20:15 MDT Print View

Nepal is a unique destination for trekking in Nepal, hiking in Nepal because of its unbeatable combination of natural beauty and cultural riches. And the most appropriate way to experience. It is walk through them. Nepal is a special and rewarding mountain holiday and tough or easy walking trip following well developed trails. With a trek around Nepal, you will directly experience our culture and way of life of different ethnic people, religion and festivals.

Thanks
MVMTravel

j p
(johnnythunder) - F
nepal trekking guides on 06/17/2012 18:51:03 MDT Print View

shawn,

i've been reading up pretty seriously re: trekking in nepal since i'll be leaving for a 3 month trip in a little over 60 days. i don't remember seeing any information about the passes you've listed in any of the three books i have at my disposal (though not at my immediate disposal since i'm not at home). these include:

the roughing it guide to nepal
the lonely planet trekking himalaya (nepal) guide
and something by the cicerone press (spelling?) devoted especially to the everest region

you'd do well to post questions like this in the lonely planet thorne tree forums. and again, most of the information there is going to skew more towards the traditional trekking routes.

Jack H.
(Found) - F

Locale: Sacramento, CA
Re: Nepal trekking and pass info on 06/17/2012 20:02:29 MDT Print View

Not a direct answer, but I'd ready Justin Lichter's information about the GHT. I think there will be talk of some of those passes.

http://justinlichter.com/?page_id=858