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Title:Shipton & Tilman The Great Decade of Himalayan Exploration
Price:GBP£30.00 (about USD$38.30)
Item ID:TP01-46873
Publisher:Hutchinson, 2013
Condition:Near Fine
Dust Jacket:Near Fine
Hutchinson, 2013, Hardcover, Book Condition: Near Fine, Dust Jacket Condition: Near Fine, First

The Shipton–Tilman Nanda Devi expeditions took place in the 1930s. Nanda Devi is a Himalayan mountain in what was then the Garhwal District in northern India, just west of Nepal, and at one time it was thought to be the highest mountain in the world. Nanda Devi is surrounded by a ring of mountains enclosing the Sanctuary which, despite decades of attempts, no one had been able to enter. In 1934 Eric Shipton, Bill Tilman and their three accomplished Sherpas succeeded in finding a climbing route into the Sanctuary via the Rishi Ganga gorge. Then in 1936 Tilman and Noel Odell, as part of an American–British team, climbed to the 25,643-foot (7,816 m) summit making Nanda Devi the highest mountain ever to have been climbed at that time. Size: Octavo (standard book size). Category: Exploration;
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