First Across the Roof of the World



First Across the Roof of the World FIRST ACROSS THE ROOF OF THE WORLD Is The Story Of A Incredible Journey In The Days Of Jet Travel And Packaged Tours, Peter Hillary And Graeme Dingle Choose To Travel The Hardest Way On Foot And Carrying Their Supplies Through The Toughest Terrain In The World The Himalayas They Climbed And Tramped For 5,000 Kilometres It Took Them Ten Months They Passed Through Regions And Countries Which Are Merely Exotic Names To Most Of Us Sikkim, Nepal, Garwhal, Himachal Pradesh, Kashmir, Ladakh, Tibet And Of Course India And Pakistan They Moved Amongst Three Major Ethnic Groups, And Heard Than Fifty Dialects They Stepped Back In Time, Visiting Places Normally Inaccessible To The Outside World, And With A Way Of Life Which Has Remained Unchanged For Centuries.

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  • Hardcover
  • 232 pages
  • First Across the Roof of the World
  • Graeme Dingle
  • English
  • 07 September 2018
  • 0340320400

10 thoughts on “First Across the Roof of the World

  1. Daren says:

    The story of an 1981 expedition led by Peter Hillary and Graeme Dingle who climbed and tramped for 5,000 kilometres from Sikkim to Pakistan.Assisted by a small support crew, and in the company of various others Tashi, SP Chamoli, Major Prem Chand the journey took them ten months From Sikkim in India, they passed into Eastern Nepal, traversed the entire country, passed back into India Uttarakhand and Himachal Pradesh into Kashmir, Ladakh and into Pakistan.Writing a chapter each, it was evident The story of an 1981 expedition led by Peter Hillary and Graeme Dingle who climbed and t...

  2. Grant Hutchison says:

    In 1981, Graeme Dingle Peter Hillary walked from Kanchenjunga to K2 The journey took 300 days The started in Sikkim, traversed Nepal, Himachal Pradesh and Kashmir, and finished on the Concordia Glacier in Pakistan They tried to stay as close to the main ridge of the Himalayas as possible, although difficulties with permits, terrain and border crossings often forced them southwards They did not climb any major peaks 20,000ft Kungchang is the only summit attempt recorded in the book, a In 1981, Graeme Dingle Peter Hillary walked from Kanchenjunga to K2 The journey took 300 days The started in Sikkim, traversed Nepal, Himachal Pradesh and Kashmir, and finished on the Concordia Glacier in Pakistan They tried to st...

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