In Highest Nepal: Our Life Among the Sherpas

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Title:In Highest Nepal: Our Life Among the Sherpas


Author:Norman Hardie

Publisher:George Allen

Publish Year:1957

Edition:First Edition

Cover:Hard Back With Dust Jacket

Subject:Anthropology/ Sociology | Trek/Travel/Travel account | Nepal


Remarks:B&W and Colour Photographs, Maps, Glossary and Index. Fine. Dust Jacket slightly foxing and soiled, Previous owner name stamp on inside front cover, printed price inked, book details card and book printed mail card inserted. No worn or tear. The book is perfectly fine.


Size:148 x 222 mm


Price:USD 150.00

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  • Norman Hardie was a climbing comrade of Sir Edmund Hillary and was one of those who scaled Kangchenjunga, the third highest mountain in the world. At the end of the expedition, Hardie parted with the main expedition and walked with his Sherpa companions across the high ranges and through the deep valleys of upper Nepal. Hardie stopped at the Sherpa village of Khumjung where he lived for several months, sharing and learning about Sherpa life.

    Norman Hardie

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