Tibet overland

Tibet overland

A Route & Planning Guide

Kym McConnell

Trailblazer

Paperback: 224 pages
(2002) Language English
130x210mm

ISBN / Barcode: 9781873756416

Subject: Servizio Rese Editori Trailblazer

Route and planning guide for mountain bikers and other overlanders Whether you’re travelling by 4WD, bus, mountain bike or even yak, this guide provides invaluable advice and the most detailed maps for the independent traveller crossing the world's highest and largest plateau. Tibet is a mountain-biker’s paradise. Where else in the world can you cycle alongside 8000m (26,250ft) peaks and cross 5000m (16,400ft) passes, almost daily? The Lhasa–Kathmandu route includes the world's longest downhill run: a drop of 4200m in just over 160kms of heart-stopping descent! Tibet is still one of the most remote regions in the world and any visit will be an adventure, however you travel. Detailed information on over 9000kms (5625 miles) of overland routes with a km-by-km breakdown of these classic journeys: • Lhasa to Kathmandu • Everest Base Camp (possible even by bicycle) • Lhasa to Nam Tso • Lhasa to Yarlung Valley • Xining and Golmud to Lhasa • Chengdu to Lhasa • Kunming and Dali to Lhasa • Lhasa to Mt Kailash and Kashgar

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