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Mt. Everest and the Himalaya Topographic Map

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Overview

A beautiful map entailing Mt. Everest and the Himalaya Mountains. This wall map includes routes from famous expeditions and trails.

Details

  • 37" x 23"
  • Scale = 1:50,000
  • © 1999

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5.0

Excellent reference map

By jajp0338

from Kingman, Arizona

Verified Buyer

Pros

  • Broad Appeal
  • Fun to use

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Learning reinforcement

    Comments about Mt. Everest and the Himalaya Topographic Map:

    I use this map as a reference when reading stories of mountain climbing expeditions to Mt. Everest. When I have company, people are drawn to the map because of the mountain's notoriety. Having a detailed contour map of such a difficult, rugged and remote place is unbelievable and was considered next to impossible at times in the past.

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