Trekking in the Everest Region: Planning, Places to Stay, Places to Eat, Includes Kathmandu City Guide (英語) ペーパーバック – 2009/1
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Fully revised fifth edition of this practical guide with 27 detailed route maps covering not only the classic treks but also the wild routes: Everest expedition route Rolwaling Trekking from Lukla Salpa-Arun The Gokyo trek High passes Trekking peaks including Mera and Island Peak Information for all budgets and trekking stylesRanging from lush terraced fields to the highest mountain on earth, the scenery is breath-taking. There are trekking possibilities to suit all budgets from independent trekkers on a shoestring staying in simple lodges with Sherpa families to travelers on all-inclusive guided treks with every luxury provided. Getting to Nepal from Europe, North America and Australasia Kathmandu trekking preparations and what to see Where to stay and eat Kathmandu and along the trails Employing a guide or porter in Nepal The environment how to minimize your impact on a fragile region and still take hot green showers Health and safety 27 route maps and village plans Plus 30 color photos.
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The one thing that I feel is missing is a guide to pronouncing all the names. A few are explained (it's Pumo-ri, not Pu-mori), but I'm left having to assume that I just read them as they are written. For example, is it Go-kyo or Gok-yo (or some other pronounciation)? Anyway, this is a very minor nitpick.
This is by far the best resource for trekking in the Khumbu, other than perhaps being there yourself. I will be taking it with me when I go next year.