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Forthright collection of stories from Steve Berry's early expeditions to the Himalaya

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Himalayan tales of the unexpected - a collection of stories from Steve Berry’s early expeditions to the Himalaya.

Born close to the Himalaya, Berry had ambitions from an early age to become a traveller and explorer. With around 60 to 70 Himalayan trips under his belt, Berry has explored Nepal, Bhutan, Tibet, and various other parts of the Himalaya. Now founder of Himalayan Kingdoms, a travel company specialising in trekking holidays, Berry writes tales from escaping avalanches to an encounter with a bear. 

With stories including the first British accent of Nun (7,135 m) along with his failed attempt to climb Bhutan’s highest peak, Gangkar Punsum, this book is an exciting and enthralling read.


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