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I think that the main picture for this article has been digitally altered in a MAJOR way!
Maybe Nat Geo Adventure
Posted by: Sean Morrissey
23/11/2009 03:40 PM

ok beautifull scenery and people
but why to claim to be the first one ?
A french trekking company Terdav had done 2 times and 3 clients did all the parts
but no book!
Posted by: nanouche
29/10/2009 03:29 AM

at the time of civil war
Posted by: Chandra Niraula
26/10/2009 02:52 PM

at the time of civil war
Posted by: Chandra Niraula
26/10/2009 02:52 PM

We hope that Nepal will get its constitution in 2010 so that it will be inclusionary for all of its ethnic groups and people. Hopefully the GHT will bring much needed resources to the country as Kathmandu is replete with shortages, load shedding and people. That being said having lived there for 3 months in 2009 I cant wait to go back. Namaste, Dipper 13 NYC
Posted by: Dan Alterman
25/10/2009 08:36 AM

Indeed. Nepal is the best place to get up close to the Himalayas. With the highest mountain Mount Everest to the most popular trek of Annapurna, Nepal is the adventure lovers' paradise.
Posted by: Himalaya Trekking
25/10/2009 03:55 AM

I wish to confirm that I am the proud owner of The Great Himalaya Trail written by Robin Boustead. Let me tell you for someone who has not seen Nepal for 10 years, the magnificant pictures are truely worth a thousand words and made my heart ache for the beauty, majesty
Posted by: Nicole Anastasi
22/10/2009 11:34 PM

Robin Boustead has just launched his book 'The Great Himalaya Trail A Pictorial Guide'. Robin walked the length of Nepal in 2008 and 2009, and plans to do more in other Himalayan countries in 2010 and beyond. It is a great opportunity to spread the tourism over a wider area, and get money to people who really need it. Trekkers who walk the trail will get to see real Nepali village life away from the main trails. Think about it for your next trip! :)
Posted by: Judy
22/10/2009 11:12 PM