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This is a very popular region of Nepal and this map shoes a varied range of tracks and routes which will appeal to most people. It is easy to access and has well marked contours and a useful index.
Tumlingtar to Lukla map at 1:125,000 in the Nepa Maps series which provides extensive coverage of trekking areas of Nepal on detailed contoured maps with trekking routes, huts and camp sites, local places of interest and other tourist information.
The map covers the region along the Dudh Koshi from the Tibet border, Mount Everest, Lhotse and Makalu southwards to Halesi Marakita, westwards to Salleri and eastwards just beyond Tumlingtar. The main highlighted trail runs from Tumlingtar to Lukla and Namche Bazar, and then north-east to Tengboche, Dingboche, Amphu Labsta Base Camp, and across the Makalu Barun National Park to Shershong and Num. Also marked are numerous other trekking routes in this region. Contours are at 40m intervals, with relief shading and vegetation colouring. Margin ticks show latitude and longitude at intervals of 5’. Index lists places, base camps, peaks, lakes and passes.
Titles in this series have cartography is based on the country’s topographic survey, with contours usually at 40m or 50m intervals, enhanced by relief shading, colouring and graphics to show various features of the terrain, including glaciers, forested or cultivated areas, etc. Numerous peaks, with additional spot heights, plus names of glaciers and mountain ranges are prominently shown. The network of rivers, streams and lakes is shown in great detail, with many smaller rivers and lakes named.
Overprint highlights main trekking routes and numerous local trails, with symbols indicating various places of interest and tourist facilities. Most maps are indexed and include additional information such as route profiles, glossaries, etc. All the information is in English and heights are given in metres.
01 December 2011
140 x 225 mm