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Only by following a low-impact climbing ethic can we protect our outstanding natural features and their biological diversity for future generations. If you decide to take a trip to the White Mountains and hike to the top, you will travel through several climate zones. The most attraction in this mountain peak is the view of mountain panorama in Khumbu region. Overshadowed by the rugged Sierra Nevada on the western side of the region, visitors traveling along highway 395 are usually unaware that White Mountain looms high above to the east.

Pages: 304

Publisher: Rockfax Ltd (April 1, 2003)

ISBN: 1873341806

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