Himalaya & Everest - Himalája térképNELLES
This is a lovely double-sided map with two attractive covers, so can be displayed either as Everest or Himalaya. The Everest side covers the mountain itself, with base camps and accommodations clearly shown. There are actually several interesting trails one could explore and all the shown; only one leads to the summit. The reserve side shows the entire Himalaya 'knot' that forms the basis for so many mountain chains. The area of coverage includes all of Nepal and Sikkim, a significant portion of Bhutan, most of Tibet, and a bit of northern India. All roads and attractions are shown. The map includes a detailed inset map for Kathmandu and another for the valley region surrounding the city. There are now half a dozen access roads into Nepal, and all are shown. East-west travel is finally available with the completion of Hwy 1401.
The Himalayas at 1:1,500,000 from Nelles Verlag, with the smaller size, double-sided map offering a convenient format for use when travelling. Vivid relief shading with plenty of names of various mountain chains and peaks, plus additional spot heights shows the topography. The map divides the region north-west/south-east, covering on one side the area from Kabul to Mount Kailash and the Nepali border, and on the reverse the whole of Nepal, the southern part of Tibet, Bhutan and part of the north-eastern states of India including Sikkim. Road network distinguishes highways in good or poor condition and partly surfaced secondary roads, and shows distances on main routes. Railway lines and local airports are included and the map also shows internal administrative boundaries with names of the provinces/states and borders of the disputed regions. Various places of interest, from temples and hill stations to national parks and reserves are prominently marked. Latitude and longitude margin ticks are at 2° intervals. The map has no index of localities. Map legend includes English.
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