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on 15 November 2017
Ok, by all means. Thanks.
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on 3 December 2015
Arrived in good time. Wish it had a bit of information on Amritsar but other wise looks good.
It have used lonely planets since the 1980's when they called "West Asia on a Shoe String".....Africa on a Shoe String...etc. They are still good but some updates are lacking. The world is not as exciting as it used to be in the !980's and 90's....
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on 17 March 2015
Great
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on 10 December 2011
This is a very complete guidebook on all of the major treks in the Indian Himalaya. Easy to carry around for reference during your trek. Lots of detailed maps are very helpful. There are also quite a few color photos that create the right mood during the planning period at home and serve as nice memories for those who don't take their own pics.

Unlike what some reviewer have written, the book is very sturdy, stiched and very durable even if you are going to rough it a bit on your trek.
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on 28 March 2011
As with most lonely planet guides the information here is comprehensive. It includes prices of hotels, times of buses where to hire guides and so on. It would suit DIY trekkers as well as being a great companion for those taking part on organised treks in Ladakh, Himal Pradesh and Uttarakhand. The pages are well bound and stitched so this book won't fall to bits on your trek. Only two complaints really.
1. No information on trekking peaks such as Stok Kangri
2. Only sketchy information on towns in the area such as Leh or Manali so you will probably want to take the regular guidebook too and leave it in Leh (or wherever)whilst you trek with the handier sized trekking guide.
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on 14 November 2013
Like Lonely Planet book - sometimes you have all information you need and sometimes it is not enough. You have to take this when you go to Indian Himalaya but you will also need good map or other more details guide.
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