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Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, UK, n.d. (1948). Hardcover, 8¾" x 5½" (lacks jacket). Our copy has previous owner's stamp to ffep, and a library stamp on inside back cover. It is tired, bumped & worn, with tear-drop stains to front boards, and shelf-wear to boards. Book in GOOD condition. Blue cloth-bound boards with (fading) gold title to spine, photographic frontispiece ('Looking west from Camp on South-west Spur'), 82 b&w photos, 6 maps (including double-spread of Hindu Kush region on rice-paper & sketch maps), and Index. A classic mid-twentieth century text for mountaineers and adventurers, in which the author treks and climbs in Kashgar, Tashkurghan, Rakaposhi, the Kukuay Glacier, Gilgit, and Ishkashim (where the author was arrested!).