This book is the reference tool for every trekker, from novice to expert, gap year traveller to seasoned trek leader (it contains specific ideas for anyone wanting to help teach, lead or instruct others). Written by the staff and colleagues of Plas y Brenin this is the definitive and comprehensive textbook on ‘how to go trekking in mountains around the world’. ‘International Mountain Trekking’ has a functional design with easy-reference colour-coded pages; it is lavishly illustrated with inspiring colour photos from six continents and striking technical illustrations that complement the text. It is the fifth in the series of manuals from Mountain Training UK that includes the highly successful ‘Hill Walking’, ‘Rock Climbing’, ‘Winter Skills’ and ‘Navigation in the Mountains’. Contributors to this book include PyB senior instructors Carlo Forte, Martin Chester, Helen Barnard, Simon Hale, Mike Raine and Louise Turner as well as Mike Rosser from partner organisation Outlook Expeditions. The book further benefits from close collaboration with staff at Mountain Training, Glenmore Lodge and the British Association of International Mountain Leaders.
With climbing being one of the fastest growing recreational sports in India, millions of amateur trekking and climbing enthusiasts are exploring the adrenaline rush of this mentally and physically stimulating sport. Thousand's of certified Mountaineers are graduating from the 4 premium National Mountaineering Institutes in India annually and are exploring the largest and youngest mountain range in the world, standing sentinel across the North of our country.