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Mount Kenya 1:50,000 Map and Guide

By: Executive Wilderness Programme (EWP)(Author), AL Wielochowski(Author)
18 pages, colour & b/w maps
Mount Kenya 1:50,000 Map and Guide
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Language: English with information in German, French and Italian

This fold-out map to Mount Kenya contains:
- 1:50,000 - 4 colour topographical map of the National Park Area
- 1:25,000 - 4 colour topographical map of the Peak Area
- 1:400,000 - Map of roads around Mount Kenya
- several climbing route diagrams

dimensions: 14 × 18 cm folded, 84 × 54 cm unfolded (W × H)

Also included is concise information on geology and glaciology, flora and fauna, medical aspects, weather and climate, access and walking routes, climbing routes, porters, cooking and food, accommodation, and useful contacts.

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Biography

Executive Wilderness Programmes (EWP) was formed in Kenya in 1985 by a group of local specialists comprising climbers, bush experts, a rally driver and two pilots. The company served those with highly specialised needs. Many of the areas EWP operated in had maps that were either out of print, restricted, or out of date. To remedy this they used our local expertise and with the help of cartographers we published a range of maps.

By: Executive Wilderness Programme (EWP)(Author), AL Wielochowski(Author)
18 pages, colour & b/w maps
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