The High Alps of New Zealand or A Trip to the Antipodes with an Ascent of Mount Cook

By: Green, William Spotswood

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Book Condition: Very Good- with no dust jacket


Gutters split at hinges. Fading to spine. Gift inscription to W G Marsh from the Young Men's Christian Association, Wellington, New Zealand, inscription dated March 1884.; [6], (ix)-xiv, [2], 350 pages + frontispiece + 1 plate (facing page 200: Section of Moraine Valley, Section of Terrace in Lower Tasman Valley) + 3 maps (first map is facing page 26: [Port Philip, Quarantine Station] & [Mt. Earnslaw, Lake Wakatipu, Glenorchy]; second map is facing page 64, "South Island New Zealand" with author's route marked in red; third map (folding) facing page 350, "Sketch Map of The Great Tasman Glacier and Neighbouring Peaks") + [6], 32 pages advertisements. Red cloth boards with gilt lettering. Page Dimensions: 189mm x 125mm. Selected Contents: Free At Last.-Melbourne.-Tasmania.-The South Pacific; West Coast Of New Zealand.-Milford Sound.-First Sight Of The Alpine Snows; Christchurch.-Preparations.-Journey Up The Country.-Lake Tekapo; Birch Hill.-Across The Hooker.-Our First Camp.-Wekas.-Paradise Ducks; We Ascend The Mount Tasman Spur.-Edelweiss.-Bivouac.-Ascent Of Mount Cook.

Title: The High Alps of New Zealand or A Trip to the Antipodes with an Ascent of Mount Cook

Author Name: Green, William Spotswood

Categories: Other,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: London, Macmillan and Co: 1883

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: Very Good- with no dust jacket

Seller ID: 10374