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

By: Green, William Spotswood

Price: NZ$65.25

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Book Condition: Fair with no dust jacket


Cloth split along all of front joint. 6mm missing to cloth at tail of spine. Some stains to boards. Hinges broken. Dampstains and wrinkles to frontispiece and preliminary leaves. Folding map separated into two pieces, split along outermost fold. ; [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 and illustration on spine. Page dimensions: 190mm x 125mm. Mountaineering, New Zealand. Mt Cook. 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: Fair with no dust jacket

Seller ID: 21533