Friday, March 21, 2008

Early Publication References on Mountaineering and Philippine Travel

You first build technical expertise reading mountaineering books and going on actual training.
Learn about behavior on climbing. Join clubs.
Interpret maps.
Get to know how to get there.
Know more about the place and its culture.
Involve in environment advocacy.
Write a web log.

Dingkuhn, Michael. Let's Hike A Guide to Taal, Makiling and Banahaw with maps by Rebecca de Villa: Metro Manila, Philippines. Devcon IP Inc., 1992

Sorongon, Jr., Reynaldo G. The First Guide to Climbing Mt. Apo: Davao City Philippines. National Media Production, 1982

Garcellano, Efren E. Island Trekker, Backpacking for Beginners. Oriental Mindoro, Philippines: Halcon Mountaineers Publication, 1998

Wood, Robert. The Two Ounce Backpacker: A Problem Solving Manual for Use in the Wilds. Berkeley, CA: Speed Press, 1982

Graydon, Don. Mountaineering: The Freedom of the Hills. 5th ed. Seattle, Washington: Mountaineers, 1992

Peters, Jens. Lonely Planet Travel Survival Kit Philippines. 5th ed. Hawthorn, Australia: Lonely Planet Publications, 1994

De Villa, Jill. Luzon by Car. 2nd ed. Makati, Metro Manila: Devcon I. P. Inc., 1985

Ma. Guerrero, Amadis. Traveler's Choice from North to South. 1st ed. Pasig, Metro Manila: Anvil Publishing Inc. 1993

Ma. Guerrero, Amadis. A Journey Through the Enchanted Isles. Pasig, Metro Manila: Anvil Publishing Inc. 1995

Summit Programme andAbstracts on Philippine Mountains Summits, a national policy forum on Philippine mountain environments organized by Makiling Center for Mountain Ecosystems. November 2000

PALMC Officers and Trustees 1992-1993. The Philippines Airlines Mountaineering Club Handbook. 1993

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