rsmiller wrote:I know they are hard to find but I thought I would ask anyway. Does anyone have one? Or know of any new sources from previous expeditions?
According to Mesili:
There are no maps on the Apolobamba in Bolivia. There is a sketch map, by W.H. Melbourne, 1959. Also there is the map by the British Royal Geographic Society of 1911, Royal Geographical Society, border survey 1918 – Percy Harrison Fawcett map 1919 - DAV maps 1957.- AAJ 1960 - Sangaku 1962 – CAI, Italy, 1982, 367 – Southampton University, 1992 – Loughborough Students Andes Expedition 1989 – Yorkshire Ramblers Club Expedition Report 1988 - Paul Hudson 1993. La Rinconada 1:100.000 (Lima - Perú)
Akamani, sheet 5748- I. Scale 1: 50.000. However, this map has many errors. IGM: Pelechuco Series H632 Sheet: 3041, 1997"
Fair bit of confusion over what has been done where. Mesili's website has some info (and a basic map) as does his guidebook.
Also, you could peruse the AAJ's online for references as well. For comprehensive info, you'd probaly have to peruse back issues of High, the alpine journal, etc etc.
-Brian in SLC