Sun Kosi: river of gold

Australia, 1981

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Documents the progress of the 1981 Australian Himalayan Kayak Expedition down the 340 kilometre Sun Kosi River of Nepal. The first attempt to paddle the river, the trip combined danger and discovery as the men tackled the treacherous elements in a land untouched by the pressures of the Western world. Suitable for lower and middle secondary level.

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Nomad Films International


Douglas Stanley



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