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Ron Fawcett - Rock Athlete
Beyond the Mountain
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Rock’n Road
"Neither a climbing guide nor an atlas, this book is a gazetteer of all the climbing areas in the US, Canada and Mexico. Organized by state or province, it tells you how to get to every area and what you’ll find, in terms of quantity, quality and variety, once you’re there..."

Rocks Around the World
"The true hero of this book is not the lantern-jawed Glowacz with his long locks and gymnast's physique in colorful tights, it is the rock — its sculpture, its fantastical textures, its place in the landscape — observed by a genius eye. At his best Wiesmeier communicates a richness of vision and fine detail akin to a canvas by a grand master."

Ron Fawcett - Rock Athlete
Ron Fawcett is a natural-born climber. In 1969, while still at school in his native Yorkshire, he tied into a climbing rope for the first time and was instantly hooked. From that moment on, it seemed nothing else in his life mattered nearly as much as his next vertical fix.

Savage Arena
Savage Arena is more than a posthumous companion reader to Boardman's two books (The Shining Mountain and Sacred Summits); it is the final work of a trilogy in which each man mirrored the growth of the other and came of age in big-time British mountaineering.”

Second Ascent: The Story of Hugh Herr
"Prepare to be alternately inspired, horrified, and—ultimately—impressed by Second Ascent. (...) the story of Hugh Herr is a memorable read on par with the best biographical literature written."

Sherman Exposed:
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Climbing Stories

"Here we have John Sherman's collected articles—30 of them, almost all written during the 1990s and most having first appeared in Climbing magazine..."

Spirit of the Age
"Once upon a time a new generation of climbers saw that it had stumbled into the Paradise. On every side there were boulders, crags, spires, domes and walls, mostly untouched. There was even the World's best cliff, a solid square mile of rock and closer to the road than Dinas Cromlech. The sun hardly ever stopped shining. This was in California in the '50s..."

Stone Crusade
"What is the great American contribution to the sport of climbing? Not big walls, not drooped picks, not even Friends, The answer is bouldering..."

The Ascent
"It is quite simply the best mountaineering novel we have ever read. It is a deceptive book, written as a thriller and marketed as an airport novel. The plot is so gripping that it carries the reader through the subtle mysteries of the relationships, symbolism and political manoeuvrings at a first reading."

The Burgess Book of Lies
“Telling stories to friends around campfires, in bars or in a crowded basecamp tent has never been difficult for either of us. We revel in the act of entertainment. ... We especially thank those who held regular jobs so that civilization, as we know it, didn't fall apart while we went climbing.(...)"

The Challenge
"(…) it's an excellent adventure story, which even granny would enjoy. It has excitement, danger, sex, and a hero who tears himself away from his wife and home in order to try something new on a big mountain."

The Endless Knot
"This is not so much a mountaineering book as a love story. A story of the love between a man and a woman and their passion for mountains. A soliloquy rather than a narrative, a story of death and disaster with few heroes."

The Games Climbers Play
“This is no ordinary mountaineering anthology. Never has quite such a diversity of hard-driving narrative and strident argument been packed between one pair of covers for its first hardback outing..."

The Great Days
"The Great Days is an account, a running history, not an insightful reflection, into the experience of climbing. (…) It's not a great book, but we read on because it is an entirely convincing chronicle of one man's love, strength and courage..."

The High Mountains
of the Alps

"The real value of the book lies in the inspiration it will give to anyone with even a passing interest in the European Alps. For those of us who have been going there for years, the book will stir memories and provide inspiration for future plans; for the mountaineer who has not yet visited the Alps this is a wonderful introduction to the place where it all began.”

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