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Jerry Moffatt - Revelations
Moffatt and Grimes have done climbing history a service in setting down the story of UK climbing in the “dole era” of the 1980s — a story that was quickly becoming forgotten. </ br> GRAND PRIZE WINNER - BANFF MOUNTAIN BOOK FESTIVAL 2009

Beyond the Mountain
Steve House lets nothing get in the way of his mountaineering, and he deserves his position as one of the foremost extreme alpinists in the world. Readers of `Beyond The Mountain' will be awestruck by his commentaries on daring and difficult exploits with routes up demanding mountains in various parts of the globe.

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.

9 out 10 climbers...
Navigation through the maze of advice for the self-coached climber. 9 out of 10 climbers are stuck. They are stuck on the same things. Some of the things that hold climbers back from improving their climbing standard are the same as they were 20 years ago: motivation, managing time, and not being able to analyse and correct their own basic technical or tactical errors. But they are also stuck for a new set of reasons.

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.”

Mountains of North America
"The author is eminently qualified to produce such a volume and well known for his breadth of knowledge of the area. He surveys thirty five areas and peaks and uses photographs by fifty nine of North America's best known mountain photographers."

50 Years of Alpinism
“Riccardo Cassin has written a masterpiece of an autobiography—possibly the most important mountaineering book to be published in the last twenty-five years!"

Nanda Devi: The Tragic Expedition
"This is a book that tells the story of a harrowing and complex series of events that occurred on Nanda Devi in 1976; an expedition conceived by a father and his daughter, whose name was given in honour of the mountain: Nanda Devi Unsoeld"

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."

Women Climbing: 200 Years of Achievement
"Bill Birkett and Bill Peascod took on a difficult task when they decided to write a history of women climbing, knowing that they might get criticism from all sides."

Dougal Haston: The Philosophy of Risk
"Laconic Scottish hardman Dougal Haston rose from humble beginnings as a baker's son to become one of the "beautiful people" of fashionable 1970s Leysin, Switzerland."

Master of Rock: The Biography of John Gill
"The idea of someone who can climb levels harder than anyone else, which is what I had always heard about Gill, is completely intriguing. So when Master of Rock came out I was delighted and couldn't wait to read it (...)"

Climbing Free: My Life in the Vertical World
"My intent has been to describe the experiences that have most shaped my life and love for climbing - writes Lynn Hill as she introduces her autobiography. In 13 chapters this is what Lynn Hill has succeeded in doing."

Feeding the Rat
“Mo Anthoine is probably one of the most well-known British climbers to the climbing fraternity and yet a complete unknown to the general public, and this is just how he likes it."

Everest: Expedition to the Ultimate
"The 1978 Austrian expedition (…) wanted to achieve the first Austrian ascent and at the same time (if possible) achieve the first ascent without the use of breathing apparatus. They succeeded in both objectives."

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