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Mountaineering: the freedom of the hills

by Graydon, Don (ed)

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Swan Hill Press, 5th edition1996. 9781853107566. Corners bumped, some pages creased - a VG large paperback. 447 pages. B/w illustrations. From the blurb: "For over thirty years and through four editions, Mountaineering: the freedom of the hills has been the 'bible' of the climbing world. An essential teaching tool and resource for the novice to advanced mountaineers, it is the standard text for climbing courses throughout the US and abroad". The 5th edition has expanded chapters on the latest developments, new sections on rock climbing, a new chapter on winter and expedition climbing and new illustrations. A must-have book for the climber.




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