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- Summersdale 2010; US$ 9.99
From the Great Glen Way to the Coast to Coast Path, there is no better way to discover the spectacular diversity of northern Britain's landscape than on foot. Whether you enjoy exploring green and gently rolling dales or tackling rugged mountain paths, there are walks here to keep you rambling all year round. An indefatigable walker, David Bathurst... more...
- Wilderness Press 2012; US$ 14.95
The Pacific Crest Trail was designated as one of the first National Scenic Trails way back in 1968. As it traverses the ?high road? from Mexico to Canada, incredible views are not only commonplace but also uniquely diverse, because the trail connects six of North America?s seven eco-zones. The PCT?s familiar, well-worn path is a special place for... more...
- Wilderness Press 2012; US$ 13.95
This is the only comprehensive guide dedicated to this one classic trail. All alternate routes are also described (unlike the more general mentions in books that include other trails as well). Hikers will learn about all the best hidden side trips, discover great planning tips, find out how best to snag one of the coveted permits, and have complete... more...
- Summersdale 2007; US$ 13.99
Discover the landscapes of Great Britain from green dales to majestic mountains with this walking guide From the South Downs Way to Offa?s Dyke, from the Thames Path to the Norfolk Coast Path, from Pembrokeshire to the West Highlands, there are big walks here to keep you rambling all year round. The appreciation of the beauty and history of... more...
- Sandstone Press Ltd 2012; US$ 13.11
For over thirty years John Allen was an active member of the Cairngorm Mountain Rescue Team and for most of them acted as Team Leader. In ?Cairngorm John? (his call sign when in contact with search and rescue helicopters) he recalls the challenges of mountain rescue and the many changes he has both witnessed and been a party to. His book is filled... more...
- Canongate Books 2013; US$ 12.49
In his own words Dougal Haston covers the years from his childhood in Scotland, where his love of climbing was first sparked, through to his development into perhaps the most formidable climber of his generation; his reputation was forged by his successful ascents of familiar peaks by unfamiliar routes (of which the most famous was the Eiger Direct). Infused... more...
- Ecademy Press Ltd 2011; US$ 14.99
In 1999 British mountaineer Nigel Vardy lost all his toes, fingertips and suffered severe heel damage trapped overnight in a savage, life-threatening storm below the summit of Mt. McKinley, North America's highest mountain. This is an inspiring, highly-readable personal account of how he went on to climb the highest mountains on the world's... more...
- Menasha Ridge Press 2013; US$ 7.95
Drawn from one of the best-selling titles in the 60 Hikes Within 60 Miles series, this compact guide can be tucked easily into a bag, backpack or back pocket. Almost 150,000 residents took part in Phoenix's Park system last year ? here are 20 more outdoor escapes for family fun and light exercise. New trails have been established and old trails... more...
- Knopf Doubleday Publishing Group 1998; US$ 15.00
When Jon Krakauer reached the summit of Mt. Everest in the early afternoon of May 10,1996, he hadn't slept in fifty-seven hours and was reeling from the brain-altering effects of oxygen depletion. As he turned to begin the perilous descent from 29,028 feet (roughly the cruising altitude of an Airbus jetliner), twenty other climbers were still pushing... more...