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Vertebrate Publishing

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  • Adventures in Mindby Heather Dawe; Al Powell

    Vertebrate Publishing 2013; US$ 14.57

    The last descent and I can't let myself think it's in the bag. Anything could happen, take it easy, take no risks. Just get to the finish and win. 'The challenge and anticipation that pushes me to try harder. The obsessive urge to achieve. It's not all about winning. Why do I do it?' Growing up in Bristol, Heather Dawe was 17 when she started running.... more...

  • Adventures in the Northlandsby Tony Howard

    Vertebrate Publishing 2012; US$ 1.99

    Lightning hit the cliff high above us, sending a dumper-load of rocks thrumming like jagged cannonballs out of the clouds to explode around us. Bill took a direct hit on his helmet, which was smashed. He hung limply and silently on the rope. His face, which was streaming with blood from a gash in his head, was a ghastly shade of white. For a horrible... more...

  • After the Crashby David Pickford; Jim Perrin

    Vertebrate Publishing 2015; US$ 14.57

    David Pickford's After the Crash and other stories is a collection of nine short stories that will take you from The Door to the River to the wildest reaches of the Sahara in The Jahannam's Lair; on board Twenty Red Twenty, the first manned mission to Mars, and into the labyrinth of Cain and Abel's psycho-drama in The End of the Past. Five of the stories... more...

  • Alps Mountain Bikingby Steve Mallett

    Vertebrate Publishing 2015; US$ 29.09

    Alps Mountain Biking is a guide to the western Alps. It reveals epic rocky descents, high-altitude blasts and hidden Alpine singletrack, all set against a backdrop of snowy peaks, pine forests and clear blue skies. This is some of the greatest singletrack, enduro and downhill riding the mountains have to offer. Featuring the Alpine hot spots alongside... more...

  • The Ascent of Nanda Deviby H W Tilman; Stephen Venables; Jim Perrin; Hugh Ruttledge

    Vertebrate Publishing 2014; US$ 5.82

    ‘I believe we so far forgot ourselves as to shake hands on it.? – H. W. Tilman, on reaching the summit of Nanda Devi. In 1934, after fifty years of trying, mountaineers finally gained access to the Nanda Devi Sanctuary. Two years later an expedition led by H. W. Tilman reached the summit. It was the highest mountain to be climbed until 1950. The Ascent... more...

  • Ascent of Nanda Deviby H.W. Tilman; John Porter

    Vertebrate Publishing 2015; US$ 17.50

    ?I believe we so far forgot ourselves as to shake hands on it.? - H. W. Tilman, on reaching the summit of Nanda Devi. In 1934, after fifty years of trying, mountaineers finally gained access to the Nanda Devi Sanctuary in the Garhwal Himalaya. Two years later an expedition led by H.W. Tilman reached the summit of Nanda Devi. At over 25,000 feet, it... more...

  • Battalionby Alastair Borthwick

    Vertebrate Publishing 2014; US$ 8.74

    Alastair Borthwick?s Battalion is the widely acclaimed story of a British Army infantry unit in the Second World War. Written in Germany just after VE Day, Battalion captures the immediate memories of troops at war. It gives the soldier?s view of events, avoiding moralising or sensationalism, and making full use of first-hand accounts of battles.... more...

  • Bells & Bikesby Rod Ismay

    Vertebrate Publishing 2015; US$ 18.94

    Rod Ismay has a passion (some would say obsession) for the Tour de France. If you think you know someone who is obsessed, think again, but fortunately Rod?s issues found their natural home when his native Yorkshire became the host for the 2014 Grand Départ. Rod also has another passion - as well as cycling he is quite keen on bell-ringing, so why not... more...

  • Camp Sixby Frank Smythe

    Vertebrate Publishing 2013; US$ 4.99

    Frank Smythe's Camp Six is one of the greatest Everest accounts ever written. It is the story of the 1933 Everest Expedition, in which Smythe, climbing alone after his partner Eric Shipton had turned back ill, reached a point perhaps higher than any man had done before " and some twenty years before the eventual first ascent. Rope-less, oxygen free... more...

  • The Climbing Chroniclesby Harry Parker; John Parker

    Vertebrate Publishing 2014; US$ 7.28

    The Climbing Chronicles record the 1940s climbing exploits of Harry Parker. Born in Blackburn on 29 February 1916, Harry started climbing before the war and continued to do so after its conclusion, exploring the Peak District, Wales, the Lake District and Scotland. Each night he noted down his adventures in his ‘chronicles?, recording the routes he... more...