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  • No Place to Fallby Victor Saunders

    Vertebrate Publishing 2013; US$ 7.28

    No Place to Fall is Victor Saunder?s follow up to his Boardman Tasker Prize winning debut book Elusive Summits. Covering three expeditions to familiar and unfamiliar ranges in Nepal, the Karakoram and the Kumaon, each shares the exhilaration of attempting new alpine-style routes on terrifyingly committing mountains. In 1989 Victor Saunders and Steve... more...

  • The K2 Man (and His Molluscs)by Catherine Moorehead; Rob Burns

    Neil Wilson Publishing 2013; US$ 14.57

    Probably the greatest mountaineer of his day,' claimed Kenneth Mason in his definitive mountaineering history, Abode of Snow. Haversham Godwin-Austen (1834-1923), from an ancient and interesting Surrey aristocratic family with royal connections, not only found the first way to the 'savage mountain', K2, but went on to be the first serious explorer... more...

  • Three Days in Nepalby JeanDavid Blanc

    HarperCollins Canada 2014; US$ 15.99

    As a child, JeanDavid Blanc always dreamt of flying. A successful entrepreneur, he took up powered paragliding as soon as he had the means; at the drop of a hat, he would head off to experience the unique sensation of floating over the most remote and breathtaking scenery in the world. In January 2011, he left Paris for Nepal for an expedition across... more...

  • Three Days in Nepalby JeanDavid Blanc

    HarperCollins Canada 2014; Not Available

    As a child, JeanDavid Blanc always dreamt of flying. A successful entrepreneur, he took up powered paragliding as soon as he had the means; at the drop of a hat, he would head off to experience the unique sensation of floating over the most remote and breathtaking scenery in the world. In January 2011, he left Paris for Nepal for an expedition across... more...

  • Hey Kids! Out the Door, Let's Explore!by Rhoda Redleaf

    Redleaf Press 2009; US$ 24.95

    Influenced by the Reggio approach to expose children to their community through inexpensive walking trips. more...

  • Of Big Hills and Wee Menby Peter Kemp

    Luath Press Ltd 2013; US$ 11.65

    Before us in the bright spring sunshine lay the entire Clyde valley, dominated by the vast sprawling mass of Glasgow, the dear green place. There was a time no too long ago when the old heavy industries would have made this view much less clear. But today we could see the Cowal Hills and Greenock in the west to the Pentlands in the East.' From the... more...

  • Glarnerlandby Toni Kaiser; Jochen Ihle

    Rothus Verlag 2013; US$ 10.99

    «Was sind die Wege im Glarnerland steil!» Nicht ich bin es, der das gesagt hat. Sondern Maya Kobi, die Leiterin des Tourismusbüros von Elm und Geo-Guide des Geoparks Sardona. Gerade war sie aus ihren Wanderferien im Wallis zurückgekehrt. Nun stiegen wir zusammen dem Segnespass – und dem berühmten Martinsloch – entgegen, damit ich kurz vor dem ersten... more...

  • Davos Rätikon Montafonby Toni Kaiser; Jochen Ihle; Peter-Lukas Meier

    Rothus Verlag 2013; US$ 10.99

    Im Land der Zauberberge «Das Steigen freute Hans Castorp, seine Brust weitete sich, er schob mit der Stockkrücke den Hut aus der Stirn, und als er, aus einiger Höhe zurückblickend, in der Ferne den Spiegel des Sees gewahrte, an dem er auf der Herreise vorübergekommen war, begann er zu singen.» Für Thomas Manns Roman «Der Zauberberg» ist Davos die Kulisse,... more...

  • Kulturwandern Schweizby Toni Kaiser; Jochen Ihle; Peter-Lukas Meier

    Rothus Verlag 2013; US$ 10.99

    Wanderziel Kultur Die Schweiz ist reich. An Naturschönheiten und Kulturgütern. Kulturwanderungen erschliessen Landschaften und kulturelle Schätze gleichermassen. Schon Robert Walser schrieb: «Eine Zeitlang ging ich längs eines Flusses, dann ging es in ein Gebirge hinein. Berge mit Schlossruinen auf den hohen Rücken traten mir entgegen. Fröhlich wechselten... more...

  • Maggiatalby Toni Kaiser; Jochen Ihle; Peter-Lukas Meier

    Rothus Verlag 2013; US$ 10.99

    Es ist eine steile und steinige Welt, die Täler des «Alta Vallemaggia». Doch wer die erste Steilstufe der Valle Bavona, Antabia, Calnègia, Campo und wie sie alle heissen auf oft spektakulären Treppenwegen hinter sich gebracht hat, findet sich unvermittelt in einer anderen Welt wieder. Hier, wo früher die Talbewohner in ihrem erbarmungslosen Überlebenskampf... more...