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Climbing Mt. Whitney

by Peter Croft, Wynne Benti & Glen Dawson

People travel from all over the world to stand on the summit of Mt. Whitney the highest point in the contiguous United States. Miles of rugged granitic terrain, blue-green lakes, and impressive ridges are just...

One More Step

by Bonner Paddock & Neal Bascomb

In this exhilarating and inspirational memoir, the first man with cerebral palsy to climb Mount Kilimanjaro and complete the brutal Ironman competition shares the exhilarating adventure that led to his achievements—redefining...

In the Shadow of Mount McKinley

by William N. Beach

These tales and descriptions of the Mt. McKinley area of Alaska were written by one of the world's most famous big game hunters.

The Mountain

by Ed Viesturs & David Roberts

In national bestseller The Mountain, world-renowned climber and bestselling author Ed Viesturs and cowriter David Roberts paint a vivid portrait of obsession, dedication, and human achievement in a true love...

True Summit: What Really Happened on the Legendary Ascent on Annapurna

by David Roberts

In a startling look at the classic Annapurna -- the most famous book about mountaineering -- David Roberts discloses what really happened on the legendary expedition to the Himalayan peak.

In June 1950, a team...

Bradford Washburn, An Extraordinary Life: The Autobiography of a Mountaineering Icon

by Bradford Washburn & Lew Freedman

Here at last is the thrilling memoir of the legendary mountaineer Bradford Washburn, one of the last surviving explorers and adventurers of the twentieth century. Drawing from decades of memories, journals,...

Peak Performance: The First Welsh Woman to Climb Everest

by Tori James

The youngest British woman and first Welsh woman to climb Everest

To the Last Breath

by Francis Slakey

A journey to the most extreme points on Earth and deep inside the human spirit

Before Georgetown physics professor Francis Slakey decided to climb the highest mountain on every continent and surf every ocean,...

52 positive thoughts To Become An Elite Athlete

by Alain Ruiz & Agnès Ruiz

Citius, Altius, Fortius , in other words, "Faster, Higher, Stronger" Positive thoughts are essential to succeed in high-level sport. This guide is there to help you on a daily basis to surpass you, to give...

Mountaineering in Scotland

by W.H. Murray

In Mountaineering in Scotland, climber and mountaineer W.H. Murray vividly describes some of the most sought-after and classic British climbs on rock and ice, including the Cuillin Ridge on Skye and Ben Nevis....

The Alps

by Arnold Henry Moore Lunn

Rousseau is usually credited with the discovery that mountains are not intrinsically hideous. Long before his day, isolated men had loved the mountains, but these men were eccentrics. They founded no school;...

Climb to the Lost World

by Hamish MacInnes

Over 9,000 feet up on the top of Mount Roraima is a twenty-five mile square plateau, at the point where Guyana’s border meets Venezuela and Brazil. In 1973, Scottish mountaineering legend Hamish MacInnes alongside...

Deadly Peaks

by Robert Hauptman & Frederic V. Hartemann

Deadly Peaks is a collection of the most notable mountaineering disasters and near-disasters in history. Exhaustively researched by two of the most respected authorities on mountaineering history, the book is...

Best Climbs Santa Barbara and Ventura

by Damon Corso

Best Climbs Santa Barbara and Ventura narrows down the thousands of climbing routes across the Santa Barbara and Ventura counties to the absolute best 300 routes. These are the routes that display the hidden...

Knots for Climbers

by Craig Luebben & Clyde Soles

Teaches the reader the Twelve Essential Climbing Knots, and then presents eighteen others for various special situations. Color illustrations make learning these knots a cinch.

Rock Climbing New England

by Stewart M. Green

New England is one of the country's most spectacular rock climbing arenas. The 66,608-square-mile region is studded with intimate crags, sweeping walls, compact sea cliffs, towering ledges, and spectacular overhangs....

Backpacker Magazine's Peak Bagging

by Brendan Leonard

A how-to book for climbers with information on scrambling skills, gear, alpine hazards, and acclimation, published under the imprimatur of "Backpacker" magazine.

Best Climbs Grand Teton National Park

by Richard Rossiter

Best Climbs Grand Teton National Park gives climbers a selection of the very best routes on the peaks and crags of one of the world's premier mountain ranges. Full color photographs along with a contemporary...

Rock Climbing Smith Rock State Park

by Alan Watts

The comprehensive guide to the place that brought sport climbing to North America

a full-color, thoroughly updated new edition

Smith Rock State Park. It was on the impressive crags of this Oregon hideaway that...

Rock Climbing Minnesota and Wisconsin

by Mike Farris

Descriptions and maps to all the major climbing areas in Minnesota and Wisconsin. Two hundred new routes and two new climbing areas have been added for a total of nearly 1,000 routes at 13 areas.