Jim Perrin

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The Villain

by Jim Perrin

Don Whillans has an iconic significance for generations of climbers. His epoch-making first ascent of Annapurna's South Face, achieved with Dougal Haston in 1970, remains one of the most impressive climbs ever...


Shipton and Tilman

by Jim Perrin

Using unpublished diaries, Jim Perrin, the acclaimed author of The Villain and Menlove, tells the story of the greatest exploring partnership in British history. In the 1930s Tilman and the younger Shipton pioneered...


Nanda Devi

by Eric Shipton, Jim Perrin, Stephen Venables & Hugh Ruttledge

'When a man is conscious of the urge to explore, not all the arduous journeyings, the troubles that will beset him and the lack of material gains from his investigations will stop him.' Nanda Devi is one of...


Blank on the Map

by Eric Shipton, T.G. Longstaff, Jim Perrin & Hugh Ruttledge

'As I studied the maps, one thing about them captured my imagination … Across this blank space was written one challenging word, "Unexplored"' In 1937 two of the twentieth century's greatest explorers set...


Travels with the Flea

by Jim Perrin

Travel writer Jim Perrin is a regular contributor to "The Great Outdoors", "Climber" and "The Daily Telegraph". This volume collects the best of his recent work and covers venues as far apart as Garhwal and...


Climbing Essays

by Jim Perrin

Long recognised as one of Britain's finest mountain writers, this collection brings together the best of Jim Perrin's essays and articles on climbing.

Perrin has selected these from four decades of describing...


The Ascent of Nanda Devi

by H W Tilman, Stephen Venables, Jim Perrin & Hugh Ruttledge

‘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...


Snow on the Equator

by H.W. Tilman & Jim Perrin

‘To those who went to the War straight from school and survived it, the problem of what to do afterwards was particularly difficult.’ For H.W. Tilman, the solution lay in Africa – gold prospecting, mountaineering...