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    • Harper Collins

      Birds

      Cotswold Outdoor UK

      <p>This is the perfect pocket guide for keen birdwatchers and nature enthusiasts to identify the most commonly seen species in Britain and Europe. Authoritative text and beautiful photographs show the distinguishing features of each bird, including notes on appearance, colour and distinctive features, and information on juveniles, range and habitat, nests, call and breeding sites. In addition, an extensive introduction covers general information on plumage, habitats and migration, and gives first-time birdwatchers advice on what equipment to buy and where to go to spot the most desirable species. This 2004 edition builds on the strengths of the unrivalled original, covering over 200 species of bird found in Britain and Europe.</p>

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      £5.99

    • Rare Breed Prod

      Make or Break: Don't let Climbing Injuries Dictate your Success

      Cotswold Outdoor UK

      <p>As Wolfgang Gullich said, "getting strong is easy, getting strong without getting injured is hard". Sooner or later, nearly all climbers get injured and it will be injuries that ultimately dictate how far you get in climbing, if you let them. Unfortunately, the data shows it takes over a decade just to get small proportions of medical research adopted in regular practice. Sourcing reliable and up to date advice on preventing and treating finger, elbow, shoulder and other climbing injuries is challenging to say the least. You need to be the expert, because there are so many strands of knowledge and practice to pull together to stay healthy as a climber, and no single source of advice to cover all of these. This book draws together both the cutting edge of peer reviewed sports medicine research, and the subtle concepts of changing your climbing habits and routine to prevent and successfully recover from injuries. It is a handbook on how to take care of yourself as a lifelong climbing athlete. By spanning the fields of climbing coaching, physiotherapy, sports medicine and behavioural science, it goes beyond the general advice on treating symptoms offered by sports medicine textbooks and into much more detail on technique and habits specific to climbing than the existing climbing literature base. You will learn how your current climbing habits are already causing your future injuries and what you can do to change that. If you are already injured, it will prevent you from prolonging your injury with the wrong climbing habits and rehabilitation choices. You will learn how the ingredients of prevention and good recovery come from wildly different sources and how you have been using only a fraction of them. Fully referenced throughout, the practical advice for diagnosis, rehabilitation and prevention of climbing injuries is drawn from up to date peer reviewed sports medicine research.</p>

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      £29.00

    • John Wiley& Sons Ltd

      Camping For Dummies

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      <p>You love the great outdoors, but you're not always sure the great outdoors loves you. You can pitch a tent, start a campfire, build furniture by lashing tree branches together – in theory anyway! But while you may not have gotten your Girl Scout Gold Award, or your Eagle Scout with cluster, you can still enjoy a night out under the stars with those near and dear to you, or even work towards becoming a more serious outdoorsman, right? Sure as a bear lives in the woods, Camping for Dummies shows you how to get out there and enjoy the best Mother Nature has to offer. With the helpful advice this common sense guide provides, you'll be prepared when it comes to: Destination, Gear, Shelter, Clothing, Food, Weather and Safety. Written by journalist Michael Hodgson, veteran of Utah's Eco-Challenge and numerous other outdoor adventures, Camping for Dummies cuts out gear-head jargon and antiquated methods to give you, plain and simple, what you need to know to make the smart choices that lead to great adventures.</p>

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    • Lonely Planet

      Travel Journal

      Cotswold Outdoor UK

      <p>This is the must-have travel journal from Lonely Planet, the world's leading travel expert, packed with visual prompts to record special moments and curious observations from your trips, travel tips, quotes and ideas will fuel your love for exploring hidden corners of the globe. Includes a pocket at the back for ticket stubs, receipts, and miscellaneous memories plus a handy placeholder ribbon.</p>

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      £12.99

    • Trailguides Ltd

      A Trail Runner's Guide To North Wales

      Cotswold Outdoor UK

      <p>Trail running is one of the fastest developing areas of physical fitness and the countryside of North Wales is one of the most scenic parts of the UK in which to practice it. With a rugged coastline, lush countryside, deep sylvan forests and all set against the backdrop of the high mountains of Snowdonia, this part of Wales is a joy upon which to plant the trainer. In a series of fifteen runs, join the authors as they set foot to trail on some of the most exhilarating running routes within the UK. Beach, coast, field, forest and hill, to the runner who wants to get away from the mundane of pounding the tarmac these are some of the most stirring words in the English language. If you've never tried trail running then let this book guide you to some of the most memorable running experiences around. If you are a veteran of the trail running scene then, in the two writers, you've got expert guidance to routes that you simply must put foot to.To the runner, running may be a necessity but there are some runs you just owe it to yourself to experience.</p>

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    • Trailblazer

      Nepal Trekking and the Great Himalayan Trail

      Cotswold Outdoor UK

      <p>A route and planning guide from Trailblazer for anyone organising a trekking holiday in Nepal. It includes the most popular routes as well as the newest trekking areas plus the most extreme route of all, the 160-day Great Himalaya Trail.There are route guides to the following regions: Kanchenjunga, Makalu, Rolwaling, Solu-Khumbu (Everest Region), Helambu and Langtang, Ganesh and Manaslu, Annapurna, Naar and Phu, Mustang, Dolpo, the Far West.• Choosing a trek – independent tea-house trekking or guided treks arranged through trekking agencies• Choosing a guide and crew• When to go• Trekking grades and duration• Practical information – visas, permits, fees and equipment, planning your trip and getting to Nepal Nepal• Background – people, religions, festivals and etiquette• Kathmandu and Pokhara city guides – hotels, restaurants, what to see• Green hiking – responsible tourism and how to minimise your impact on a fragile region• Health and safety – how to stay healthy on your trek and avoid altitude sickness• Colour mapping – showing the main trekking routes in Nepal• More colour – extra colour sections plus colour introduction and colour mapping.</p>

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      £14.99

    • Rucksack Readers

      The Wicklow Way

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      <p>The Wicklow Way is Ireland's first and most popular Waymarked Way, running between Marlay Park (Dublin) and Clonegal, 82 miles (132 kilometres) to the south. It offers varied and scenic walking on the flanks of the rugged Wicklow mountains with loughs and waterfalls, passing historic buildings and hospitable villages. Much of the route lies over 1600 feet (500 metres) giving glorious views. Lower sections run through forests and farmland, over a mixture of tracks, roads and pathways rich in wildlife.</p>

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    • Aurum Press

      Feet in the Clouds: The Classic Tale of Fell-Running and Obsession

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      <p>The concept of fell running is simple: a long-distance race that includes running up and down several tall mountains. Though rarely making the sports pages, it is a mass-participation sport in areas like the Lake District and Snowdonia – indeed, race organisers turn competitors away so that fragile mountain uplands are not irrevocably damaged by thundering feet. Fixtures like the annual Ben Nevis and Snowdon races, or the Borrowdale and Wasdale fell runs in the Lakeland valleys (20-mile-plus marathons), have remained local events attended by the whole community – the runners back at work the next day shearing sheep. Now, Richard Askwith explores the world of fell-running in the only legitimate way: by donning his Ron Hill vest and studded shoes and spending a season running as many of the great fell races as he can, from Borrowdale to Ben Nevis: an arduous schedule that tests the very limits of one's stamina and courage. Along the way he also meets the greats of fell-running – like the remarkable Joss Naylor, who to celebrate his fiftieth birthday ran all 214 major Lakeland fells in a single week; Billy Bland, the combative Borrowdale man whose astounding records still stand for many of the top races; and Bill Teasdale, a hero of the sport's earlier, professional days, whom he tracks down to his tiny cottage in the northern Lakes. And ultimately Askwith's obsession drives him to attempt the ultimate challenge: the Bob Graham Round – a non-stop circuit of 42 of the Lake District's highest peaks to be completed within 24 hours.This is a portrait of one of the few sports to have remained utterly true to its roots – in which the point is not fame or fortune but to run the ancient, wild landscape, and to be a hero, if at all, within one's own valley.</p>

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    • Uk Mountain Training

      International Mountain Trekking: A Practical Manual for Trekkers and Leaders

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      <p>Written by the team that train International Mountain Leaders this is the definitive and comprehensive textbook on 'how to go trekking in mountains around the world'. It covers every aspect of trekking: planning, travelling, accommodation, in-country support, the environment, staying healthy, dealing with problems, altitude, navigation, weather and hazards such as rivers, rocky ground and snow. It is lavishly illustrated with inspiring photos from six continents. This book is a reference tool for every trekker, from novice to expert, as well as containing specific ideas for anyone wanting to help teach, lead or instruct others. It is the official handbook for the International Mountain Leader scheme and is endorsed by the British Mountaineering Council, Mountaineering Council of Scotland, Mountaineering Ireland and the British Association of International Mountain Leaders. There are further sections on GPS, snowshoeing, equipment lists, rope work, altitude sickness, water purification etc. It has a functional design with easy-reference colour-coded pages, striking illustrations that complement the text and inspiring photos that give a genuine flavour of what you are up against in the mountains. It is the fifth in the series of manuals from Mountain Training UK that includes the highly successful Hill Walking, Rock Climbing, Winter Skills and Navigation in the Mountains.</p>

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    • Cicerone

      The Severn Way: The UK's Longest River from Source to Sea

      Cotswold Outdoor UK

      <p>The 220 miles of the River Severn, the UK's longest river, run from the heights of Plynlimon in mid-Wales down to the Bristol Channel at Severn Beach, through the historic counties of Shropshire, Worcestershire and Gloucestershire.As well as a largely downhill walk through peaceful landscapes such as the superb Hafren Forest, easily accessible from the pretty towns along the route, the Severn Way, which follows its course, is also a packed with historical and geographical interest.Divided into four sections that correspond with the four main counties (Powys, Shropshire, Worcestershire and Gloucestershire) through which the River Severn flows, this guidebook offers all the information walkers need to make the most of their backpacking trip, from source to sea.Description of the official route, with an additional variant start over Plynlimon and route back to Bristol from Severn Beach. Illustrated with OS map extracts. Plenty of background information about all the places passed along the way.Seasons: May to September should avoid both the usual periods of flooding and the glutinous aftermath they bring.Centres: Main centres are Worcester and Gloucester; marginally lesser centres are Newtown, Welshpool, Shrewsbury, Bridgnorth, Stourport and Tewkesbury, plus numerous small villages and hamlets.Difficulty: Any regular walker would find no difficulty following the Severn Way; once descended from the Hafren Forest and the upper Severn, then easy riparian loveliness ensues all the way to Severn Beach. Equipment and clothing for day walking is adequate, plus extra in the way of liquid and food.Must See: Flowing through the most superb landscapes and past appealing towns and villages, the River Severn pulls together threads of history, trade, commerce, civil war and the lives of ordinary folk. That walkers should want to trace its course, its many twists and turns, is hardly surprising, not least because this is the longest</p>

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    • Ebury Press

      Touching My Father's Soul: In the Footsteps of Tenzing Norgay

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      <p>A book of adventure, wisdom and spiritual enlightenment. Touching My Father's Soul recounts Tenzing's son, Jamling Norgay's treacherous climb to the world's most forbidding summit. As retold in Krakauer's Into This Air, the 1996 IMAX climbing expedition collided with tragedy. As the climb unfolds so too does Norgay's inner journey. His desire to finally stand alongside his father's soul on the summit of Everest is realised, as is an understanding of his family's Sherpa history and a realisation of the power and significance of the Himalayas. Beautifully repackaged for the paperback edition, this is a classic.</p>

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      £9.99

    • Velo Press

      The Power Meter Handbook

      Cotswold Outdoor UK

      <p>Power meters measure a cyclist's strength, but this revolutionary training technology can benefit everyone, not just the most powerful riders. In The Power Meter Handbook, the most trusted coach in endurance sports offers a simple user's guide to help cyclists and triathletes master the fundamentals of training with power.Friel shows cyclists how to sift through noisy data to focus on just the most important measurements. Armed with the techniques they need to know, riders will master power training concepts, accurately interpret their data, and learn how to harness this revolutionary technology to earn big performance gains from their day-to-day training. In simple language, the most trusted coach in endurance sports makes understanding a power meter easy, no advanced degrees or tech savvy required. Cyclists and triathletes will master the basics to reveal how powerful they are. Focusing on their most important data, they'll discover hidden power, refine their pacing, and find out how many matches they can burn on any given day. Once they understand the fundamentals, Friel will show how to apply his proven training approach to gain big performance in road races, time trials, triathlons, and century rides.Power meters aren't just for the pros or racers anymore. The Power Meter Handbook makes it easy for any cyclist or triathlete to gain a deeper understanding of their performance and get ready for new challenges.Joe Friel is the best-selling author of The Cyclist's Training Bible, The Triathlete's Training Bible, Your Best Triathlon, and Your First Triathlon. His TrainingBible Coaching franchise is one of the most successful and respected in endurance sports. Joe has trained endurance athletes since 1980, including national champions, world championship contenders, and Olympic athletes in triathlon, duathlon, road cycling, and mountain biking.</p>

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      £13.00

    • Globe Pequot Press

      The Trad Climber's Bible

      Cotswold Outdoor UK

      <p>Traditional, or simply, trad climbing, is a do-it-yourself adventure requiring the climbing team to negotiate the climb and to carry, hand-place and remove most if not all components of the roped safety system.In The Trad Climber's Bible, two of the most revered and respected trad climbers in the world, John Long and Peter Croft, offer hard-won knowledge to aspiring trad climbers in a narrative format that is as informative as it is entertaining. With photos by iconic climbing photographer Greg Epperson and AMGA Certified Rock Instructor Bob Gaines, this full color book will appeal to climbers of all stripes.</p>

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      £18.95

    • Cicerone

      Walking the Julian Alps of Slovenia

      Cotswold Outdoor UK

      <p>This guidebook contains 60 walks which explore the best of the Julian Alps of Slovenia. The walks and treks in this guidebook are organised around five bases in the Julian Alps – Kranjska Gora, Bovec, Kobarid, Bled and Bohinj – all of which have a range of accommodation and public transport facilities.There is something here for everyone – from easy valley walks and rougher forest trails to high-mountain protected routes, some of which require Alpine mountaineering experience. Several possibilities for multi-day walks are included.The Julian Alps are situated in the small independent republic of Slovenia, at the south-eastern end of the Alpine chain. their highest peak, Triglav, at 2,864 metres, may be smaller than some of the better-known western giants, but what the mountains lack in stature they make up for in interest and accessibility. The dramatic limestone peaks drop steeply through forests to flower meadows, and will give you a feast for the eyes no matter which direction you turn.</p>

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      £17.95

    • Bloomsbury

      Pocket Mountain Bike Maintenance

      Cotswold Outdoor UK

      <p>Pocket Mountain Bike Maintenance provides mountain bike enthusiasts with step-by-step guidance to maintaining and repairing their bikes, combining an easy-to-use format and design with high quality photographs of the latest equipment.The book guides the reader through most common problem that may occur on a mountain bike and shows how to repair it. It also give tips on how to spot the early warning signs of trouble so that you can fix the problem before you need to get involved with costly replacements. It is the perfect reference manual to carry with you in a pannier or backpack..</p>

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      £9.99

    • Lonely Planet

      Best Ever Video Tips

      Cotswold Outdoor UK

      <p>From the world's leading travel guide publisher comes Lonely Planet's Best Ever Video Tips. Learn how to shoot and share better travel videos with 50 bite-sized, cleverly illustrated tips on assembling a kit, shooting techniques, editing and sharing. Designed for the novice and experienced videographer alike, this handy-sized guide will give you the skills to capture great moments on film with your smartphone, tablet or digital camera.</p>

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      £4.99

    • Upcountry Ltd

      The Lycian Way: Turkey's First long Distance Walking Route

      Cotswold Outdoor UK

      <p>The Lycian Way is Turkey's first and most popular long distance walking route. It has been extended by two days and now ends at the famous climbing walls at Geyikbayiri, 25 kilometres from Antalya. This edition of the book includes all route updates and is designed to be used with the new Lycian Way iPhone app.The book has detailed background historical and natural information, tells you how to plan your trip and has detailed guides to the sites on the route. A pull-out map is included with the book. The app has detailed mapping, notes on all places of interest, transport, places to eat and stay along the route, and guides you (often with one-metre accuracy) along the route.</p>

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      £17.99

    • The Mountaineers

      Mountain Travel and Rescue

      Cotswold Outdoor UK

      <p>The completely updated and expanded official rescue workbook of the National Ski Patrol is now available to other wilderness first responders and the general public, now published by The Mountaineers Books.As a leading authority of mountain safety since 1938, the not-for-profit organisation National Ski Patrol has dedicated itself to serving the public and the outdoor recreation industry by providing education and accreditation to emergency care and safety services providers. Their core mountain rescue educational workbook, Mountain Travel and Rescue (first published in 1995), was researched, written, and reviewed by volunteer members and experts from all over the country, and is designed to help ski patrollers train, rescue, and survive in mountain environments, at resorts, in the backcountry, and at any time of year. Mountain Travel and Rescue is a valuable piece of mountain rescue equipment. In addition to new illustrations, this edition offers significantly expanded lesson sections, a new backcountry medicine section, and more. Mountain Travel and Rescue: National Ski Patrol's Manual for Mountain Rescue is organised into four major sections: Survival, Travel, Backcountry Considerations, and Search and Rescue. It includes extensive appendixes, including medical equipment lists, a questionnaire, and a glossary and is a valuable tool for anyone who deals with search and rescue or is interested in mountain rescue basics.The National Ski Patrol still adheres to its founding creed of 'Service and Safety'. Headquartered in Lakewood, Colorado, this member-driven professional organisation is dedicated to providing education and accreditation to emergency care and safety service providers. Their members work on behalf of local ski and snowboard areas to improve the overall experience for outdoor recreationalists.</p>

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      £19.99

    • Lonely Planet

      East Coast Australia

      Cotswold Outdoor UK

      <p>Picture-perfect beaches, rainforests, hip cities and the Great Barrier Reef: just a few of our favourite things along Australia's East Coast.Lonely Planet will get you to the heart of East Coast Australia, with amazing travel experiences and the best planning advice:• Inspirational images, 3D illustrations, best planning advice and recommendations from our expert authors• Planning features and top itineraries to help you plan the perfect trip• Local secrets and hidden travel gems that will make your trip unique• Plus Sydney Harbour in 3D; Your Reef Trip; food and drink information; outdoor activitiesCoverage includes: Plan Your Trip, Sydney and the Central Coast, Byron Bay and Northern New South Wales, Canberra and Southern New South Wales, Melbourne and Coastal Victoria, Brisbane and Around, The Gold Coast, Noosa and the Sunshine Coast, Fraser Island and the Fraser Coast, Capricorn Coast and the Southern Reef Islands, Whitsunday Coast, Townsville to Mission Beach, Cairns and the Daintree Rainforest</p>

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      £15.99

    • Cicerone

      Walking and Trekking Iceland

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      <p>This walking and trekking guidebook offers a total of 49 day walks and ten multi-stage treks set right across the magnificent country of Iceland.With three national parks including the mighty Vatnajokull, it is a country of incredible beauty, and its capital, Reykjavik, is an established and easy-to-get-to destination. Including popular, such as the classic Laugavegur Trail from Landmannalaugar to Porsmork, as well as lesser-known trails, the guide is split into twelve sections that cover all the best walking and trekking to be had in and around Iceland's amazing and awe-inspiring volcanic, glacial landscapes.The routes range in difficulty from easy walks to challenging treks and give readers all the information they need to experience this wonderfully unique destination on foot. Venturing inland to the remote interior and captivating ice caps, and across glaciers, past lakes and around coastlines and geothermal areas, Paddy Dillon's guide to this 'Land of Ice and Fire' encourages visitors to explore all that Iceland has to offer, and will inspire lovers of the great outdoors to return time and time again. The guide gives lots of tips for travellers on a budget as well as details on public transport and accommodation.</p>

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      £17.95

    • Rockfax

      Northern Limestone

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      <p>Northern Limestone : Yorkshire, Cumbria, Lancashire from Rockfax covers the premier limestone sport crags of the UK with the big three of Malham, Kilnsey and Gordale and their world class climbing. Alongside these titans are numerous other destinations that offer both sport and trad climbing throughout the grades, ranging from the intimidating walls of Blue Scar and Trow Gill to the long lines of newly developed low to mid-grade sport crags such as Moughton Nab and Giggleswick South.Low to mid-grade trad climbing is also well catered for on the walls and escarpments at the likes of Trowbarrow Quarry, Twistleton Scar, Attermire Scar and Witches Quarry.Virtually all of the crags in the book are set in beautiful countryside and are close to fabulous pubs, villages, camping and bunkhouse accommodation.Twistleton Scars, Trow Gill, Robin Proctor's Scar, Crummackdale, Panorama Crag, Moughton Nab, Pot Scar, Giggleswick North, Giggleswick South, Langcliffe, Castleberg Crag, Attermire Scar, Malham Cove, Gordale, Stony Bank, Yew Cogar Scar, Blue Scar, Kilnsey, Dib Scar, Loup Scar, Troller's Gill, Scout Scar, Mill Side Scar, Chapel Head Scar, Humphrey Head, Trowbarrow Quarry, Witches' Quarry.</p>

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      £29.95

    • Collins Ramblers

      Short Walks in The Cotswolds

      Cotswold Outdoor UK

      <p>The beautiful Cotswolds, with its rolling hills and pretty little villages, is perfect walking country. Explore this region with these 20 walks, all of which are five miles or under in length and can easily be completed in less than three hours.This guide, produced in co-operation with the Ramblers and featuring Ordnance Survey mapping, is the perfect way to really appreciate the gentle beauty of the Cotswolds.</p>

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      £6.99

    • Carlton Books

      Everest

      Cotswold Outdoor UK

      <p>The possibility of climbing the world's highest mountain was first aired in 1885. Although Tibet and Nepal were initially forbidden to explorers, the challenge captured the imagination of the world's mountaineers. Over the next 68 years, obstacles were overcome to allow 12 full-scale expeditions to attempt the summit. Eleven ended in failure – until on 29 May 1953, the British team achieved the seemingly impossible. The magic of Everest remains undiminished. Since 1953, many expeditions have conquered the mighty peak, but it remains one of the world's supreme challenges: its very name synonymous with the biggest, the best and the most dangerous. Packed with stunning photography and informative text, Everest will chronicle the story of the mountain and those who attempted – some successfully, others with fatal consequences – the ultimate test of bravery.</p>

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      £16.99

    • Canongate Books

      Dougal Haston: The Philosophy of Risk

      Cotswold Outdoor UK

      <p>Prehaps the most colourful character in British mountaineering, and a man who commanded international respect, Dougal Haston was one of the world's first mountaineers and a man with a rock-star-like reputation for heavy drinking, brawling and womanizing. Dougal led the first ascent of the Eiger Direct, featured in the BBC's Old Man of Hoy and performed startling feats on Everest and other great mountains. Jeff Connor had full access to Dougal's private journals and reveals his developing ideas on philosophy – as well as his true thoughts on his peers – bringing to life one of the sport's most enduring figures.</p>

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    • Golden Arrow Books

      Fiva: An Adventure That Went Wrong

      Cotswold Outdoor UK

      <p>Winner of the Banff Festival Prize for Best Mountain and Wildernesss Literature 2012 and shortlisted for the Boardman Tasker Award 2012. Fiva: An Adventure That Went Wrong is the epic true account from Gordon Stainforth of a near-death experience on a mountain in Norway in 1969.In the summer of 1969, as Apollo 11 was blasting off to the moon, two teenage twin brothers, with only three years' mountaineering experience, set off to climb one of the highest rock faces in Europe. With just two bars of chocolate, some sandwiches, a four-sentence route description and an old sketch map, they left their tent early one morning with the full expectation of being back in time for tea. Within a few hours things had gone badly wrong, they were looking death in the face, and the English Home Counties seemed very far away..."What a brilliant and refreshing read! Once started you just can't put it down." – Sir Chris Bonington CBE."Absolutely superb and totally gripping from the first few pages until the end. What an adventure! I think it's a future classic." – Richard Else, TV Producer."This magnificent book, enjoyed enormously during wet leaf delays at Clapham, was a breath of civilised fresh air. I love the period detail, the humour, the visceral sense of wild landscape and the nail-biting denouement." – Stephen Venables, mountaineer and author."It's tremendous; and also a very accessible read for a non-climber. The pace is excellent – no slack in the rope! It made me laugh. It's a cracking story." – Hilary McKay, winner of The Whitbread Prize.</p>

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      £9.95

    • Cordee

      Climbs, Scrambles and Walks in Romsdal

      Cotswold Outdoor UK

      <p>Originally published in 1970 this classic text has been fully revised with additional walking routes and up to date information on travel to and in Norway. Over 300 climbs, scrambles and walks in Norway's spectacular Romsdal mountains. Includes all the original classic routes of one of Norway's most popular and dramatic mountain areas. Information on accommodation, equipment, weather and maps. Climbs of all grades and lengths, advice on best bouldering, winter ice-climbing and skiing.</p>

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      £18.95£7.58

    • Cicerone

      Great Mountain Days in Snowdonia

      Cotswold Outdoor UK

      <p>A guide to 40 great mountain day walks and scrambles in Snowdonia, Wales, UK by Terry Marsh. Inspirational new routes for all abilities across the National Park in Snowdon and Moel Eilio, the Glyderau, the Carneddau, Eifionydd, Siabod and the Moelwynion, Rhinogydd (the Harlech Dome), Migneint and the Arans and Cadair Idris and the Tarrens.</p>

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      £18.95

    • Smc - Guidebooks

      Cordee Ben Nevis Rock & Ice Climbs

      Cotswold Outdoor UK

      <p>Authored by Simon Richardson, this comprehensive guidebook covers a wide area from Ben Nevis and Aonach Mor to Creag Meagaidh and the Central Highlands. Since the previous edition more than 250 new routes have been added, including 90 winter routes on BenNevis.</p>

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      £22.00

    • Cicerone

      Pocket First Aid and Wilderness Medicine

      Cotswold Outdoor UK

      <p>This longstanding and highly acclaimed book, now in its 11th edition, should be required reading for anyone venturing into remote areas.Wilderness travel involves a degree of risk. Minimizing these risks, while feeling confident in your ability to deal with any potential injury or illness, is part of the challenge and satisfaction.Pocket First Aid and Wilderness Medicine provides the basic information on a multitude of medical problems but is still small enough to take with you whenever you need it.Part 1: The Fundamentals covers preparation, prevention, general care for the sick and injured, the use of medications and pain managementPart 2: Accident and Illness Protocol explains the procedure to follow in any accident and illness situation, including how to deal with life-threatening situations and making a diagnosisPart 3: Problems and Their Tratment covers specific accidents and illnessesThe appendices include a medication chart, suggested first aid kits for different circumstances, how to use the Lake Louise Score, an altitude illness flowchart, sample rescue request forms and a directory of useful contacts and information sources.</p>

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      £11.95

    • Velo Press

      Inside the Box

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      <p>From humble roots in the garage of fitness guru Greg Glassman to over 3,000 rough-and-tumble gym spaces today, CrossFit is a gritty, grassroots fitness phenomenon, with an open-source exercise platform, dedicated to improving lives by improving fitness. Its fervent practitioners, known as CrossFitters, are as competitive as they are sweaty, striving for the pride of marking their time atop the list of the day's top performers.CrossFit's "boxes" are brick-walled industrial warehouses, gyms, and garages floored with rubber mats and chock full of kettlebells, free weights, ropes, medicine balls, truck tyres, jump ropes, and bags of chalk. CrossFitters race to complete the day's prescribed workout, many named after fallen war heroes, with exercises that include burpees, box jumps, clean and jerks, and pull-ups-as many times as they can in a designated time period. Workouts are intense, leaving spent athletes dripping with sweat and glowing with endorphin-fuelled satisfaction.In a departure from sterile mainstream gyms, it is camaraderie that keeps CrossFitters coming back week after week for their hour of high-intensity suffering-that and the promise of weight loss and a sculpted physique. Its practitioners know well that CrossFit has changed lives, forming biggest losers into lean, mean evangelists.Author and veteran CrossFitter T. J. Murphy takes up CrossFit to find out why it works, how it feels, and whether it can fix his broken-down body. In the process, he discovers a fascinating fitness phenomenon with a culture all its own. Murphy goes inside the box to shed light on the extraordinary community of CrossFit, as well as the science behind the sport and why this fast-growing fitness movement is coming soon to a garage near you.T. J. Murphy is a veteran endurance athlete, CrossFitter, and former editorial director of Triathlete, Inside Triathlon, and Competitor magazines. He is author of Triathlete Magazine's Guide to Finishi</p>

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    • Vertebrate Publishing

      Echoes: One Climber's Hard Road to Freedom

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      <p>"As I sat cradling the man's head, with his blood and brains sticking to my hands, I heard a voice – my own voice. It was asking me something. Asking how I had ended up like this, desperate and lost among people who thought nothing of caving in a man's head and then standing back to watch him die."Nick Bullock was a prison officer working in a maximum-security jail with some of Britain's most notorious criminals. Trapped in a world of aggression and fear, he felt frustrated and alone. Then he discovered the mountains.Making up for lost time, Bullock soon became one of Britain's best climbers, learning his trade in the mountains of Scotland and Wales, and travelling from Pakistan to Peru in his search for new routes and a new way of seeing the world – and ultimately an escape route from his life inside.Told that no one ever leaves the service – the security, the stability, the 'job for life' – Bullock focused his existence on a single goal: to walk free, with no shackles, into a mountain life. Echoes is a powerful and compelling exploration of freedom – and what it means to live life on your own terms.Nick Bullock was born on Christmas Day in 1965. After leaving school aged 16 he worked variously as a gamekeeper, a self-employed labourer and at Alton Towers (less exciting than it sounds) before joining Her Majesty's Prison Service in 1987 where he was posted to the high security Gartree Prison as a Wing Officer, then a Punishment Block Officer. In 1992 he was introduced to climbing at Plas-y-Brenin while training as a Physical Education Instructor: his life was about to change dramatically.Devoting all of his free time to climbing, Nick quickly established himself as one of the UK's leading climbers, making bold repeats in fine style of many of the UK's most renowned traditional climbs. A veteran of over 20 expeditions to the greater ranges and approximately 5</p>

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    • Bergverlag Rother

      Iceland: The finest coastal and mountain walks

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      <p>Iceland, the island of fire and ice, has a magical allure for all nature-lovers. This unique ancient countryside guarantees an unforgettable experience, but it also presents special challenges, especially to the hiker. There is no network of huts and trails as we are used to in the Alps, and the weather also can be very unpredictable. Gabriele and Christian Handl lead the reader along selected, safe and reliably-described trails to those natural splendours of Iceland which are only accessible to hikers. Included are descriptions of short, impressive walks, as well as recommendations for trips lasting single or several days.The 55 suggested walks are accompanied by an exact description of the route, map extracts showing the course of the route and informative height profiles. Numerous tips prepare the hiker for the distinctive features of Europe?s northernmost country. There are numerous colour photos.This fourth edition of the walking guide has been fully revised in 2014 and, in addition, five new walks have been included. Also, all of the walks are now provided with GPS data which can be downloaded.</p>

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    • Mainstreampublishing

      A Day to Die For: 1996: Everest's Worst Disaster

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      <p>On the night of 10-11 May, 1996, eight climbers perished in what remains the worst disaster in Everest's history. Following the tragedy, numerous accounts were published, with Jon Krakauer's Into Thin Air becoming an international bestseller. But has the whole story been told?A Day to Die For reveals for the first time the full, startling facts that led to the tragedy. Graham Ratcliffe, the first British climber to reach the summit of Mount Everest twice, was a first-hand witness, having spent the night on Everest's South Col at 26,000 feet, sheltering from the deadly storm. For years, he has shouldered a burden of guilt, feeling that he and his teammates could have saved lives that fateful night. His quest for answers has led to discoveries so important to an understanding of the disaster that he now questions why these facts were not made public sooner. History is dotted with highprofile disasters that both horrify and capture the attention of the public, but very rarely is our view of them revised to such devastating effect.</p>

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    • The Mountaineers

      H. W. Tilman: The Seven Mountain-Travel Books

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      <p>H. W. Tilman has been called 'arguably the best expedition writer and best explorer-mountaineer' of the 20th century. This collection of Tilman's seven mountain-travel books is bound in one book, covering the years 1919–1952, the omnibus including: Snow on the Equator, The Ascent of Nanda Devi, When Men and Mountains Meet, Everest 1938, Two Mountains and a River, China to Chitral and Nepal Himalaya. Tilman's belief was "any worthwhile expedition can be planned on the back of an envelope." He wrote fifteen mountaineering and sailing books.Tilman (on reaching the summit of Nanda Devi): "I believe we so far forgot ourselves as to shake hands on it." Tilman (after arduous and ultimately unsuccessful attempts on two peaks in Central Asia, and his arrest as a spy): "As I turned to go down into Chitral, tired, lousy, and bereft of my diaries, I felt that the year had at any rate been rich in instruction."</p>

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    • Simon And Schuster

      The Essential Camping Cookbook

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      <p>Drawing on the know-how and expertise of the Scout Association, this inspirational cookbook takes the art of eating outdoors to a whole new level How to Cook an Egg in an Orange is perfect both for beginners in al fresco cooking as well as seasoned campers. There are step-by-step guides to explain all the essential techniques needed to make a glorious feast whether you're at a festival, camping, 'glamping' or just on a day trip to the beach – including how to cook backwoods-style, without conventional equipment, on open fires, in pit ovens and using improvised utensils. Alongside traditional campfire favourites, you will find recipes for curries, spicy stews, couscous, exotic BBQs, risottos and delicious one-pot dishes. Now turn to the popular campfire songs at the back and your outdoors eating experience will be complete!</p>

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    • Vertebrate Publishing

      Day Walks in the Yorkshire Dales

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      <p>Day Walks in the Yorkshire Dales is the fourth title in Vertebrate Publishing's series of compact and portable hill walking guidebooks. This book showcases 20 circular routes in the Yorkshire Dales National Park, between 6 and 11 miles (10km and 17km) in length, suitable for hill walkers of all abilities.The routes are split into three geographical areas–south, east, and north–and include walks to the Dales' most regarded beauty spots, such as Malham Cove, Cautley Spout, Brimham Rocks and the Norber Erratics, as well as the trio of sought-after peaks; Pen-y-ghent, Ingleborough and Whernside.The author of this guidebook, Bernard Newman, is a freelance outdoor writer and photographer, and former editor of the internationally acclaimed Mountain magazine. A Yorkshire Dales local and graduate geologist, in his route descriptions he explores the incredible geology that has created the breathtaking scenery on show in the Dales.</p>

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    • The Mountaineers

      Climbing the Seven Summits: A Guide to Each Continent's Highest Peak

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      <p>Aconcagua; Denali; Elbrus; Everest; Kilimanjaro; Kosciuszko; Vinson. To a climber, these mountains are known as the "Seven Summits"–the highest peaks on each continent. And from Antarctica to Alaska, Nepal to Tanzania, each year thousands of climbers from all over the world attempt at least one of them, while a growing number have plans to climb each and every mountain.Drawing on years of experience, veteran Seven Summit mountain guide Mike Hamill describes overall considerations for expedition planning and high-altitude trips, gear recommendations, tips on international travel and logistics, and estimates of financial costs. In-depth descriptions of each of the Seven Summits include a regional map, a map of the primary climbing route, a route overlay on a photo, and a sample climbing itinerary that covers peak-specific technical climbing tips and what to expect on summit day. Throughout Hamill's descriptions, renowned alpinists offer their own advice: Eric Simonson on Everest, Vern Tejas on Denali, and Melissa Arno on a female's perspective of expedition planning. Hamill also includes the 'other' Seven Summit, the Carstensz Pyramid in New Guinea; climbing facts and figures for each peak; a history of the Seven Summits challenge; and a unique "compare and contrast" chart that reveals how the peaks stack up against each other.From the first steps of trip dreaming, to figuring out gear and plane tickets, to kicking those final, sublime steps up to the snowy top of Denali or Aconcagua–this is the one-and-only authoritative book to guide readers to all of the world's Seven Summits.Mike Hamill is a year-round guide for International Mountain Guides and the Alaska Mountaineering School. Professionally and personally, he has travelled and climbed extensively on all seven continents, including at least two times up each of the big Seven (including 40 times up Aconcagua, ten times up Denali, and five times up Everest).</p>

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    • Lonely Planet

      Thailand's Islands and Beaches

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      <p>Bays of peach-tinged sand, hammocks swinging between palm trees, castle-like karsts emerging from the deep; these dreams of a tropical paradise become reality along southern Thailand's coasts.Lonely Planet will get you to the heart of Thailand's Islands and Beaches, with amazing travel experiences and the best planning advice:• Inspirational images, 3D illustrations and recommendations from our expert authors • Planning features and top itineraries to help you plan the perfect trip• Local secrets and hidden travel gems that will make your trip unique• Lus diving and snorkelling information, tips on how to choose a beach, food spotter's guide and a run-down on Thai massageCoverage Includes: Planning chapters, Bangkok, Phuket, the Northern Andaman Coast, Ko Chang, the Eastern Seaboard, Hua Hin, the Southern Gulf, Ko Samui, the Lower Gulf, Ko Phi-Phi, the Southern Andaman Coast and Understanding and Survival chapters.</p>

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    • Cicerone

      Walking in the Wye Valley

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      <p>This guidebook includes 30 day-walks in the stunning and varied lands of the Wye Valley. From its source on Plynlimon in the Welsh Cambrian mountains, down along the Wales-England border through Hay-on-Why, Hereford and Chepstow to the Severn Estuary. The routes in this guide are circular, and range in length between five and fifteen kilometres.Every route description is accompanied by an annotated OS map, and includes details on points of interest along the way to enhance your wandering. The Wye Valley is known for its beauty and wide range of scenery; a walkers' paradise at any time of year. From the high moorland near the source, down through gentle green hills, before diving into the woods and limestone gorge near the sea.Practical details such as the amount of ascent and timings information are included for every walk, as are details on public transport and parking facilities. Other useful information on the river's history, geology and wildlife ensure that this is an ideal companion to exploring the impressive range of walking the Wye Valley offers.</p>

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    • Mainstreampublishing

      Mountain Bike Fitness Training

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      <p>Mountain Bike Fitness Training" is a comprehensive manual for recreational or competitive mountain bikers wishing to enhance their performance in off-road riding. It is also a valuable resource for those who wanting to improve their general fitness have chosen the sport of mountain biking as a fun way to develop better health. This book includes in-depth guidelines on every aspect of mountain bike fitness training. Readers will learn how to assess their fitness; develop training programmes tailored to their needs; formulate a realistic diet plan; and ride a smarter and more ergonomically efficient race. Where applicable detailed descriptions of do-it-yourself fitness tests skill drills and training exercises are given allowing readers to boost their fitness and skill at home with minimal specialist equipment. Every area of mountain bike fitness is explained with easy-to-understand scientific information and relevant mountain biking examples. All disciplines of mountain biking are covered in Mountain Bike Fitness Training. The book focuses on cross-country and downhill racing and includes other chapters dealing with expedition mountain biking; marathon mountain biking; the female mountain biker; the master/veteran rider; the young enthusiast; and the first-time racer. At last, the myths and false 'locker-room' theories of how to train can be laid to rest – and a more exact and responsible approach can take pride of place on the sports bookshelves.</p>

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    • Vertebrate Publishing

      Wales Mountain Biking

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      <p>Wales Mountain Biking–Beicio Mynydd Cymru is a collection of 20 classic Welsh mountain bike rides, between 12 and 50 kilometres in length.Split into three sections, South Wales, Mid Wales and North Wales, this book includes classic loops such as The Gap Road in the Brecon Beacons and Pen Trumau in the Black Mountains, routes in Pembrokeshire, and the Gower, the Elan Valley in the Cambrian Mountains, Moel Famau in the Clwydian Hills and classic routes in Snowdonia–including options for the awesome ascent and descent (!) of Snowdon itself.Written and illustrated by MBR Magazine's Wales-based routes expert Tom Hutton, each route is described with easy-to-follow directions and plotted on clear and easy to use Ordnance Survey 1:50,000 mapping. Also included are details of distance, timings and difficulty gradings, plus refreshment stops and local knowledge.A Bonus Section hops over the border into England, to give the full lowdown on the classic Long Mynd circuit, featuring the legendary Minton Batch sin</p>

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    • Francis Lincoln

      The Wild Weather Book

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      <p>It's raining outside – let's get out and play! Don't huddle cooped up indoors on a bad weather day: wrap up in warm clothes or waterproofs and get out of doors for some fun. In this book Jo Schofield and Fiona Danks offer myriad suggestions for wild things to do outdoors on wet, windy and snowy days.</p>

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    • Cordee

      Johnny Dawes: Full of Myself

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      <p>Praise for the man and book from Leo Houlding: "Johnny Dawes is the enigmatic front man of an eclectic band of British climbers who in the mid 1980's redefined the standards of difficulty and danger in traditional climbing. Introducing the world to the impossible grades of E8 and E9, and laying the foundations of the modern scene, Johnny's unique style and character have become legend. This long awaited book gives his take on a highly influential period of climbing history and a look inside the mind of a tormented genius. Written with devoted passion and brutal honesty, Full of Myself lays bare Johnny's bipolar mix of privilege and pain, wizardry and dysfunction. Master of friction and maestro of momentum on rock and road, orchestrator of contemporary climbing techniques such as the dead-point and dyno, the living embodiment of poetry in motion turns his hand to the pen with great effect."Ed Douglas adds, "Johnny Dawes is a legend in British climbing. In 1986, he was responsible for the most inspired new route in a generation, when he climbed Indian Face on Clogwyn d'ur Arddu in Snowdonia. Difficult and tenuous, a fall from its hardest move would most likely be fatal. But Dawes is much more than a risk-taker. His rich imagination has left a legacy of outstanding new routes all over the country, not least on the gritstone edges of Derbyshire where his bold and fluid style reached its fullest expression. He's an artist really, a choreographer with a warrior spirit."</p>

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    • Trailblazer

      Moroccan Atlas: The Trekking Guide

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      <p>Stretching 1,200 miles (2,000km) from the Atlantic port of Agadir east to Tunisia the Atlas form one of the world's great trekking ranges. The High Atlas region in central Morocco is the most dramatic and beautiful section of the entire range. Towering peaks, deep gorges and huddled Berber villages enchant all who visit.• 66 detailed trekking maps–showing route times, places to stay and points of interest. The best treks in: Toubkal, Sirwa, Sahro, Mgoun• Practical information–planning your trip and getting to Morocco from Europe, North America and Australasia• Cultural and historical background–customs, religion, art, cuisine• Town guides and 15 town plans–Marrakech, Ouarzazate, Imlil, Azilal, Bou Taghrar and Tamalout, Taliwine, Iknioun, Nkoub, Qalaa't Mgouna, Souk el Had and Imelghas, Telouat and Boumalne du Dades showing street plans, where to stay, where to eat, what to see and how to get to the start of your trek• Green hiking and mountain safety–how to stay healthy on your trek and minimise your impact on a fragile region• Language sections–Arabic, Berber and French• Atlas flora and fauna–with an illustrated bird identification section</p>

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    • Versante Sud

      MTB North Garda

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      <p>Including 54 routes throughout the Garda Trentino area of northen Italy – Monte Baldo, Monte Velo, Monte Tremalzo, Valle dei Laghi, Val di Ledro, Vallagarina, Val di Gresta.The area of Upper Garda, already a well known destination amongst many European mountain bikers, offers itineraries to satisfy all levels of cyclists, from beginners to freeriders and is equipped to accommodate the most demanding sportsmen and women. The guide book illustrates the Upper Garda area, as well as selecting itineraries in the nearby areas of Brentonico, the Valley of Lakes, Val di Ledro and Vallagarina. English language throughout.</p>

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    • The Mountaineers

      Kiss or Kill: Confessions of a Serial Climber

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      <p>Raving and kicking against mediocrity, his anger and pain simmer close to the surface. He speaks and writes the language of the punk music that defined him. He is extreme alpinist Mark Twight, and he doesn't back down from the truth. He's a one-man literary punk band. If you have any doubt, here comes his knockout punch: the only collection of writing Twight swears he'll ever publish. Kiss or Kill: Confessions of a Serial Climber is raw, unfiltered Twight. These author's cut are the real deal, not the homogenized fluff offered up by magazine editors who are often unwilling to offend. Twight's words make it clear that climbing is only distantly about the summit. Several of these pieces are new to U.S. readers. Twight edited all of the selections and appended each with a current author's note; confessing his inspiration, events that followed, and lessons learned (or not learned, some might say). It adds up to a frightfully lucid look into Twight's personal life as both man and hardcore alpine climber. The dissection scares me sometimes...Whether railing against the spinelessness of American siege-style mountaineering, admitting addiction to pushing the bounds of the possible, or reveling in his ability to cut away anything in life that holds him back, Twight never blinks. Along the way, there is the drama of new and epic routes, unbreakable bonds between climbing partners, and Twight's evolution as a climber and a man. He tells every story in a unique, in-your-face style. Kiss or Kill is not an easy read. It may scare some readers-but that's the point. "I want this book to help you recognize your own anger, which will help you understand mine," says Twight. "Somewhere out there somebody understands these words and knows they matter. They were written in blood, learned by heart."</p>

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    • Ebury Press

      Everest: The First Ascent

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      <p>On 29 May, 1953, the summit of Mount Everest was finally reached. The achievement brought fame and honours to many involved – except the man who made the ascent possible.Now, for the first time, drawing upon previously unseen diaries and letters, rare archive material and interviews, Everest: The First Ascent tells the remarkable story of Griffith Pugh, the forgotten team member whose scientific breakthroughs ensured the world's highest mountain could be climbed. A doctor and physiologist, Griffith Pugh revolutionised almost every aspect of British high-altitude mountaineering, transforming the climbers' attitude to oxygen, the clothes they wore, their equipment, fluid intake and acclimatisation.Yet, far from receiving the acclaim he was due, he was met with suspicion and ridicule. His scientific contributions were, quite simply, at odds with old-fashioned notions of derring-do and the gentlemanly amateurism that dogged the sport.This insightful biography shows Pugh to be troubled, abrasive, yet brilliant. Eight years in the writing, closely researched, and told with unflinching honesty by Pugh's daughter, Harriet Tuckey, Everest: The First Ascent is the compelling portrait of an unlikely hero.</p>

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    • Globe Pequot Press

      How to Slackline!

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      <p>Originating in the climbing world, slacklining is the act of balancing along a narrow, flexible piece of webbing that has been anchored between two stable objects. How to Slackline! covers the short history of slacklining and the sport's rapid growth since the advent of the Gibbon Trickline, which brought slacklining to enthusiasts outside the climbing community. The book includes detailed methods for building tricklines (low lines used for jumping tricks), longlines (low lines where the goal is to walk as long as possible), and highlines (slacklines rigged high between cliffs using climbing gear). Technique chapters cover the skills needed to practice all types of slacklining. How To Slackline! is the definitive resource on the emerging sport of slacklining, written by Hayley Ashburn, a top expert in the field, and accompanied by Scott Rogers' stunning colour photography.Hayley Ashburn earned the title of Women's World Champion at the World Cup Slackline Competition in Munich, Germany. She is also the founder of the Women's Slackline Group at Colorado State University-Boulder. She lives in Moab, Utah.</p>

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