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The Big Walls: From the North Face of the Eiger to the South Face of Dhaulagiri

The Big Walls: From the North Face of the Eiger to the South Face of Dhaulagiri

Reinhold Messner Tim Carruthers
4.3/5 (23 ratings)
-- A fascinating overview of big wall climbing -- yesterday, today and tomorrow with tribute to the new trailblazing climbers of the twenty-first century-- Packed with 165 powerful color photos and 23 black and whiteIn a historical account of big wall climbing, world-class climber Reinhold Messner begins in 1860, with the Alpine walls. They are steep, exposed, extremely difficult to climb and lead up to some of the highest summits in the world. Messner knows them all; he was the first man to climb a dozen of them and the first to conquer all fourteen eight-thousanders.In his description of recent ascents, he pays tribute to the younger generation who have once more revealed new dimensions in climbing. Thanks to Messner's contact with many of these new, young mountaineers, the book covers the latest information and pictures of these amazing big walls and ones yet to be mastered.
Language
English
Pages
216
Format
Hardcover
Publisher
Mountaineers Books
Release
September 01, 2001
ISBN
0898868440
ISBN 13
9780898868449

The Big Walls: From the North Face of the Eiger to the South Face of Dhaulagiri

Reinhold Messner Tim Carruthers
4.3/5 (23 ratings)
-- A fascinating overview of big wall climbing -- yesterday, today and tomorrow with tribute to the new trailblazing climbers of the twenty-first century-- Packed with 165 powerful color photos and 23 black and whiteIn a historical account of big wall climbing, world-class climber Reinhold Messner begins in 1860, with the Alpine walls. They are steep, exposed, extremely difficult to climb and lead up to some of the highest summits in the world. Messner knows them all; he was the first man to climb a dozen of them and the first to conquer all fourteen eight-thousanders.In his description of recent ascents, he pays tribute to the younger generation who have once more revealed new dimensions in climbing. Thanks to Messner's contact with many of these new, young mountaineers, the book covers the latest information and pictures of these amazing big walls and ones yet to be mastered.
Language
English
Pages
216
Format
Hardcover
Publisher
Mountaineers Books
Release
September 01, 2001
ISBN
0898868440
ISBN 13
9780898868449

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