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by Don Graydon
Mountaineering: The Freedom of the Hills is often considered the standard textbook for mountaineering and climbing in North America. The book was first published in 1960 by The Mountaineers of Seattle, Washington
Mountaineering: The Freedom of the Hills is often considered the standard textbook for mountaineering and climbing in North America. The book was first published in 1960 by The Mountaineers of Seattle, Washington. The book was written by a team of over 40 experts in the field. The book grew out of the annual climbing course run since 1935 by the Mountaineers, for which the reading material was originally a combination of European works and lecturers' mimeo outlines
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To put it poetically, for all aspiring mountaineers, this book is the Regolith upon which your skills should build. It should be the anchor upon which you hang
The manual's content has kept pace with the evolution of the sport and should be considered mandatory reading for every mountain climber. To put it poetically, for all aspiring mountaineers, this book is the Regolith upon which your skills should build. It should be the anchor upon which you hang. It will be a compass to those who know how to use it and appreciate its value, guiding you in the right direction.
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Written and coordinated by the Mountaineers, a Seattle-based outdoor organization founded in 1906, it draws upon the knowledge of active, experienced mountaineers within and outside the club. Freedom continues a tradition of excellence by gathering the wisdom, instruction. And experience of some of the world's best climbers into one indispensable volume.
Prather, Ramona Hammedy 1. Graydon, Do. Climbers today freedom of the hills, we come face to face with accomplish what was considered impossible only a ourselves. Graydon, Don. I. The book provides a fun occurring in various areas of mountaineering and damental understanding of each topic. It is not are due to increased popularity, the development of intended, however. to he exhaustive or ency new techniques, and the introduction of new and clopedic. few years ago. Many serious rock climbers work out at specialized gymnasiums, and the sport fea JUDGMENT AND EXPERIENCE tures international climbing competitions.
Library of Congress Control Number: 97011920. Includes bibliographical references (p. 517-519) and index. Personal Name: Graydon, Don. International Standard Book Number (ISBN): 0898864267. Personal Name: Hanson, Kurt. Corporate Name: Mountaineers (Society). Rubrics: Mountaineering Rock climbing Snow and ice climbing.
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