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Himalayan Climber retraces - with breathtaking photos - the author's lifetime of ascending major ranges. Doug Scott's historic ascent (with Dougal Haston) of the South-West Face of Everest in 1975 brought him to the forefront of Himalayan climbing at a moment of transition.
Doug Scott, one of the most acclaimed mountaineers of the last 30 years, has forged new routes up many Himalayan peaks. This stunning pictorial record of Scott's remarkable climbing career covers more than 26 visits to the most fabled regions of the Greater Himalayan range. Scott also narrates his climbing adventures in other parts of the world. His breathtaking photography captures the awesome beauty of some of the world's best-known peaks.
Himalayan Climber book. Himalayan Climber is a stunning pictorial record of Scott's remarkable climbing career, covering 26 visits to the most fabled regions of the Greater Himalayan range, including the Hindu Kush, Tibet, the Karakoram, Ladakh, and Bhutan. Illustrated with over 400 dramatic colour photographs, Scott also narrates his adventures in other parts of the world: rock climbing in Derbyshire at the age of 11, bivouacking in freezing temperatures in the Alps and exploring the Atlas mountains as an aspirant climber.
Himalayan Climber is a photographic autobiography that captures the dramatic adventures of leading mountaineer and empathetic geographer Doug Scott. Over 400 beautiful colour photos are presented in this coffee table book that narrates the life of Doug Scott and his climbs in the Greater Ranges. Born in 1941, Doug Scott began climbing at the age of 12 at Black Rocks in Derbyshire. He progressed to the cliffs of Ogwen in Snowdonia and became a climbing instructor. Aged 17 he completed his first Alpine season
Himalayan Climber: A Lifetime's Quest to the World's Greatest Ranges . You will be the first to open the book cover. Born in 1941, Doug Scott began climbing at the age of 12 at Black Rocks in Derbyshire
Himalayan Climber: A Lifetime's Quest to the World's Greatest Ranges (Teach Yourself). For Used condition books in our store; It shows signs of wear from consistent use, but it remains in good condition and works perfectly. All pages and cover are intact, but may have aesthetic issues such as price clipping, nicks, scratches, and scuffs. Pages may include some notes and highlighting.
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