CLIMBING HIGH

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Climbing High

Author : Lene Gammelgaard
ISBN : 9780060953614
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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On May 10, 1996, Lene Gammelgaard became the first Scandinavian woman to reach the summit of Mount Everest. But a raging storm and human error conspired to turn triumph into catastrophe. Eight of her team's climbers, including its renowned leader Scott Fischer, perished in a tragedy that would make headlines around the world. In her riveting account, Gammelgaard takes us from her weeks of determined training to the exhilaration of arriving in Nepal to the arduous climb and deadly storm that forced her and her fellow climbers to huddle throughout the night, hoping to stay alive. Gammelgaard also writes movingly of Everest's awesome beauty; of the passion and commitment required to face the daunting challenge of climbing to high altitudes; and of the complex personal relationships forged in the pursuit of such dangerous ventures. Arlene Blum, author of the classic account of women and mountaineering, Annapurna: A Woman's Place, calls Climbing High "an honest and deeply personal account."
Category: Sports & Recreation

Rainbow Climbing High

Author : V. S. Ganjabhang
ISBN : 0752215183
Genre : Rainbow (Television program)
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For over 20 years it delighted kids of all ages. Rainbow was a phenomenon; ITV's longest running kids show and the one which gave us the unforgettable Zippy, Bungle, George and Geoffrey. But it was far more than that. The cast of Rainbow were megastars who lived the TV dream to the extreme. From their impoverished beginnings as a warm-up act to the madness of fame, celebrity groupies, jewel-encrusted dungarees and tragic Marmite dependency. Now at last the true story can be told, and it will shock children's entertainment to its very core. Welcome to Rainbow Climbing High - thirty years of psychedelic mayhem.
Category: Rainbow (Television program)

Climbing High

Author : Madelon Smid
ISBN : 1628301627
Genre : Fiction
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Billionaire Jake Ingles is the media's golden boy. The cameras love his fabulous face and form, his high-powered business deals, and daring adventures. On a mountain in France, Jake saves the one incomparable woman he'll love for the rest of his life, but his fame places her beyond his reach. Siree McConnell, forensic accountant, chooses to live anonymously to avoid the press that caused her father's death. She refuses to tangle with the gorgeous male if it means stepping back into the spotlight, until he needs her help. Once she uncovers the thieves threatening Jake's conglomerate, she gives in to her longing to find ecstasy in his arms. But the cost of being with him is exposure to the media and an enemy that tears them apart. Now she has a new rescue mission: their relationship. For he will do anything to keep her safe, even walk away. It's up to her to show him their love is worth any risk.
Category: Fiction

Cascade Alpine Guide Vol 2 Stevens Pass To Rainy Pass

Author : Fred Beckey
ISBN : 9781594851551
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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* Cascades climbing routes -- the guidebooks relied on for more than 25 years * Northwest climbing legend Fred Beckey has summited and explored hundreds of Cascade peaks * Hand-drawn maps and photos with route overlays, as well as approach information Volume II in the classic Cascade Alpine Guide series features expert information on more than 300 climbing and high routes in the Cascades. This volume covers the middle of the Cascade Range, from the foothills east of Puget Sound to Lake Chelan. You'll find geographical, historical, and geological overviews of the majestic mid-Cascade region, plus important tips on safety and backcountry usage. Legendary author/climber Fred Beckey includes technical and grade information for each route to make clear exactly what type of climb you are embarking upon.
Category: Sports & Recreation

Mile High And Climbing

Author : Roy Biggers
ISBN : 9781602669826
Genre : Spiritual life
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Rev. Biggers uses journeys he has taken to point to specific spiritual truthsand to provide insight. (Practical Life)
Category: Spiritual life

I Like To Get High Journal Rock Climbing I Like To Get Climbing High Mountains Lined Notebook 120 Page 6x9

Author : Mountain Climber
ISBN : 1796660914
Genre : Sports & Recreation
File Size : 25.36 MB
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Journal rock climbing, i like to get climbing high mountains Lined Notebook 120 page 6x9 Can be used as a diary or gratitude journal, a travel journal, login names and passwords, to record your food intake or progress toward your fitness goals, to use for writing and note-taking.Journal rock climbing, i like to get climbing high mountains Lined Notebook 120 page 6x9 Is an ideal gift for: Valentine's Day gift for her and him, Birthday Gifts for kids and adults as well, Special occasions, Christmas Gifts for all ages, Student's gifts, best choice for mothers day or fathers day, Stationery gift pack, Office workers and friends.Express your love, gratitude and appreciation to one another
Category: Sports & Recreation

Cascade Alpine Guide

Author : Fred Beckey
ISBN : 0898868386
Genre : Sports & Recreation
File Size : 34.96 MB
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Volume II in the classic "Cascade Alpine Guide" seriesfeatures expert information on more than 300 climbing andhigh routes in the Cascades. This volume covers themiddle of the Cascade Range, from the foothills east ofPuget Sound to Lake Chelan. You'll find geographical,historical, and geological overviews of the majestic mid-Cascade ......
Category: Sports & Recreation

Breaking Trail

Author : Arlene Blum
ISBN : 0743258460
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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The personal story of the first American woman climber to attempt Mount Everest describes her transformation from an overprotected Chicago youth to the leader of women climbing teams, describing her successful ascents of Mount McKinley and Annapurna and her receipt of a Gold Medal from the Society of Women Geographers. 30,000 first printing.
Category: Biography & Autobiography