The Alpine Journal: v. 114 by Stephen Goodwin
This is the 114th volume of the oldest and oldest mountaineering publications in the world - the "Alpine Journal". Features include exploration trips by UK climbers Mick Fowler, Simon Yates,…
The Alpine Journal v. 114 synopsis
This is the 114th volume of the oldest and oldest mountaineering publications in the world - the "Alpine Journal". Features include exploration trips by UK climbers Mick Fowler, Simon Yates, and Andy Barken. A special section is dedicated to each six climbing of the Piolets d'Or 2009, including Ueli Steck's articles on Teng Kangpoche, Patrice Glariron-Rappaz on Nuptse, Japanese climbers from Giri-Giri Boys, Kamet, Kalanka and Denali.
The trekking section includes a standard runway in Everest Trail and Adventures in Mongolia. There is an account of climbing all the peaks of the Alps up to 4000 meters, surveys of the Sikkim and Kordera Huitabalana mountains in Peru, as well as commenting on environmental, land, ethics and the rise of the disputed Himalayas.
There are about 200 fantastic images, mostly colorful, in addition to the sensational watercolors by Simon Perce of the Alps, Ladakh and Kangchengonga. As usual, AJ also contains extensive reviews, reviews, and a country-by-country record of the last big rise.
Editor "AJ" Since 2004, Stephen Goodwin is a journalist, climber and author of a guide. He worked on his own in 1999 after 13 years as a reporter for The Independent, covering politics in Westminster.
In 1998, he reached the South Everest Summit, where he presented award-winning memoirs to The Independent. The book "20 Day Walks in the Lake District" was published this year by Vertebrate Graphics..
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