Higher Calling

    By Max Leonard

    Hardback Save £4.34 = £12.65

    Why do road cyclists go to the mountains? Blending adventure and travel writing with the rich narrative of pro racing, Max Leonard takes the reader from the battles that created the Alpine roads to the shepherds tending their flocks on the peaks, and to a Grand Tour climax on the...

    Wild Country

    Paperback £11.43

    In Wild Country, Mark Vallance traces his story, from childhood influences like Robin Hodgkin and Sir Jack Longland, to two years in Antarctica, where he was base commander of the UK's largest and most southerly scientific station at Halley Bay, before his fateful meeting with Ray Jardine, the man who...

    Mount Sinai: A History of Travellers and Pilgrims

    By George Manginis

    Hardback £14.46

    Brings together the rich history of Mount Sinai, exploring the ways in which the landscape has been has been experienced and transformed over the centuries as an important site for multiple religions.

    Up and About: The Hard Road to Everest

    Hardback £16.86

    On 24 September 1975, Doug Scott and Dougal Haston became the first Britons to reach the summit of Everest as lead climbers on Chris Bonington's expedition to the mountain's immense south-west face. In Up and About, the first volume of his autobiography, Scott tells his story from his birth in...

    Selected Climbs: Mont Blanc & the Aiguilles Rouges

    By Jean-Louis Laroche

    Paperback Save £3.52 = £11.43

    Written by Jean-Louis Laroche and Florence Lelong, Selected Climbs: Mont Blanc & the Aiguilles Rouges is a guide to the best 60 rock climbs in the Mont Blanc range and on the Aiguilles Rouges, from F4 to F6a+. The routes are of moderate difficulty and can all be done in...

    Lake District Mountain Landscape

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    The Roof at the Bottom of the World: Discovering the Transantarctic Mountains

    By Edmund Stump

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    A fascinating portrait and history of the most obscure mountains on Earth, by a modern scientist-explorer with unsurpassed knowledge of the region

    High Places: Cultural Geographies of Mountains and Ice

    By Denis E. Cosgrove

    Paperback Save £6.54 = £15.96

    High mountains, polar expanses, volcanic peaks are exciting and special environments. This book explores different aspects of these environments - disorientation, exploration, native knowledge, polar research. It is suitable for geographers, historians of science, and those interested in polar/mountain studies, landscape, culture and environment.

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