Alpinismo Eroico

Author: Emilio Comici
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ISBN: 9788820363468
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Un Alpinismo D Eccezione Rarissime Immagini Di Alpinismo Eroico E Testi D Autore Foto Inedite Di Hermann Buhl

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Extreme Eiger

Author: Peter Gillman
Editor: Mountaineers Books
ISBN: 1680510517
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•The classic story of a notorious climb, now revised, updated, and expanded by the original author with new information •Literally a race to ascend Europe’s most formidable mountain wall—Brits and Americans versus Germans The North Face of the Eiger was long renowned as the most dangerous climb in the Swiss Alps, one that had cost the lives of numerous skilled mountaineers. In February 1966, two teams—one German, the other British/American—aimed to climb it in a straight line from bottom to top. Astonishingly, the two teams knew almost nothing about each other's attempt until both arrived at the foot of the face. The race was on. The Anglo-American team of John Harlin, Layton Kor, and Dougal Haston intended to make a dash to the summit when conditions were right. The Germans, with an eight-man team and a mass of equipment, planned a slow, relentless ascent. Watching all was a young journalist, Peter Gillman. Now, fifty years later, Gillman recalls the dramatic events on the North Face, and assesses their effect on those who took part. The charismatic and controversial American climber John Harlin was killed before the summit was reached, while others were permanently injured through frostbite. For British photographer Chris Bonington, who was sucked into the action, it opened a path to a career and reputation as Britain's foremost mountaineer. “It was incredibly challenging and probably some of the hardest climbing done in the Alps to that time,” remembers Bonington. “Being involved was absolutely fantastic. There’s never been anything like it for me, before or since.” This title is part of our LEGENDS AND LORE series. Click here > to learn more.

Flash Di Alpinismo

Author: Massimo Bursi
Editor: Massimo Bursi
ISBN: 8893157020
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Una coinvolgente ed anti-conformista storia dell'alpinismo fatta di citazioni, impressioni e fotografie. Ho privilegiato il fenomeno della rivoluzione del Nuovo Mattino e la magica scoperta dell’arrampicata degli anni 80 attingendo al mitico mondo degli scalatori americani e anglosassoni. Il libro si rivolge all’ampia fascia di lettori – alpinisti di ogni età: non ci sono particolari target interessati. Perché questo libro? Perché sul mercato non c’è nulla di tutto questo. Perché è un approccio originale per valorizzare le migliori idee di tante persone che hanno riflettuto sul fenomeno arrampicata e perché mi piace l’idea di legare citazioni a fotografie, centrate sull’uomo alpinista.

Alpinismo

Author: Piergiorgio Vidi
Editor: HOEPLI EDITORE
ISBN: 8820357607
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Dopo anni di attività professionale come guida alpina e di soccorso in montagna, con questo volume Piergiorgio Vidi ha finalmente deciso di trasmettere una parte del proprio sapere a tutti coloro che amano andare in montagna con coscienza e sicurezza. Il volume è un manuale rivolto agli alpinisti che desiderano acquisire solide basi sulle quali costruire le proprie abilità. Per i principianti è uno strumento utile per conoscere meglio l'attrezzatura, le manovre e le tecniche di base, per i più esperti costituisce un'occasione per perfezionare le proprie conoscenze e, forse, rivedere in meglio abitudini consolidate.

Alpinismo Tutti I Consigli Per Affrontare In Sicurezza L Arrampicata Su Roccia E Ghiaccio

Author: Piergiorgio Vidi
Editor: HOEPLI EDITORE
ISBN: 8820350599
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Odle Puez

Author: Lorenzo Meciani
Editor: Touring Editore
ISBN: 9788836519484
Size: 14,94 MB
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The National Union Catalogs 1963

Author: Library of Congress
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A History Of Mountain Climbing

Author: Roger Frison-Roche
Editor: Flammarion-Pere Castor
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Beginning with the first conquest of the Alps in the eighteenth century, the drive to scale the world's tallest peaks has inspired generations of amateur and professional climbers and explorers. In this book, Roger Frison-Roche and Sylvain Jouty bring the history of mountain climbing vividly to life. Supplemented by biographies of fifty of the world's most celebrated mountain climbers and a detailed chronology.

Ascent

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