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High : stories of survival from Everest and K2

Author: Clint Willis
Publisher: New York : Balliet & Fitzgerald : Thunder's Mouth Press, ©1999.
Edition/Format:   Book : English : 1st edView all editions and formats
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In the first anthology ever to focus exclusively on the two highest, most formidable mountains in the world--Everest and K2--Willis presents 75 years of great writing, from Neil O'Dell to Jon  Read more...

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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Clint Willis
ISBN: 1560252006 9781560252009
OCLC Number: 40158919
Notes: "An Adrenaline book"--Title page verso.
Description: 321 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
Contents: from The other side of Everest / Matt Dickinson --
from K2: dreams and reality / Jim Haberl --
from Everest the hard way / Chris Bonington --
from On the heights / Walter Bonatti --
from Everest: the unclimbed ridge / Chris Bonington and Charles Clarke --
from Everest Canada: the ultimate challenge / Alan Burgess and Jim Palmer --
from Fragile edge / Maria Coffey --
from Five miles high / Charles S. Houston and Robert H. Bates --
from In the throne room of the mountain gods / Galen Rowell --
from The last step / Rick Ridgeway --
Bad summer on K2 / Jon Krakauer --
from Snow in the kingdom: my storm years on Everest / Ed Webster --
from Soldiers and sherpas: a taste for adventure / Brummie Stokes --
from Camp six: an account of the 1933 Everest expedition / F.S. Smythe --
from K2: the savage mountain / Charles S. Houston and Robert H. Bates --
The K2 mystery / David Roberts.
Other Titles: Stories of survival from Everest and K2
Responsibility: edited by Clint Willis.
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