Climb Every Mountain: A Journey to the Earth's Most Spectacular High Altitude Locations

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Frances Lincoln, 2006 - Mountaineering - 232 pages
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Whether we are travellers, trekkers and mountaineers or just dreamers, many of us long to make our own journeys to faraway places. Now, through Colin Monteath's superb photographs and spirited, thought-provoking text, we can be transported to the great mountain ranges of the world, to landscapes rich in culture and natural beauty.

The book offers a rich variety from accounts of Polar traverses in South Georgia and Greenland to trans-alpine treks in Nepal and Bhutan. It includes an account of the first ascent of the 7300 metre Chongtar in the Chinese Karakoram, and of expeditions to Everest and Tibet, to North America's highest peak, Denali in Alaska, and of ski tours in New Zealand's Southern Alps.

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About the author (2006)

Colin Monteath is a well-known mountaineer and photographer. He has participated in mountaineering expeditions on every continent, and his photographs have been widely published in many books and magazines. He lives in New Zealand.

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