Climbing - Instruction - Rock Climbing Complete Guide To Climbing & Mountaineering

 

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This ia a comprehensive, full-colour manual providing a complete reference for climbers of every level and discipline.It covers all the skills, safety issues and equipment necessary for the key climbing disciplines: mountains, bouldering and climbing walls, summer climbing, winter climbing, big wall and expedition climbing. This title is extensively illustrated throughout, with practical diagrams as well as inspirational and instructive images covering everything from the basic saftey, equipment and techniques to advanced-level mountaineering on some of the world's toughest ascents.It is one of very few books on the market that is so comprehensive, internationally relevant and covers so many different types of climbing. It is written by an experienced and highly-regarded author and instructor.

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