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 K2 (Mount Qogori)
New K2 (Mount Qogori)
nd China 29” x 20.5”, scale 1:100,000, color, double-sided, folded; new #25953 $39.95
A nicely detailed, color topo map showing K2 (8611m), Broad Peak (8051m), Gasherbrum I (8080m) and II (8034m). English text on the back.[read more]

Kongur Tagh – Muztag Ata
New Kongur Tagh – Muztag Ata
nd China 20.5” x 29”, scale 1:100,000, color, double-sided, folded; new #27653 $39.95
A nicely detailed, color topo map showing both Kongur Tagh (7719m) and Muztag Ata (7546m). English text on the back.[read more]

Mountainfreak Magazine #10
New Mountainfreak Magazine #10
Fall 1999 4to, pp.86, color photos, wraps; new #18726 $1.00
In this issue:
  • Profile: Galen and Barbara Rowell: A Lifetime of Adventure by Michael Powers
  • And more!
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Noijinkangsang
New Noijinkangsang
1997 China 20.5” x 29”, scale 1:50,000, color, double-sided, folded; new #27654 $9.95
A nicely detailed, color topo map showing Noijinkangsang (7206m), the highest peak of the Lhagoi Kangri range in Tibet. This was first climbed by the Chinese in 1986. English text on the back.[read more]

Nimrod: The Journal of the Ernest Shackleton Autumn School. Vol 13: [Shackleton]
New [Shackleton] Nimrod: The Journal of the Ernest Shackleton Autumn School. Vol 13
Oct 2019 Ireland 8vo, pp.161, 15 color & 28 bw photos, 7 color & 4 bw illus, 1 plan, 1 table, 2 bw maps, wraps; new #27581 $35.00
This issue contains articles on William Speirs Bruce, the First Fram Expedition (1893-96), Raymond Priestley, Kathleen Shackleton, South Orkney Islands, the importance of yachts in Arctic/Antarctic exploration, the Times Literary Supplement, book reviews and more. Previous volumes are still availabl[read more]

Tragedies and Triumph in the North: Russian Exploration of the Arctic 1910-1915: Barr, William
New Barr, William Tragedies and Triumph in the North: Russian Exploration of the Arctic 1910-1915
2019 Norway 1st, square 8vo, pp.180, 25 color & 185 bw photos, 12 maps (4 color), wraps; new #27597 $29.95
Russian attempts to reach the North Pole of navigate the Northeast Passage were just as daring and dramatic as the expeditions that took place at the same time, on the other side of the North Pole. Many ships and many men did not return to tell their tales. The fate of some expeditions is unknown ev[read more]

Living on the Edge: Bremer-Kamp, Cherie
New Bremer-Kamp, Cherie Living on the Edge
1987 Smith Layton 1st, 8vo, pp.213, photo frontis, 33 color photos, 4 maps, appendices, blue cloth; dj fine, cloth fine #9552 $25.00
Account of the 1985 first winter attempt on Kanchenjunga's north face on which Chris Chandler died.[read more]

Dr. Cook and the Yahgan Dictionary (Polar Priorities Special Supplement): Bryce, Robert M.
New signedBryce, Robert M. Dr. Cook and the Yahgan Dictionary (Polar Priorities Special Supplement)
1994 Cook Society Hurleyville v.14, 4to, pp.12, 4 bw figures, errata sheet, wraps; signed, new #9049 $5.95
Dr. Frederick Cook served as surgeon for Adrien de Gerlache’s Belgian Antarctic Expedition (1897-99). Prior to the expedition reaching Antarctica it stopped in Tierra del Fuego where Cook met Rev. Thomas Bridges. Bridges had spent 25 years among the Onas and Yahgans, two tribes of Tierra del Fuego, [read more]

Cold Hands, Warm Hearts: Burrows, Tess
New Burrows, Tess Cold Hands, Warm Hearts
2010 UK 1st, 8vo, pp.247, 13 bw photos, map, wraps; new #27586 $19.95
A grandmother of two, 60-year-old Burrows came to climbing and polar travel late in life. She has been on expeditions to Chimborazo, Kilimanjaro, and the North and South Pole. Here, she recounts her race to the South Pole to promote world peace. She not only learns to push the limits of the human bo[read more]

Solitudini di Ghiaccio: Everest, il Sogno dell’Impossibile [Solitudes of Ice: Everest, the Dream of the Impossible]: Caminati, Luciano
New Caminati, Luciano Solitudini di Ghiaccio: Everest, il Sogno dell’Impossibile [Solitudes of Ice: Everest, the Dream of the Impossible]
2014 Italy 1st, small 8vo, pp.271, wraps w/ French flaps; new #27655 $29.95
The story of Mario Trimeri, the second Italian after Reinhold Messner, to have reached the goal of the Seven Summits and the first in the world, with Romanian Coco Popescu, to have climbed the Volcanic Seven Summits, the seven highest volcanoes of the seven continents. Caminati tells of the tormente[read more]

50 Years of Alpinism: Cassin, Riccardo
New signedCassin, Riccardo 50 Years of Alpinism
1981 Diadem London 1st, 8vo, pp.207, 90 bw photos, 6 maps/diagrams, green cloth; signed, dj clipped, fine, cloth tight, fine #25864 $495.00
Autobiography of one of Italy's finest mountaineers. Cassin is synonymous with some of the most important ascents in mountaineering. He made many first ascents in the 1930's, led the team on which Bonatti made the first ascent of Gasherbrum IV (1957), led the first ascent of McKinley's Cassin Ridge [read more]

Last Port to Antarctica: Dunedin and Port Chalmers: 100 Years of Polar Service: Church, Ian
New Church, Ian Last Port to Antarctica: Dunedin and Port Chalmers: 100 Years of Polar Service
1997 New Zealand 1st, 4to, pp.136, photo frontis, 11 color & 173 bw photos, map, wraps; new #27609 $49.95
A fascinating account of all the ships and expeditions (Borchgrevink, Scott, Byrd, Ellsworth, Swan, and others) which have departed Otago Harbour for the Antarctic from the early days of exploration to the present day, and of the ships which returned to use the port’s first-class repair facilities. [read more]

Code 1244: The 1986 Mount Hood Tragedy: Conrad, Ric
New signedConrad, Ric Code 1244: The 1986 Mount Hood Tragedy
2019 US 1st, 8vo, pp.389, photo frontis, 19 bw photos, grey cloth; signed, dj & cloth new #27608 $26.99
In May 1986, a private preparatory school’s field trip made worldwide headlines. Twenty climbers began ascending what has arguably been called the second-most climbed mountain in the world – Oregon’s Mount Hood. Caught in one of the worst blizzards imaginable, they battled the elements while wait[read more]

Climbing and Exploration in the Karakoram-Himalayas: Conway, Sir William Martin
New Conway, Sir William Martin Climbing and Exploration in the Karakoram-Himalayas
1894 Unwin London 1st, thick 8vo, pp.xxviii, 709, frontis w/ tissue guard, 296 bw illus, fldg map, teg, uncut, gilt-lettered spine, black lettered & illus brown cloth; cloth w/ front hinge starting, 2 bookplates (1 from Climber’s Club Library but no other markings), map w/ orig folds & 1 small tear, very good #26530 $450.00
This first major climbing expedition to the Himalaya, 1892, was the prototype for most subsequent major expeditions. In addition to exploring the Hispar, Biafo and Baltoro areas, a first ascent of Pioneer Peak (22,600') was made, the highest point climbed at the time. A classic of Himalayan literatu[read more]

Mountain Memories: A Pilgrimage of Romance: Conway, William Martin
New Conway, William Martin Mountain Memories: A Pilgrimage of Romance
[1920] Funk & Wagnalls NY 1st, thick 8vo, pp.282, photo frontis, 15 bw photos, gold dec red cloth; cloth bright, pulled top spine, front hinge tender, vg+ #13559 $49.00
A retrospective account of Conway's climbing career. Conway conducted the first major climbing expedition to the Himalaya (1892), the first crossing of Spitsbergen (1896-97), and served as president of the Alpine Club (1902-04). Neate C106, Yak C144.[read more]

Polar Priorities: The Annual Publication of the Frederick A. Cook Society: Cook, Frederick A.
New Cook, Frederick A. Polar Priorities: The Annual Publication of the Frederick A. Cook Society
1998 Supplement Cook Society Hurleyville 4to, pp.16, 12 bw photos, 3 maps, wraps; new #17407 $3.99
This Special Supplement to the pro-Cook controversy regarding Frederick Cook’s claimed ascent of Mt. McKinley/Denali takes to task Robert Bryce, Dennis Rawlins, and Bradford Washburn who have all claimed that Cook did not make the first ascent of Denali. The six articles are:
Inspiring Achievement: The Life and Work of John Hunt: Cranfield, Ingrid, ed.
New Cranfield, Ingrid, ed. Inspiring Achievement: The Life and Work of John Hunt
2002 Inst for Outdoor Learning Cumbria 1st, 8vo, pp.ix, 251, 28 color & 12 bw photos, wraps; corners bumped from shipping, else new #27652 $24.95
An interesting collection of stories and rememberances of Sir John Hunt (1910-1998) by not only himself but also a vast number of contributors.[read more]

A Polar Affair: Antarctica’s Forgotten Hero and the Secret Love Lives of Penguins: Davis, Lloyd Spencer
New Davis, Lloyd Spencer A Polar Affair: Antarctica’s Forgotten Hero and the Secret Love Lives of Penguins
2019 US 1st, 8vo, pp.ix, 358, 45 color & 16 bw photos, blue/white cloth; dj & cloth new #27596 $29.95
George Murray Levick was a physician on Robert Falcon Scott’s tragic Antarctic expedition of 1910. Marooned in the Antarctic, both on Cape Ader and in a snow cave on Inexpressible Island, Levick passed the time by becoming the first man to study penguins up close. His findings were so shocking to Vi[read more]

Dangerous Work: Diary of an Arctic Adventure: Doyle, Arthur Conan
New Doyle, Arthur Conan Dangerous Work: Diary of an Arctic Adventure
2012 US 3rd prtg, thick 8vo, pp.368, photo frontis, 18 color & 44 bw photos, 4 bw illus, diagram, map, illus eps, black cloth; dj & cloth new #27591 $34.95
In 1880 a young medical student named Arthur Conan Doyle (1859-1930) embarked upon the “first real outstanding adventure” of his life, taking a berth as ship’s surgeon on an Arctic whaler, the Hope. The voyage took him to unknown regions, showered him with dramatic and unexpected experiences, and pl[read more]

Karakoram and Western Himalaya 1909: An Account of the Expedition of HRH Prince Luigi Amedeo of Savoy Duke of the Abruzzi: Filippi, Filippo de
New Filippi, Filippo de Karakoram and Western Himalaya 1909: An Account of the Expedition of HRH Prince Luigi Amedeo of Savoy Duke of the Abruzzi
1912 Constable London 1st, thick 4to, 2 vol, vol I pp.xvii, 469, frontis, 25 bw plates, 2 color & 228 bw photos (7 pans), apps, teg, uncut, w/ vol II List of Pans, Maps & Index, 18 bw fldg pans, 3 color fldg maps, 16-page Index pamphlet, orig 1/4 vellum/green buckram slipcase; xlib, vol I spine darkened/rubbed, ‘Glasgow Herald Library’ stamp bottom title page, blindstamp ‘Presentation Copy’ title page, tight, vol II spine darkened/worn, two lib stamps on pamphlet cover, box corners opened, pans/maps w/ orig folds, no tears, vg- #27604 $3,400.00
A Presentation Copy of the Scarce ¼ Vellum Binding Edition The Duke of Abruzzi’s 1909 expedition to K2 was a major undertaking. In addition to reaching 6640m on the Abruzzi Ridge, they surveyed, mapped, and photographed a large portion of the Baltoro Glacier. They also attempted Chogolisa, reachi[read more]

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