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American Alpine Club (AAC). American Alpine Journal 1980
1980 AAC NY wraps; vg #12256 $15.00
The American Alpine Journal (AAJ) is considered to be the best mountaineering reference journal in the world. Each issue is packed with information from Alaska to Tibet. It contains articles by well-known mountaineers from around the world, a summary of the years most important climbs and expediti[read more]

American Alpine Club (AAC). American Alpine Journal 1980
1980 AAC NY wraps; near fine #9420 $25.00
The American Alpine Journal (AAJ) is considered to be the best mountaineering reference journal in the world. Each issue is packed with information from Alaska to Tibet. It contains articles by well-known mountaineers from around the world, a summary of the years most important climbs and expediti[read more]

American Alpine Club (AAC). American Alpine Journal 1981
1981 AAC NY wraps; vg+ #11152 $25.00
The American Alpine Journal (AAJ) is considered to be the best mountaineering reference journal in the world. Each issue is packed with information from Alaska to Tibet. It contains articles by well-known mountaineers from around the world, a summary of the years most important climbs and expediti[read more]

American Alpine Club (AAC). American Alpine Journal 1983
1983 AAC NY wraps; vg+ #11153 $25.00
The American Alpine Journal (AAJ) is considered to be the best mountaineering reference journal in the world. Each issue is packed with information from Alaska to Tibet. It contains articles by well-known mountaineers from around the world, a summary of the years most important climbs and expediti[read more]

American Alpine Club (AAC). American Alpine Journal 1985
1985 AAC NY wraps; fine #9423 $25.00
The American Alpine Journal (AAJ) is considered to be the best mountaineering reference journal in the world. Each issue is packed with information from Alaska to Tibet. It contains articles by well-known mountaineers from around the world, a summary of the years most important climbs and expediti[read more]

American Alpine Club (AAC). American Alpine Journal 1986
1986 AAC NY wraps; fine #9424 $25.00
The American Alpine Journal (AAJ) is considered to be the best mountaineering reference journal in the world. Each issue is packed with information from Alaska to Tibet. It contains articles by well-known mountaineers from around the world, a summary of the years most important climbs and expediti[read more]

Amery, Rt. Hon. L. S. In the Rain and the Sun: A Sequel to Days of Fresh Air
1946 Hutchinson London 1st, 8vo, pp.250, color frontis, 65 bw photos, sketch, map, blue cloth; cloth w/ front of dj tipped-in after title page, vg. #23909 $19.00
Amery, a President of the Alpine Club from 1944-6, reflects on climbs in the Alps, Rockies, Africa, and NZ which he made in the 1920's. Three mountain peaks in the world bear his name. From the collection of American mountaineer Richard Irvin with his signature. Neate A44.[read more]

signedAmy, Bernard La Montagne des Autres: Alpinisme en Pays Kurde
1972 Arthaud Paris 1st, 8vo, pp.239, 26 bw photos, 4 maps, appendices, wraps; inscribed to Ad Carter, with Ad’s bookplate, fine. #23641 $39.00
Amy describes climbs made in the little-known Cilo Dag range (13,000’) in southeastern Turkey. He and his friends were greatly helped by the local Kurds. In French, no English translation.[read more]

signedAmy, Bernard, ed Technique de l’Alpinisme
1977 Arthaud Paris 1st, 4to, pp.404, 319 bw photos, 266 figs, map, appendices, pictorial cloth; signed on tipped-in publisher’s card, w/ Ad Carter’s bookplate, issued w/o dj, cloth w/ edge tears top/bottom spine, vg. #23642 $45.00
A most comprehensive book covering all aspects of mountaineering from ethics to objectives, legalities, and technique. Heavily illustrated to supplement one’s knowledge of the language! In French, no English translation.[read more]

Nine Lives: Expeditions to Everest: Anderson, Robert Mads
signedAnderson, Robert Mads Nine Lives: Expeditions to Everest
2020 UK 1st, 8vo, pp.203, 48 color photos, wraps w/ French flaps; signed sticker, new #27709 $29.95
Anderson is an elite mountaineer with a solitary goal: to conquer Everest. After nearly getting killed on his first expedition, Anderson then led a team up a new route without oxygen or Sherpa support, climbed solo on the remote North Face to finally guide a team to the top of the world. Incorpor[read more]

To the Untouched Mountain: The New Zealand Conquest of Molamenqing, Tibet: Anderson, Warwick
Anderson, Warwick To the Untouched Mountain: The New Zealand Conquest of Molamenqing, Tibet
1983 Reed Wellington 1st, 8vo, pp.242, 34 color photos, map eps, appendices, blue cloth; dj unclipped, fine, cloth fine #12001 $27.00
A nicely done account of the 1981 New Zealand Molamenqing Expedition. At the time, this was the third highest unclimbed mountain in the world (7,703m), located on the Tibet-Nepal border near Shishapangma. The team succeeded without utilizing a reconnaissance and without high-altitude porters. Nea[read more]

Triumph on Everest: A Tribute from the Sherpas of Nepal: Ang Rita Sherpa & Susan Höivik, eds
Ang Rita Sherpa & Susan Höivik, eds Triumph on Everest: A Tribute from the Sherpas of Nepal
2003 Nepal 1st, 8vo, pp.151, 39 color & 57 bw photos, wraps; fine #22943 $19.00
An interesting item, done to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the first ascent of Everest, with a number of profiles and sections contributed by Sherpa climbers. The first section is on Mountains and Mountaineers while the second is on the Khumbu and the Sherpas. Note: This is not edited by the c[read more]

The Lost Explorer: Finding Mallory on Mount Everest: Anker, Conrad & David Roberts
Anker, Conrad & David Roberts The Lost Explorer: Finding Mallory on Mount Everest
1999 US 1st, 8vo, pp.191, 21 bw photos, brown/white cloth; dj & cloth new #17832 $22.00 $15.00
Seventy-five years following George Mallory’s disappearance on Mt. Everest, heading for the top, Conrad Anker discovered Mallory’s body lying face down in the scree at 27,000 feet. Seventeen days later Anker free-climbed the notorious Second Step. Reflecting on the climb, Anker describes his discove[read more]

Eiger: The Vertical Arena: Anker, Daniel, ed.
Anker, Daniel, ed. Eiger: The Vertical Arena
2000 US 1st, 8vo, pp.224, photo frontis, 112 color & 67 bw photos, 8 illus, 3 maps, blue cloth; dj unclipped, near fine, cloth w/ name sticker/date, else fine #24701 $39.00 $33.15
A complete climbing history of the Eiger based on the works of 17 climbers, both historical and present-day. Also includes route descriptions along with wonderful color photos. This book has become surprisingly hard to find. To see all of our Sale Items, cli[read more]

Tales of Mountaineering: Ardito, Stefano
Ardito, Stefano Tales of Mountaineering
2007 Italy 1st thus, 4to, pp.320, photo frontis, 424 color & 234 bw photos, 23 color & 34 bw illus, 9 color maps, blue cloth; dj & cloth new #24735 $35.00
A fabulously rich large-format book from Ardito. This describes the most exciting achievements on the summits of the world and includes an extensive chronology. Originally published as ‘History of the Great Mountaineering Adventures’. This book weighs 6 pounds![read more]

Army. Clothing Almanac – 8 vol
1951 4to, pp.271, 24 bw photos, charts, 16 maps (10 fldg), wraps; declassification stamps, vg. #22561 $19.00
These Dept of the Army Almanacs cover Japan, China and Korea, Western Europe, Central Europe, Middle America, Australasia, SW Pacific, and Central Pacific.[read more]

Early Days in the Range of Light: Encounters with Legendary Mountaineers: Arnold, Daniel
Arnold, Daniel Early Days in the Range of Light: Encounters with Legendary Mountaineers
2009 US 1st, thick 8vo, pp.ix, 421, 39 bw photos, map, blue cloth; dj & cloth bumped lower corner, else new #25413 $29.95
A very nice historical look at the Sierra Nevada, from 1864 – 1931, with chapters on William Brewer, Clarence King, John Muir, Bolton Colt Brown, Joseph LeConte, James Hutchinson, Ernest Andrews, Francis Farquhar, Charles Michael, and Norman Clyde. Arnold spent four years retracing the routes of the[read more]

The Best of Ascent: Twenty Five Years of the Mountaineering Experience: Ascent:
Ascent: The Best of Ascent: Twenty Five Years of the Mountaineering Experience
1993 Sierra Club SF 1st, 8vo, pp.xiv, 384, frontis, 19 bw photos, appendices, blue cloth; dj fine, cloth fine #10050 $25.00
Some of the best from Ascent. Includes fiction and non-fiction by Galen Rowell, Warren Harding, Royal Robbins, Kitty Calhoun Grissom, Terry Gifford, David Roberts, and others. Ascent was published annually as the mountaineering journal of the Sierra Club, under the primary editorship of Alan Ste[read more]

Ascent 1967 Vol 1, #1: Ascent: Sierra Club Mountaineering Journal
Ascent: Sierra Club Mountaineering Journal Ascent 1967 Vol 1, #1
May 1967 4to, pp.48, bw photos, wraps; light rubbing, near fine #23198 $125.00
This first issue is the hardest to find. In this issue:
  • Ascent of Hummingbird Ridge, Mount Logan by Allen Steck
  • Pens Over Everest by Bernard Hollowood
  • American Antarctic Mountaineering Expedition by William Long
  • A Visitor to Yosemite by Ian Howell
  • [read more]

Ascent 1973 Vol 2, #1: Ascent: Sierra Club Mountaineering Journal
Ascent: Sierra Club Mountaineering Journal Ascent 1973 Vol 2, #1
July 1973 4to, pp.64, bw photos, wraps; fine #23201 $29.00
In this issue:
  • Mirror Mirror by Ed Drummond
  • West Side Story by Greg Donaldson
  • First on Alberta by Chris Jones & Jean Weber
  • Canadian Faces in Winter, Photos by Jim Stuart
  • The North Face of Alberta by George Lowe
  • The Taurus Mountains of Tu[read more]

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