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Firstbrook, Peter Lost on Everest: The Search for Mallory & Irvine
1999 UK 1st, 8vo, pp.224, 40 bw photos, 4 maps, appendices, black cloth; dj & cloth new. #17498 $24.95 $22.45
Firstbrook, producer of the BBC film ‘Lost on Everest’, explores the events that led up to the fateful expedition, traces the momentous eventful history of Everest climbs, and concludes with the exciting story of the search for Mallory and Irvine and the attempt to resolve one of mountaineering’s gr[read more]

Fisher, David E. Across the Top of the World: To the North Pole by Sled, Balloon, Airplane and Nuclear Icebreaker
1992 Random House NY 1st, 8vo, pp.256, 16 color photos, map eps, blue cloth; dj & cloth new. #9109 $19.00
Fisher traversed the Arctic Ocean on the Soviet icebreaker 'Soyuz' and recounts his voyage as well as those who have gone before.[read more]

From a Tramp’s Wallet: A Life of Douglas William Freshfield: Fisher, Hervey
signedFisher, Hervey From a Tramp’s Wallet: A Life of Douglas William Freshfield
2001 UK 1st, 8vo, pp.xi, 307, photo frontis, 28 bw photos, 14 drawings, 2 maps, appendix, burgundy cloth; signed, dj clipped, fine, cloth w/ inscription, fine #22296 $25.00 $19.00
Freshfield was a member of the privileged class and thus was able to devote his life to mountain exploration and the promotion of geographical study, starting in 1863 with his record of being the youngest schoolboy to scale Mont Blanc. His three expeditions to the unknown Caucasus and to the unmappe[read more]

Bibliography of American Mountaineering Ascents: Fisher, Joel. E.
Fisher, Joel. E. Bibliography of American Mountaineering Ascents
1946 AAC NY 1st, 8vo, pp.299, brown cloth; issued w/o dj, cloth fine #23358 $45.00 $34.00
A most useful reference to early ascents with references to a wide variety of sources – AJ, AAJ, Appalachia, CAJ, Harvard Mountaineering Bulletin, Mazama, Mountaineer, Sierra Club Bulletin, Trail & Timberline, and others. To see all of our Sale Items, click [read more]

Shackleton and the Antarctic: Fisher, Margery & James
Fisher, Margery & James Shackleton and the Antarctic
1958 Houghton Mifflin Boston 1st, 8vo, pp.xvi, 559, 79 bw photos, 30 illus, plan, 6 maps, appendices, map eps, blue cloth; dj w/ edge wear, fold lines, unclipped, good+, cloth w/ spotting to edges, very good #26655 $45.00
An excellent, early biography of Shackleton as the Fisher’s were the first biographers to have access to Shackleton’s diaries, papers, and letters held by his family and numerous institutions, as well as survivors from his expeditions. Uncommon. Conrad p.217, Karrow 216, Meadows 442, Renard 538,[read more]

Expedition Yukon: Fisher, Marnie, ed.
Fisher, Marnie, ed. Expedition Yukon
[1972] Thomas Nelson Canada 1st, 8vo, pp.200, 16 color & many bw photos, appendices, map eps, blue cloth; xlib, dj unclipped, vg, cloth w/ bookplate remnant & withdrawn stamp on half-title, withdrawn stamp on top page edge, vg #13692 $9.00 $7.00
The 1967 Yukon Alpine Centennial Expedition placed over 250 climbers in the St. Elias Mountains and made many first ascents in the Centennial Range. This is the complete account of what was the largest mountaineering expedition ever to take place. To see all of our Sale Items,
Fitz Roy. Chaltel (Fitz Roy)
1985 June Cuadernos de Alpinismo Barcelona 1st, 8vo, pp.45, 12 bw photos, 13 route drawings, 9 maps, wraps; fine. #21835 $24.00
This edition of the Cuadernos is devoted to Argentina’s Fitz Roy (3441m) and contains a listing of ascents through 1984. In Spanish, no English translation.[read more]

Climbs in the New Zealand Alps: Being an Account of Travel and Discovery: Fitzgerald, E. A.
American Alpine Club LibraryFitzgerald, E. A. Climbs in the New Zealand Alps: Being an Account of Travel and Discovery
1896 Scribner’s NY 1st, thick 8vo, pp.xvi, 363, frontis w/ tissue guard, 48 bw photos/illus w/ tissue guards, 10 text illus, lg color fldg map in rear pocket, teg, uncut, brown cloth w/ leather title patches; cloth & title patches rubbed, hinges cracked, frontis loose/dampstained, damp/wrinkling to lower margins, miss fldg map, fair #24842 $145.00 $104.40
Fitzgerald made a number of good climbs after losing the first ascent of Mount Cook to local climbers. Both he and his book were unpopular with New Zealand mountaineers. His light-hearted style of writing also met with critical disapproval. Neate F36. This book is from the collection of the Am[read more]

Climbs in the New Zealand Alps: Being an Account of Travel and Discovery: Fitzgerald, E. A.
American Alpine Club LibraryFitzgerald, E. A. Climbs in the New Zealand Alps: Being an Account of Travel and Discovery
1896 Scribner’s NY 1st, thick 8vo, pp.xvi, 363, frontis w/ tissue guard, 48 bw photos/illus w/ tissue guards, 10 text illus, lg color fldg map in rear pocket, teg, uncut, brown cloth w/ leather title patches; cloth title patches rubbed, DPL, Gabel, & AAC/Gabel bookplates, hinges taped, DPL stamp to title/copyright pages & top edge, map w/ splits along folds, good #24841 $195.00 $140.40
Fitzgerald made a number of good climbs after losing the first ascent of Mount Cook to local climbers. Both he and his book were unpopular with New Zealand mountaineers. His light-hearted style of writing also met with critical disapproval. Neate F36. DPL (Denver Public Library) – For a time, [read more]

The Highest Andes: A Record of the First Ascent of Aconcagua and Tupungato in Argentina, and the Exploration of the Surrounding Valleys: Fitzgerald, E. A.
Fitzgerald, E. A. The Highest Andes: A Record of the First Ascent of Aconcagua and Tupungato in Argentina, and the Exploration of the Surrounding Valleys
1899 Scribner’s NY 1st, thick 8vo, pp.xvi, 390, photo frontis w/ tissue guard, 46 bw photos (1 fldg & 11 w/ tissue guards), 7 text illus, 1 (of 2) fldg maps, appendices, green cloth; cloth rubbed, spine darkened, miss 1 fldg map, good+ #24844 $129.00
The account of the first, and second, ascent of the highest mountain in the Western Hemisphere. Fitzgerald had accompanied Sir Martin Conway on his tour of the Alps and led an expedition to attempt New Zealand’s Mt. Cook. On this large expedition he himself failed to reach the summit, and never cli[read more]

Mawson and the Ice Men of the Heroic Age: Scott, Shackleton and Amundsen: Fitzsimons, Peter
Fitzsimons, Peter Mawson and the Ice Men of the Heroic Age: Scott, Shackleton and Amundsen
2011 Australia 1st, thick 8vo, pp.xxvi, 737, 40 bw photos, 7 maps, photo eps, blue cloth; dj & cloth new #26227 $39.95
Sir Douglas Mawson, born in 1882 and knighted in 1914, remains Australia's greatest Antarctic explorer. On December 2, 1911, his Australian Antarctic Expedition left Hobart to explore the virgin frozen coastline below Australia, 2000 miles of which had never felt the tread of a human foot. After s[read more]

And Death Walks with Them: Above Eight Thousand Metres with Pakistani Porters from Shimshal: Fladt, Christiane
Fladt, Christiane And Death Walks with Them: Above Eight Thousand Metres with Pakistani Porters from Shimshal
2017 Pakistan 1st, 8vo, pp.xii, 203, 55 color & 3 bw photos, dark/light blue cloth; dj & cloth new #27333 $29.95
Fladt throws light on the uncelebrated lives of some of Pakistan’s High Altitude Porters (HAPs), who help mountaineers climb the Pakistan-based eight-thousand-metre peaks. The author has attempted to delve into their lives by digging out adventure and drama in their stories, which makes her work a s[read more]

Fleming, Fergus Killing Dragons: The Conquest of the Alps
2000 UK 1st, 8vo, pp.ix, 398, 30 bw illus, map, blue cloth; dj & cloth new. #21531 $39.95 $29.95
For centuries Europeans shunned the Alps, fearing them to be realms of icy terror, inhospitable regions that harbored dragons, demons, witches, and all sorts of alien beings. Yet their fear eventually turned to curiosity and Fleming recounts the incredible exploits of the men who explored Europe's [read more]

Fleming, Jon & Ronald Faux Soldiers on Everest: The joint Army Mountaineering Association Royal Nepalese Army Mount Everest Expedition 1976
1977 HMSO London 2nd, small 8vo, pp.xvi, 239, 4 color & 41 bw photos, 3 sketches, appendices, wraps; fine. #23429 $20.00
This paperback is the only edition of the account of this expedition which placed two on the summit, both of whom suffered severe frostbite. Neate F42, SB F16, Yak F72.[read more]

Fleming, Jon & Ronald Faux Soldiers on Everest: The joint Army Mountaineering Association Royal Nepalese Army Mount Everest Expedition 1976
1977 HMSO London 1st, small 8vo, pp.xvi, 239, 4 color & 41 bw photos, 3 sketches, appendices, wraps; vg. #24008 $25.00
This paperback is the only edition of the account of this expedition which placed two on the summit, both of whom suffered severe frostbite. From the collection of American mountaineer Richard Irvin with his signature. Neate F42, SB F16, Yak F72.[read more]

Fleming, Peter Bayonets to Lhasa: The First Full Account of the British Invasion of Tibet in 1904
1984 Oxford Hong Kong rep, 8vo, pp.319, photo frontis, 29 bw photos, 5 maps, wraps; near fine #24256 $5.00 $4.00
Account of events surrounding Younghusband’s 1904 expedition to Tibet. From the collection of American mountaineer Richard Irvin with his signature. To see all of our Sale Items, click here.[read more]

Fleming, Peter News from Tartary: A Journey from Peking to Kashmir
1936 Scribner’s NY 1st, 8vo, pp.384, photo frontis, 54 bw photos, 2 maps (1 fldg), tan cloth; dj vg, cloth near fine. #24257 $45.00
In 1935, Fleming and Ella Maillart undertook a seven-month journey across 3700 miles of desert and upland, through ice and sand, through hunger and thirst from Peking to Kashmir. Harder to find with the jacket. From the collection of American mountaineer Richard Irvin with his signature.[read more]

signedFleming, Peter News from Tartary: A Journey from Peking to Kashmir
1982 Tarcher LA reprint, 8vo, pp.385, 27 bw photos, 2 maps, wraps; signed Tom Hornbein, vg. #24009 $12.00
In 1935, Fleming and Ella Maillart undertook a seven-month journey across 3700 miles of desert and upland, through ice and sand, through hunger and thirst from Peking to Kashmir. Originally published in 1936 this edition contains an introduction by Harrer.[read more]

On the Nose: A Lifelong Obsession with Yosemite's Most Iconic Climb: Florine, Hans w/ Jayme Moye
Florine, Hans w/ Jayme Moye On the Nose: A Lifelong Obsession with Yosemite's Most Iconic Climb
2016 US 1st, 8vo, pp.xvi, 204, 28 color photos, appendices, pictorial cloth; issued w/o dj, cloth new #27183 $24.95
Hans Florine is a big-wall climbing legend in his own time. He holds the speed record on the Nose route of El Capitan, a 3,000-foot granite cliff in Yosemite Valley that’s considered the Everest of the rock-climbing world. Ascending the Nose takes most climbers anywhere from 12 to 96 hours. Florine,[read more]

Up: My Life’s Journey to the Top of Everest: Fogle, Ben & Marina
Fogle, Ben & Marina Up: My Life’s Journey to the Top of Everest
2018 UK 1st, 8vo, pp.xviii, 269, 42 color photos, photo eps, blue cloth; dj & cloth new #27474 $39.95
In April 2018, seasoned adventurer Ben Fogle and Olympic cycling gold medallist Victoria Pendleton, along with mountaineer Kenton Cool, took on their most exhausting challenge yet - climbing Everest for the British Red Cross to highlight the environmental challenges mountains face. It would be harro[read more]

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