Climb - Stories of Survival from Rock, Snow and Ice (PB, 2000, First Ed.)
Content Description: Edited by Clint Willis. Offers the world's best writing about mountaineering in all its forms - from the rigors and risks of high-altitude climbing on Everest to the challenges of scaling El Capitan's 3000 vertical feet. Many of the selections are about danger and its consequences. Contents include photographs, introduction, 16 stories from contributors, acknowledgments, bibliography, and about the editor. An "Adrenaline" book.
Condition Description: Good. Only visible damage is a red line along bottom of text, 1/2" from spine. There are no other defects noted.
Publisher: Thunder's Mouth Press.
Number of Pages: 259
Dimensions: 6 1/8" x 9" x 3/4"
Country of Manufacture: United States