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Mountain Fever: Historic Conquests of Rainier: Haines, Aubrey L.
Haines, Aubrey L. Mountain Fever: Historic Conquests of Rainier
1962 Oregon Historical Society Portland 1st thus, 8vo, pp.xiii, 257, photo frontis, 15 bw photos, 3 maps, appendix, illus eps, wraps; wear top/bottom spine, good+ #12049 $7.00
History of Rainier with summary of attempts and ascents from 1852-1894. Neate H07.[read more]

Denali's Howl: The Deadliest Climbing Disaster on America's Wildest Peak: Hall, Andy
Hall, Andy Denali's Howl: The Deadliest Climbing Disaster on America's Wildest Peak
2014 US 1st, 8vo, pp.xiii, 252, 19 color photos, sketch, map, white/tan cloth; dj unclipped, fine, cloth fine #26730 $27.00
In 1967, twelve young men attempted to climb Alaska’s Mount McKinley - known to the locals as Denali - one of the most popular and deadly mountaineering destinations in the world. Only five survived. Hall, son of the park superintendent at the time, investigates the tragedy. He spent years tracking [read more]

Dead Lucky: Life After Death on Mount Everest: Hall, Lincoln
Hall, Lincoln Dead Lucky: Life After Death on Mount Everest
2008 US 1st, 8vo, pp.xv, 311, 31 color photos, sketch, map, blue cloth; dj & cloth new #25013 $24.95 $19.95
Hall was one of Australia's best known mountaineers, with a climbing career that spanned three decades, most notably in the Himalaya, Antarctica and the Andes. He had a key role in the first Australian ascent of Everest in 1984, and his account of that expedition, ‘White Limbo’, became a bestseller[read more]

Dead Lucky: Life After Death on Mount Everest: Hall, Lincoln
signedHall, Lincoln Dead Lucky: Life After Death on Mount Everest
2008 US 1st, 8vo, pp.xv, 311, 31 color photos, sketch, map, blue cloth; inscribed, dj unclipped, fine, cloth fine #27285 $35.00
Hall was one of Australia's best known mountaineers, with a climbing career that spanned three decades, most notably in the Himalaya, Antarctica and the Andes. He had a key role in the first Australian ascent of Everest in 1984, and his account of that expedition, ‘White Limbo’, became a bestseller.[read more]

First Ascent: The Life and Climbs of Greg Mortimer: Hall, Lincoln
Hall, Lincoln First Ascent: The Life and Climbs of Greg Mortimer
1997 Simon & Schuster Australia 1st, 8vo, pp.xvi, 254, 15 bw photos, wraps; vg #9715 $29.00
A nice biography of Mortimer which includes an account of the 1984 Australian Everest expedition which climbed the Great Couloir route.[read more]

Hall, Lincoln The Loneliest Mountain: The Dramatic Story of the First Expedition to Climb Mt. Minto, Antarctica
1989 Mountaineers Seattle 1st, 4to, pp.xv, 232, color frontis, 175 color photos, 3 maps, appendices, blue cloth; dj & cloth new. #6553 $39.00
A beautiful book on the Australian 1988 Bicentennial Antarctic Expedition to climb Mt. Minto located in North Victoria Land. Now out of print.[read more]

White Limbo: The First Australian Climb of Mt Everest: Hall, Lincoln
Hall, Lincoln White Limbo: The First Australian Climb of Mt Everest
1987 Weldons McMahons Point 2nd, 4to, pp.262, photo frontis, 199 color photos, map, pictorial cloth; dj fine, cloth fine #15041 $49.00 $14.00
Excellent photos of this 1984 expedition which made the first ascent of the Great Colouir route. Both Tim McCartney-Snape and Greg Mortimer summitted very late in the day. Hard to find. Neate H14, SB H04. To see all of our Sale Items, click here.[read more]

White Limbo: The First Australian Climb of Mt Everest: Hall, Lincoln
signedHall, Lincoln White Limbo: The First Australian Climb of Mt Everest
1985 Weldons McMahons Point 1st, 4to, pp.262, photo frontis, 199 color photos, map, pictorial cloth; signed, dj unclipped, fine, cloth tight, fine #22485 $79.00
Excellent photos of this 1984 expedition which made the first ascent of the Great Colouir route. Both Tim McCartney-Snape and Greg Mortimer summitted very late in the day. Hard to find. Neate H14, SB H04.[read more]

Climbing the Seven Summits: A Comprehensive Guide to the Continents’ Highest Peaks: Hamill, Mike
Hamill, Mike Climbing the Seven Summits: A Comprehensive Guide to the Continents’ Highest Peaks
2012 US 1st, square 4to, pp.317, 108 color photos, 22 maps, tables, wraps; new #26141 $29.95
A complete reference to all eight of the Seven Summits (Everest, Kilimanjaro, Denali, Aconcagua, Vinson, Elbrus, Kosciuszko, and Carstenz Pyramid). Hamill has climbed the Seven Summits himself and guided for Alaska Mountaineering School and International Mountain Guides. He provides information fo[read more]

Hanoteau, Guillaume The Alps I Love
1962 Tudor NY 1st, 8vo, np, photo frontis, 12 color & 100 bw photos, tan cloth; dj w/ 2" tear back, vg, cloth fine. #9718 $19.00
A nice photo book of the Alps with an introduction by Herzog. From the collection of American mountaineer Richard Irvin with his signature.[read more]

The Summits of Modern Man: Mountaineering after the Enlightenment: Hansen, Peter H.
Hansen, Peter H. The Summits of Modern Man: Mountaineering after the Enlightenment
2013 US 1st, 8vo, pp.x, 380, 24 bw figs, 2 maps, yellow cloth; dj & cloth new #26441 $34.99 $29.00
The history of mountaineering has long served as a metaphor for civilization triumphant. Once upon a time, the Alps were an inaccessible habitat of specters and dragons, until heroic men — pioneers of enlightenment — scaled their summits, classified their strata and flora, and banished the phantoms [read more]

Maurice Wilson: A Yorkshireman on Everest: Hanson, Ruth
Hanson, Ruth Maurice Wilson: A Yorkshireman on Everest
2008 UK 1st, 8vo, pp.199, 7 color & 14 bw photos, 3 maps, wraps; new #25104 $34.95
In 1932 Maurice Wilson was one of many who dreamed of climbing Mount Everest. But he planned to go alone, to fly to Tibet, land as high up on the mountain as he could and walk to the top. At that point he had no climbing experience and had never been in a plane, but he believed Everest was his des[read more]

Harder, Gustav & Werner Müller-Esterl Annapurna I: Der Vergessene Achttaussender
1982 Schneider München rep, 8vo, pp.251, 77 bw photos, 14 sketches, chart, 4 maps, wraps; fine. #22319 $27.00
Account of the 1980 German ascent of Annapurna which placed seven members on the summit. Includes a chronology of Annapurna expeditions from 1950 to 1980. In German, no English translation.[read more]

signedHardie, Norman In Highest Nepal: Our Life Among the Sherpas
1957 Allen & Unwin London 1st, 8vo, pp.191, photo frontis, 42 bw photos, 4 drawings, 4 maps, green cloth; signed Norman & Enid Hardie, dj chipped, vg, cloth w/ prior tape marks to fep, new rear ep, vg+. #22486 $125.00
Hardie was a member of Hillary’s 1954 Baruntse expedition and in 1955 was one of those who made the first ascent of Kangchenjunga. Following this climb he and his wife Enid stayed in the Khumbu region for a number of months living with the Sherpa people. Neate H27.[read more]

On My Own Two Feet: The Life of a Mountaineer: Hardie, Norman
signedHardie, Norman On My Own Two Feet: The Life of a Mountaineer
2006 NZ 1st, 8vo, pp.323, 39 color & 18 bw photos, 2 color & 3 bw maps, wraps; signed, fine #24588 $45.00
Norman Hardie is a New Zealand civil engineer who has lived a fascinating life. He paid his way through university by shooting deer in rugged terrain. After graduating he worked on hydro-electric projects among the mountains and, with a strong group of friends, made many first ascents on major summi[read more]

Distant Snows: A Mountaineer’s Odyssey: Harding, John
signedHarding, John Distant Snows: A Mountaineer’s Odyssey
2016 UK 1st, 8vo, pp.xiii, 338, 65 color & 62 bw photos, 15 color maps, map ep, red cloth; signed, dj & cloth new #27199 $39.95
Harding recollects his worldwide adventures spanning sixty years across Europe, Iran, East Africa, Asia, Australia, New Zealand and the Arctic. He climbed many classic peaks including Mont Blanc, Mount Kenya, and Mount Cook, explored obscure ranges, and pioneered ski mountaineering expeditions in Tu[read more]

Downward Bound: A Mad! Guide to Rock Climbing: Harding, Warren
signedHarding, Warren Downward Bound: A Mad! Guide to Rock Climbing
1990 Menasha Ridge Press Birmingham reprint, 8vo, pp.197, 41 bw photos, illus, appendices, wraps; signed Fred Beckey & Glen Denny, fine #11510 $125.00
A leading American rock climber from the 1950s to 1970s, Harding led the first ascent of the Nose of El Cap in 1958. His whimsical autobiography includes accounts of the Nose climb and his 27 day first ascent of Wall of the Early Morning Light, together with light-hearted discussion of climbing tec[read more]

A Hard Day's Summer: Six Classic North Faces Solo: Hargreaves, Alison
Hargreaves, Alison A Hard Day's Summer: Six Classic North Faces Solo
1994 Hodder & Stoughton London 1st, 8vo, pp.158, 24 color photos, map, 6 diagrams, appendices, black cloth; dj unclipped, fine, cloth pages toned as usual, else fine #9721 $85.00
The Grandes Jorasses, Matterhorn, Eiger, Badile, Dru, and Cima Grande. In 1995, Alison became the first woman to climb Everest solo, and without supplementary oxygen, following which she went on to climb K2 where, tragically, she was killed in a fierce storm during her descent. An uncommon title.[read more]

The Eiger Obsession: Facing the Mountain That Killed My Father: Harlin, John III
signedHarlin, John III The Eiger Obsession: Facing the Mountain That Killed My Father
2007 US 1st, 8vo, pp.x, 283, 69 bw photos, bw map, black/blue cloth; signed, dj unclipped, fine, cloth tight, fine #24632 $27.00 $9.00
Harlin was just nine when his acclaimed father was killed in a fall while attempting the direttissima of the notorious Eiger in 1966. Having promised his mother to not become an alpine climber, he held off the pull of the mountain until 2005 when, with an experienced team and IMAX cameras, he faced [read more]

American Alpine Club LibraryHarper, Arthur Memories of Mountains and Men
1946 Simpson & Williams Christchurch 1st, 8vo, pp.208, photo frontis, 38 bw photos, appendices, green cloth; cloth worn, corners rubbed, dj front/flaps pasted in, AAC bookplate, pages browned as usual, good+ #24865 $29.00 $26.10
Harper was one of the pillars of climbing in New Zealand, making several first ascents and conducting exploration and survey work in the 1890s with Charles Douglas and G. E. Mannering. This is his autobiographical memoir. Neate H36. This book is from the collection of the American Alpine Club L[read more]

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