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A Night On the Ground A Day in the Open

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A Night On the Ground A Day in the Open

Postby Kerstin » Sun Jul 23, 2006 5:01 pm

I'd like to recommend this book by Doug Robinson. The book's title really explains what this book is all about. Some chapter titles are:

Wanderers of the Range of Light--How old is the tradition of Sierra vagabonds?

Mountaineering Means Just Glad to Be Here

Running Talus

Moving Over Stone

Fool for Stone

A High Route Fit for the Sierra

This is a book that I've read again and again over the years. I'd highly recommend it to anyone interested in backcountry skiing, rock climbing and mountaineering and just enjoying that feeling of being alive in the mountains.

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