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Mello's Presentation By Giovanni Fimiani
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The Mello's brand was created in 1986 in Italy. The name stems from the Mello's Valley, which is close to the Valtellina, famous in the world for its environmental attractions, hiking trails and,... More > above all, for its climbing routes; so much so that it is widely known as "little Yosemite". The brand became widely known at international level, accompanying many famous mountain climbers up to altitudes of 8,000 meters. The Mello's collections have always been designed and made - today more than ever - to provide end consumers with a product modelled for movement using the best and most comfortable fabrics available on the market, so as to achieve the goal of providing apparel that supports rather than hinders sports activities.< Less
Niente è per caso By Manfredi Salemme
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Oltre 3000 km attraverso: Alta Via dei Monti Liguri, Sentiero Italia, Via Francigena, Sentiero del Brigante, Dorsale dei Peloritani, Dorsale dei Nebrodi, Madonie, Riserva dello Zingaro, Sentiero E1,... More > Via Alpina e tanti altri sentieri In Italia, Slovenia, Austria, Germania, Svizzera, Francia, percorsi da Manfredi Salemme dal 2005 al 2009, per ADMO e la Scienza< Less
agadir excursions By sud aventures
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A Little Bit Up: Meandering in Nepal By Ian Stanley-Eyles
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Sometimes the challenge in life is facing up to an experience well outside of your existing world. Join Ian and the members of the Thorung Five as they traverse the Annapurna Circuit in... More > Nepal. "...The incredible beauty of the mountain ranges and deep valleys of Nepal are vividly conveyed in the book. So also are the sights, sounds and smells of the bustling city of Kathmandu. Most of us will never climb mountains in Nepal but with Ian’s book all of us can vicariously experience the wonderful world 'a little bit up'." - Frank Nolan 99.9 VoiceFM “His beautifully detailed and sensitively written descriptions of the people, the journey, the food, the culture and the utterly breathtaking landscapes, have successfully taken me on all the ‘little bit ups’ and the ‘little bit downs’ of the trek around the Annapurna Ranges." - Caroline “An absolutely beautifully written book that I thoroughly enjoyed. Your descriptions of your trip made me feel like I was there trekking right beside you! ” – Eva< Less
To Be... in Borneo By Pat Ryan
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The civilized version of Pat Ryan lives and works in Upstate New York for most of the year. In December of 2009, however, he sets out on a journey to the jungles of Borneo because he hopes to... More > discover the uncivilized animal that lies within him. This book is the story of that journey.< Less
Karma Diaries By Karma Samdup
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This book is based on the true life experiences of Karma Samdup in his capacity as a high school teacher in the village of Saldang, Upper Dolpo, Nepal.
Keep the Sea on the Right - Walking the South West Coast Path in Winter By Kathryn Hough
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When Kathryn planned to walk the South West Coast Path, little did she think that she would pass through a "major disaster area" and then spend two days walking through deep snow. However... More > these were but two of the many challenges she faced on this expedition. Unexpectedly, her journey was made during the terminal illness and death of her father. The walk caught his imagination and she weaves her thoughts about her adventure in with her father's final journey. This culminated in his death the day following her completion of the circuit of his birthplace in Portland. The book is dedicated to her father and also to a colleague who died prematurely with mesothelioma the year before her walk. She is donating any profits from sale of the book equally to Dorothy House and to Exeter Hospiscare.< Less
Exploring Papingo By Frances Annear
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A guide book to walks in and around the villages of Mikro and Megalo Papingo in Zagoria, Greece. Some walks are very short - gentle exploring days; others take a couple of hours. The longest are a... More > full mountain day. Walks are described, and have a map too of the route; sometimes there is an labelled drawing as well. There is an introduction giving the history, geology and so on of the area.< Less
Kilimanjaro: Hakuna Matata By Christopher Baker
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At a height of 5,895 m above sea level, Mt. Kilimanjaro is Africa’s highest mountain, and the highest mountain on Earth it is possible to climb with no technical mountaineering experience. It... More > is this accessibility that makes Kilimanjaro such an attractive destination, with 25,000 people attempting the climb every year; it is also what attracts people with absolutely no experience of climbing or high altitudes: people like Chris Baker. Join Chris as he learns exactly what it takes to climb one of the world’s highest mountains; it is a journey that will push him to his limits as he battles against exhaustion and altitude sickness. After plunging him into the culture shock of Tanzanian life, it will whisk him from the equatorial rainforests of Africa to a world that he never knew existed, a world of unimaginable beauty and outright hostility. He will watch as his expedition comes perilously close to disaster, lose the sight in one of his eyes and lick a glacier. But will he make it to the summit?< Less
If you only walk long enough Exploring the Pyrenees By Steve Cracknell
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Revised edition, with 30 photos. In a sweeping panorama which takes in everything from hot pepper ice cream and slug sex to the legacy of the Romantic Movement and the future of the European brown... More > bear, this book is a fascinating portrait of the French Pyrenees as they move into the 21st century. It is also the story of a solitary walker and a long-distance footpath, the Pyrenean Way (GR10). When he set out from the Atlantic coast, Steve Cracknell thought he was heading for the Mediterranean on a trail which ambled through the foothills. He ended up with crampons and ice axe, crossing glaciers to tackle the highest peaks of the range. In a book which is by turns amusing and thoughtful he treads lightly across the landscape, concluding that the Pyrenees are changing rapidly. Now is the time to discover them. Reviews of the first edition: ‘A very humorous tale of adventure.’ The French Paper Book of the Month February 2010. ‘A superb and unique addition to books about the Pyrenees.’ Strider Magazine.< Less

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Cardboard Cardboard By Patrick G. Redford
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