Adventures on the Roof of the World
by Aubrey Le Blond
Publisher: T. F. Unwin 1907
Number of pages: 428
Tales of adventure easily intelligible to the non-climber, edited in popular form, the lessons which most adventures can teach to those who may climb themselves one day. The book should be read by all who think of Alpine climbing, and by all who love stories of adventure and feats of daring.
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