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Women Who Dare

Author : Chris Noble
ISBN : 9781493007189
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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A celebration of feminine beauty, athleticism, wisdom, and skill—Women Who Dare profiles twenty of America’s most inspiring women climbers ranging from legends like Lynn Hill to the rising stars of today, with stunning color photography by veteran adventure photographer Chris Noble.

Women Who Dare

Author : Chris Noble
ISBN : 0762783710
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
File Size : 72. 89 MB
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A celebration of feminine beauty, athleticism, wisdom, and skill—Women Who Dare profiles twenty of America’s most inspiring women climbers ranging from legends like Lynn Hill to the rising stars of today. The book is both inspirational and aspirational — as each climber tells her story in her own words, highlighting her personal challenges, accomplishments, and philosophy, as well as providing readers with practical how-to suggestions on maximizing not only their own potential in climbing but in life. The profiles are complemented by stunning color photographs by leading adventure photojournalist Chris Noble. Forewords by leading women climbers Steph Davis and Sasha DiGiulian round out the package! Featured climbers: Lynn HillSasha DiGiulianEmily HarringtonLisa HathawaySteph DavisKitty CalhounRobyn Erbesfield-RaboutouAlex PuccioLisa RandsBeth RoddenAngie PayneAlison OsiusLauren Lee McCormickMadaleine SorkinKate RutherfordJacinda (JC) HunterNancy FeaginBrittany GriffithElaina Arenz SmithDawn Glanc

Why We Climb

Author : Chris Noble
ISBN : 9781493018543
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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Why We Climb is a celebration, in word and image, of those aspects of the climbing life that are most universal, meaningful, and long lasting— the strong connection to partners and nature; the physical and mental mastery required (and how to achieve it); the rewards of exploring oneself and the world through climbing. Through interviews with some of North America’s most notable climbers the book undertakes a quest to find the soul of climbing— asking what compels men and women to dedicate their lives to the challenges and deprivations of living in a vertical world? What are the sacrifices and what are the rewards? And most importantly, can the lessons learned on cliff faces, frozen waterfalls, and alpine peaks— lessons of respect, discipline, commitment, humility and simplicity—be brought home and used to benefit society as a whole?

Climbing Free

Author : Lynn Hill
ISBN : 0393324338
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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The memoirs of the woman rock climber who was the first person to accomplish a "free ascent" of the Nose on Yosemite's El Capitan describe her early days as a Hollywood stunt artist, friendships with other climbers, near-fatal eighty-foot fall, and personal strategies. Reprint. 15,000 first printing.

Learning To Fly

Author : Steph Davis
ISBN : 9781451652079
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
File Size : 45. 43 MB
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WITH A NEW EPILOGUE BY THE AUTHOR World-class free climber Steph Davis delivers a “thrilling and infectiously interesting” (San Francisco Book Review) memoir about rediscovering herself through love, loss, and the joy of letting go. The paperback includes a new epilogue in which Davis shares how her husband Mario’s tragic accident has affected her relationship to climbing and flying. Steph Davis is a superstar in the climbing community and has ascended some of the world’s most challenging and awe-inspiring peaks. But after her first husband makes a controversial climb in a national park, the media fallout escalates rapidly and in one fell swoop leaves her without a partner, a career, a source of income...or a purpose. In the company of only her beloved dog, Fletch, Davis sets off on a search for a new identity and discovers skydiving. Falling out of an airplane is completely antithetical to the climber’s control she’d practiced for so long, but she perseveres, turning each daring jump into an opportunity to fly, first as a skydiver, then as a base jumper. As she opens herself to falling, she also finds the strength to open herself to love again, even in the wake of heartbreak. And before too long, she meets someone who shares her passion for living life to the limit. With gorgeous black-and-white photos throughout, Learning to Fly is Davis’s fascinating account of her transformation. From her early tentative skydives, to zipping into her first wingsuit, to surviving devastating accidents against the background of breathtaking cliffs, to soaring beyond her past limits, she discovers new hope and joy in letting go.

Sweet Savage Eden

Author : Heather Graham
ISBN : 9780307815767
Genre : Fiction
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From a marriage of convenience, a fierce, all-consuming love was born. From the first time Jasmine’s eyes met those of Lord Jamie Cameron in a smoky British inn, theirs was the wrong kind of attraction—not gentle, slow, and easy, but hot, hard, and all-consuming. The illegitimate daughter of an actress and duke, Jassy had dreams no man could wrench from her in a moment of desire. She’d resist this bold nobleman with all the strength of her soul. But her golden hair, fiery temperament, and indomitable spirit obsessed Lord Cameron . . . and he wanted her with him when he sailed for the new wilderness called Virginia. So he had a bargain for the spit-fire Jassy, one that only a very special woman would dare to make.

No Horizon Is So Far

Author : Liv Arnesen
ISBN : 0738207942
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Offers a firsthand account of the 2000-2001 odyssey of Liv Arnesen and Anne Bancroft across the continent of Antarctica on foot, describing their difficult journey across 1,700 miles of harsh terrain in below freezing temperatures.

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