New PDF release: Seventy Summits

By Vern Tejas

ISBN-10: 1681570475

ISBN-13: 9781681570471

As a hiking advisor, it used to be Vern Tejass activity to climb the tallest and most deadly mountains on the earth. constantly rebellious, Tejas by no means met a problem he couldnt triumph over, even the daunting job of hiking Mount Everest. in reality, he climbed the entire tallest mountains on all of the seven continents greater than ten instances every one. Seventy Summits is his story of the wonder, chance, and wonderful freedom of hiking and what it has given him all through his lifestyles. Climb Mt. McKinley with Tejas as he battles severe chilly. Scale Aconcagua and its windy peaks. Mont Blanc offers appealing perspectives, yet Mt. Elbrus towers over the eu continent. The Roof of Africa is tried by way of 35,000 humans every year, yet Mt. Kilimanjaro isnt as pleasant because it seems and lots of humans get hypothermia in this tropical mountain. Antarcticas Mt. Vinson boasts the final real frontier, a high priced hiking journey that retains getting a growing number of dear. Take a holiday on Mt Koscuiszko. As Australias tallest mountain, its virtually a walk within the park at 7,310 ft. ultimately, sign up for Tejas at the tallest mountain on the earth: Mt. Everest. higher but, examine him doing them all ten occasions each.

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