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Cover of 8000 metres
11 Dec 2013
26.5 x 29.0 x 2.1cm
1st Published
8 Oct 2013
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8000 metres

Climbing the World's highest mountains

by Alan Hinkes
Published by Cicerone Press

In this book, renowned mountaineer Alan Hinkes relates his experiences of climbing all 14 of the peaks over 8000m: the world's highest mountains. Alongside stunning photography, he describes his expeditions - many as Alpine-style ascents - capturing the beauty, harshness and danger of these mountains.

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Cover: Hardback
Size: 26.5 x 29.0 x 2.1cm
Weight: 1560g

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