Happy Climbing Tells No Tales

£5.95

Judith Brown's essays are packed full of wittily observed portraits of the climbing and hill folk that she knows so well from her many climbing trips all over the world made from her base in the northern Lake District.

Stock Code: JBR HC

Approximate Packed Weight: 0.176kg

Happy Climbing Tells No Tales

Happy Climbing Tells No Tales
£5.95
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Rarely is climbing fiction worth reading: generally it is dismal stuff full of miserable characters who can't pay their bills and spend their days on the dole gazing out of rain spattered windows in some grim northern town. All thoroughly depressing - there are some notable exceptions of course but sadly they are few and far between.

Judith Brown's essays are different. Packed full of wittily observed portraits of the climbing and hill folk that she knows so well from her many climbing trips all over the world made from her base in the northern Lake District, they are also well written and a pleasure to read.

Paperback, 21.5cm x 14cm, 114 pages.

Published 2007.

ISBN: 978-0955498-00-8

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