Rock & Ice Goldline: Stories of Climbing Adventure & Tradition

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Mountaineers Books, Jan 1, 2001 - Sports & Recreation - 221 pages
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Since 1995, Greg Crouch's Goldline column has been a popular, well-respected part of Rock & Ice magazine. The 27 thrilling adventures collected here feature some of the biggest names in climbing, including Tom Patey, Chuck Pratt, Pete Schoening, and more. Including nine stories never before published, Rock & Ice Goldline: Stories of Climbing Adventure & Tradition is filled with the kind of inspiring feats that make climbing history so rich and exciting.

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About the author (2001)

Gregory Crouch grew up in Goleta, California, where he now lives with his wife, DeAnne, and their son, Ryan. He has made more than a dozen climbing expeditions on four continents, most notably in Alaska and Patagonia, and his work has appeared in National Geographic, Islands, Backpacker, Climbing, and Rock & Ice.

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