The seventh grade: most extreme climbing

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Oxford University Press, Nov 21, 1974 - Sports & Recreation - 160 pages
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the book is excelent to read and is informative

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User Review  - Eugene Miya - Goodreads

This is the first of Messner's books translated into English. This is why the reading is so clunky. But it has to be rated 5-stars because of its historic significance to climbing. Messner is in a ... Read full review

Contents

The Sixth Grade
11
The Seventh Grade
17
It All Began with a Game
27
Copyright

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About the author (1974)

Since 1969, Reinhold Messner has gone on more than one hundred expeditions to the mountains and deserts of the earth. Recognized as one of the greatest mountaineers of all time, Messner does without expansion bolts, oxygen masks, or satellite phones. He has achieved a great many first ascents, conquered all fourteen of the worlds 8,000-meter peaks, succeeded in traversing Greenland, and provided an answer to the mystery of the Yeti. He is the author of Everest, The Crystal Horizon, Free Spirit, Antarctica, To the Top of the World, and All 14 Eight-Thousanders, among other titles. He lives with his family in the South Tyrol in Italy.

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