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1001 Climbing Tips 1001 Climbing Tips

“1001 Climbing Tips is a refreshing take on the climbing guide genre. Irreverent, it has a laugh on virtually every page, but also some extremely useful advise and some points of genuine interest.” – Paul Pritchard, 2016 Banff Mountain Book Competition Jury

A Wild Promise: Prince William Sound A Wild Promise: Prince William Sound

"'A Wild Promise: Prince William Sound' is unreservedly and urgently recommended for personal, community, and academic library collections and contemporary environmental studies reading lists." - Midwest Book Review

Being Caribou Being Caribou

A research project to the Arctic National Wildlfe Preserve slowly becomes much more as the author and his wife learn to hear the earth, pay attention to their dreams and slowly change, beyond their expectations, into being caribou.

The Climbers The Climbers

“Jim Herrington’s wonderful new folio volume of portraits, titled simply The Climbers, aims at a lofty plateau. Herrington seeks to crystallize his own Golden Age…he tries not only to document the visages of his heroes in their older years, but also to plumb those faces for keys to the character beneath. It is as if Richard Avedon had photographed mountaineers rather than movie stars, minus the props and gimmicks.” - David Roberts, Sierra Magazine

Walking to the End of the World: A Thousand Miles on the Camino de Santiago Walking to the End of the World: A Thousand Miles on the Camino de Santiago

"'Walking to the End of the World' keeps us turning its pages--an elegant story woven in the seasoned voice of writer Beth Jusino, who shares great insight into her own strengths and weaknesses, relationships of all sorts, and a world view we’d all do well to consider." –Steven Watkins, author of Pilgrim Strong: Rewriting My Story on the Way of St. James

Yellowstone Migrations Yellowstone Migrations

Herds of elk, mule deer, and pronghorn antelope have migrated hundreds of miles over North America for millennia-—driven by their DNA, their routes follow ancient travel paths

Yellowstone to Yukon: Freedom to Roam Yellowstone to Yukon: Freedom to Roam

Essayists tell of their travels through the region and their experience of the land. They explain the need for Y2Y, based on new findings that reveal that isolated nature sanctuaries are a recipe for wildlife extinction.

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