Ecuador: A Climbing Guide

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Well, you’ll still revel in nature’s glory. Despite your training and struggling, your goal may elude you. Join  Mountain Guides International on a journey to the heart of the Bolivian Andes. There were many pitfalls on that mountain to overcome, and the last of his boys was still outside of camp. Peter Nelson / September 3, 2008 Manasseh Franklin / September 20, 2016 Exum Mountain Guide Christian Santelices hauling rocks at Mountain Athlete, an experimental training facility in Jackson, Wyoming, opened by self proclaimed gym rat Rob Shaul.

Pages: 176

Publisher: Menasha Ridge Press Inc. (October 1, 2000)

ISBN: 1871890136

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