July 23, 2021

Andrew Terrill's The Earth Beneath My Feet reviewed

Despite the fact that this is part 1 of a two part story of one man's walk from the southernmost point of Italy to the northernmost point in Norway the…
December 03, 2020

New Iconic Coffee Table Book, The Man Behind The Maps: Legendary Ski Artist James Niehues

Legendary ski artist James Niehues, in tandem with Open Road Ski Company,  is proud to announce the official launch and online availability of his new coffee table book The Man…
August 27, 2020

Élisabeth Revol to release English translation of extraordinary and tragic Nanga Parbat rescue

On 1 October French climber Élisabeth Revol is to release an English translation of Vivre, the story of the infamous rescue operation that followed when she became the first woman…
May 18, 2020

Hard Rock: Great British rock climbs from VS to E4

It's 46 years since Ken Wilson launched Hard Rock to the climbing world, and in the succeeding decades it's become legendary.
July 05, 2019

Lake District Bouldering

My first impression is wow what an impressive tome. This substantial book is clearly a labour of love, with loads of dramatic action photos as well as photos of boulders…
February 20, 2019

Doug Scott’s biography of the dramatic first ascent of the Ogre is released as audiobook

Everest legend Doug Scott has released the remarkable story of his and Chris Bonington's first ascent of Pakistan’s Ogre in audiobook format.
November 01, 2018

Book Review – Dr @AshRouten reviews Polar Eskimo by Alex Hibbert

As someone with an interest not simply in purposeful Arctic expeditions, but the landscape, climate and culture of the northernmost latitudes of our planet I was particularly interested in taking…