An instruction manual for those wishing to cross glaciers safely and know the full range of crevasse rescue techniques. The character and structure of glaciers is described together with seasonal variations and differences caused by climate or altitude.
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This is a clearly written, well-illustrated, definitive reference on glacier travel and crevasse rescue. The new, second edition includes expanded and updated information on technical improvements and safety, new sidebars providing extra lessons on the techniques presented, and a larger format with more photographs.About the Author:
Andy Selters has climbed all over North America, Mexico, and Asia and has spent time as a guide and trainer for the American Alpine Institute in Bellingham, Washington. He is the author of four mountain guidebooks and numerous mountaineering articles. He lives in Bishop, California.
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