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Publisher Description

This is the story of daily happenings on the first ascent of Mount Logan’s Hummingbird Ridge in the summer of 1965.  Located in Canada’s Yukon Territory, Logan is the second-highest peak in North America.  The climb described is notable partly in light of the technical demands, which —although not extreme—were unrelenting, requiring eight camps and multiple carries over a 28-day period.  Also remarkable is the fact that the climb has not been repeated in the subsequent four-plus decades; this has lent a measure of notoriety to the route.

GENRE
Sports & Outdoors
RELEASED
2015
March 30
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
75
Pages
PUBLISHER
Westwater Books
SELLER
Belknap Photographic Services, Inc.
SIZE
14
Mb

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