/ El Capitan - book

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sbattams - on 25 Jul 2013
I have a long flight to the states coming up and after a book perhaps by a climber autobiography style, climbing report style of climbing el cap or any other big wall.

Does anyone know of any?

Steve
Lukeva - on 25 Jul 2013
In reply to sbattams: Psychovertical!?
The New NickB - on 25 Jul 2013
In reply to sbattams:

Against the wall by Simon Yates, Patagonia rather than Yosemite.
johncoxmysteriously - on 25 Jul 2013
In reply to sbattams:

Downward Bound?

jcm
Enty - on 25 Jul 2013
In reply to sbattams:

Steve Roper's Camp 4 is excellent if you want to get psyched or a bit of Yosemite history.

E
MikeTS - on 25 Jul 2013
In reply to Enty:
> (In reply to sbattams)
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> Steve Roper's Camp 4 is excellent if you want to get psyched or a bit of Yosemite history.
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seconded

psycovertical is great too

Kipper - on 25 Jul 2013
In reply to johncoxmysteriously:
> (In reply to sbattams)
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> Downward Bound?
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Good call!

sbattams - on 26 Jul 2013
In reply to sbattams: good work now ive found some i can then see what otheres also bough on Amazon.

This should help the flight pass.

Steve
Jon Dittman - on 26 Jul 2013
In reply to sbattams: Lynn Hill's Climbing Free is a good read.
Mark Collins - on 26 Jul 2013
In reply to Jon Dittman: agreed.
seankenny - on 26 Jul 2013
In reply to Mark Collins:

+1 for Lynn Hill, also John Long is excellent.

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