/ NEW REVIEW: Mont Blanc - The Finest Routes
"The overall feel of the book is very well polished. The photography in general is fantastic.."
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I've just had a copy turn up on my desk, looks brilliant! Very pretty and some good descriptions as well, I just need to buy a decent coffee table to put it on now.
Paul Henderson did the translation.
Looks lovely in the shop, but I've not bought a copy (yet)so haven't really read it
Lets forgive them the odd error. After all, your average punter on that route is unlikely to have those pages stuffed down his shirt!
Photos look superb - my only issue is that this ups the ante significantly for the area. It definitely isn't a new Rebuffat (that would be unfair on Monsieur Batoux and the photographers) and , for mere chubby mortals like me, the top 65 seem out of reach, rather than the top 35.
I know that it's in a different league, but the Italian "Classi et Plaisir" selection seems more balanced (but not as photogenic).
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