Celebration of Alan Blackshaw - London - 26th Novby Jack Geldard - UKC Chief Editor Sep/2012
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Nick Colton of the BMC described Alan:
He was perhaps best known for the book Mountaineering – from Hillwalking to Alpine Climbing (1966) published by Penguin books that many people simply called Blackshaw's Mountaineering. It was the seminal text of its day that was regarded by many as the Bible of climbing and mountaineering."
WHEN: Monday 26th Nov. 2012, 6.30 pm
WHERE: Royal Marines Reserves 351 Merton Road, Southfields, London SW18 5JX
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