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Elbrus By Any Means: An unconventional ascent of Europe's highest mountain (Footsteps on the Mountain travel diaries Book 18)
Elbrus By Any Means: An unconventional ascent of Europe's highest mountain (Footsteps on the Mountain travel diaries Book 18)
Mark Horrell
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The British mountaineer Wilfrid Noyce once said the sport of mountaineering has no rules and only one absolutely general principle: that of ‘getting up’.He probably wasn't thinking of Elbrus when he said this. The highest point in Europe is a curiously incongruous mountain, a dormant... Read More

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