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To the Top of Central America: Bagging volcanoes in Guatemala (Footsteps on the Mountain travel diaries Book 19)
 
 

To the Top of Central America: Bagging volcanoes in Guatemala (Footsteps on the Mountain travel diaries Book 19) [Kindle Edition]

Mark Horrell

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Guatemala sits on the junction of three of the world’s major tectonic plates, suffers frequent earthquakes and has a chain of thirty volcanoes running along the plate boundary parallel to the Pacific Ocean, four of which are active. It's not the sort of place most people think of spending their Christmas holidays, but that's exactly what Mark Horrell did.

Accompanied by a disparate group of Brits, Americans, Irishmen, Greeks and Guatemalans, he sets out to climb seven volcanoes in eleven days, including Volcan Tajumulco, the highest mountain in Central America.

As a mountaineer he is used to contending with objective dangers such as storms and avalanches, but he has never been turned back by thermal activity, and with volcanic gases emitting powerful fumes and the risk of being hit by flying debris a remote possibility, summit success is far from guaranteed. How would the top of Central America compare with other peaks he's climbed?

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  • Language: English
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I'm a mountaineer, adventure travel blogger, diarist and digital communications consultant from the United Kingdom, who divides his time between helping organisations with all things web and social media, and travelling extensively in the world's greater mountain ranges. In May 2012 I achieved a long-held ambition by reaching the summit of Everest.

You can read my blog at www.markhorrell.com.

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Amazon.com: 4.0 out of 5 stars  2 reviews
4.0 out of 5 stars i bought all his books 15 Feb 2014
By Jane Susan Andraka - Published on Amazon.com
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ok it's not deathless prose but i really enjoy these well written books that give me a feel of "i was there' without having to set up my tent in the rain or eat horrible food!! great series!!
4.0 out of 5 stars Not sure I would have liked it as much if I was not familiar with ... 20 Sep 2014
By cozieheart - Published on Amazon.com
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It is a quick read. Interesting because I have been to Guatemala. Not sure I would have liked it as much if I was not familiar with the area, but it is a good little book.
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