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on 20 February 2002
The classic picture book for anyone with an interest in winter climbing in britain. Although climbing standards have risen, the writing and photos in this book are as inspiring as ever. As a tick list or as a way of recalling great days out this book has not been beaten. A must for all aspiring hardmen and novices alike!
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on 27 July 2014
I first bought this book when it first came out, but with the passage of timeand moving houses it got lost somewhere along the line. it still hasn't lost its impact. It was good to see some old faces.

As a piece of mountaineering history (especially Scottish) it is second to none
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on 20 December 2014
Fantastic!
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on 17 December 2004
Cold climbs reviews snow and ice climbs in Britain but be
warned if it stimulates you to buy a couple of ice-axes and
a rope - winter climbing is far,far more dangerous than
rock-climbing in the summer.Get some expert tuition at a climbing club or at a dedicated training centre.
It takes years to learn how to climb in winter -
it is never safe to do so, no matter how experienced you are.
And you need to be very fit indeed.
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