The Mont Blanc Massif: The 100 Finest Routes

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9780195197891: The Mont Blanc Massif: The 100 Finest Routes

Classic routes on France's white mountain. Spectacular photos and detailed appendix.

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Gaston Rebuffat was born in Marseille, France in 1921 and died of cancer in Paris in 1985. He was one of the greatest French climbers in the mid-20th century. He began to climb aged 14 on his home crags, the soaring limestone cliffs at the Calenques along the Mediterranean shore and Mont Sainte-Victoire. Every summer he migrated north to climb in the Alps above Chamonix. Rebuffat became the first climber to ascend the six great north faces of the Alps. He was also a key member on the 1950 French expedition that climbed Annapurna, the first 8,000-metre peak ever climbed. Over his 50-year climbing career, he made over a thousand first ascents, including many in the Mont Blanc massif. Besides being a prolific climber, Gaston Rebuffat became a foremost mountaineering writer, despite having a very minimal formal education He wrote 20 books, wrote a regular climbing column for Le Monde newspaper, started his own publishing house in Geneva, and wrote and narrated several award-winning films.

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Text: English, French (translation)

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Gaston Rebuffat
Edité par Oxford University Press (1975)
ISBN 10 : 0195197895 ISBN 13 : 9780195197891
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Description du livre Oxford University Press, 1975. Hardcover. État : New. book. N° de réf. du libraire 195197895

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