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Headstrap: Legends and Lore from the Climbing Sherpas of Darjeeling

This book ensures that the Sherpa community gets the recognition they deserve, as no Himalayan expedition would be successful without them. For enthusiasts of mountaineering and ethnic studies.

Arctic Traverse: Thousand-Mile Summer of Trekking the Brooks Range

This book gorgeously documents the author’s journey through a wild landscape. For readers of travel memoirs and outdoor adventures.

Victory to Defeat: The British Army 1918–40

This title will mainly appeal to enthusiasts of British military history.

A Madman’s Will: John Randolph, Four Hundred Slaves, and the Mirage of Freedom

Exhaustively researched but written for a general audience, this book urges readers to consider the consequences of enslavement, racism, and the reality that manumission was less about people and more about money and power.

Hidden Mountains: Survival and Reckoning After a Climb Gone Wrong

Wejchert’s personal relationship with the climbers, especially Emmett, make for a compelling, page-turning story. This title is recommended for fans of adventure stories.

Finding Elevation: Fear and Courage on the World’s Most Dangerous Mountain

This outstanding mountaineering memoir will appeal to readers of outdoor adventure, climbers, and those who revel in successful women athletes.

The High Sierra: A Love Story

Robinson’s writing is clear, fun, and filled with joy for time spent in the mountains. This lengthy memoir will appeal to fans of Robinson and the Sierras.

Extreme North: A Cultural History

As content creators continue to find inspiration in the mythical north, readers interested in why these themes have had such longevity will find this book invaluable.

Imaginary Peaks: The Riesenstein Hoax and Other Mountain Dreams

For readers of exploration or literary adventure and those seeking the lost art of getting lost.

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