The Manitoba section maintains a collection of mountaineering books, maps and videos for the benefit of section members. More items are added on a regular basis. The titles cover everything from guidebooks, technical instruction, biography, coffee table picture books to mountaineering fiction. If you would like to borrow an item, contact our section librarian, David Cormie firstname.lastname@example.org.
When Anatoli Boukreev died on the slopes of Annapurna on Christmas day, 1997, the world lost one of the greatest adventurers of our time. In Above the Clouds, both the man and his incredible climbs on Mt. McKinley, K2, Makalu, Manaslu, and Everest-including his diary entries on the infamous 1996 disaster, written shortly after his return-are immortalized. There also are minute technical details about the skill of mountain climbing, as well as personal reflections on what life means to someone who risks it every day. Fully illustrated with gorgeous color photos, Above the Clouds is a unique and breathtaking look at the world from its most remote peaks.Hiking Colorado's geology; Ralph Lee Hopkins
Reaching the highest summit in South America requires careful preparation and detailed instruction. R. J. Secor draws upon his extensive climbing experience to give mountaineers all that’s necessary to top Aconcagua’s 22,841-foot peak. This guidebook features comprehensive information on recommended equipment, safety and health precautions, and conservation issues. It details both the popular and less-traveled routes on Aconcagua reached via the Horcones Valley, South Face, and Vacas and Relinchos Valleys. Also included are a climbing history of Aconcagua and a glossary of valuable Spanish climbing phrases.Bugaboo rock: a climbing guide; Randall Green
For Canadian climbing, no group of peaks provides more variety of exposures, routes, or range of difficulty than the Bugaboos, located in the Purcell wilderness area of British Columbia. A terrific assortment of climbs to the tops of the Bugaboo spires offers unsurpassed magnificence-an encapsulated granite paradise, shut off from the rest of the world by range upon range of outlying peaks.Mountaineering: the freedom of the hills;
Since the publication of the first edition in 1960, Freedom, as the book is known, has endured as a classic mountaineering text. From choosing equipment to tying a climbing knot, and from basic rappelling techniques to planning an expedition — it’s all here in this essential mountaineering reference. A team of more than 40 experts — all active climbers and climbing educators — reviewed, revised, and updated this compendium to reflect the latest evolutions in mountaineering equipment and techniques. Major updates include a significant new chapter on conditioning, plus detailed and extensive revisions to rescue and first-response, aid climbing, and waterfall and ice climbing.
Accidents in North America Mountaineering 1985
Alpine Club of Canada by Bev Bendell
Basic Rockcraft by Royal Robbins
Beyond Everest by Patrick Morrow
Climbers Guide To Skaha by Kevin McLane
Climbers Guide To Smith Rock by Alan Watts
Climbing from Gym to Crag by S. Peter Louis & Dan Cauthron
Climbing in North America by Chris Jones
Climbing School by John Barry & Roger Moor
Denali’s West Buttress by Colby Coombs
Devils Tower N.M. by Steve Gardiner & Dick Guilmette
Extreme Alpinism by Mark F. Twight & James Martin
Extreme Landscape The Lure of Mountain Spaces edited by Bernadette McDonald
Face Climbing by John Long
First on Everest by Tom Holzel & Audrey Salkeld
Footsteps in the Clouds by Baiba & Pat Morrow
Ghosts of Everest, The Search For Mallory & Irvine by Hemmleb, Johnson, and Simonson
High Adventure, Our Ascent of Everest by Sir Edmund Hillary
How to Rock Climb by John Long
Hypothermia, Frostbite and Other Cold Injuries by James A. Wilkerson, M.D.
Ice & Mixed Climbing: Modern Technique by Will Gadd
Manitoba Climbers: A Century of Stories, edited by Mazur, Statkewich, Relkoff
Medicine for Mountaineering, 3rd Edition by James A. Wilkerson, M.D.
Mixed Emotions by Greg Child
Mountain Climbing by Jerolyn Ann Nentl
Mount Rainier: A Climbing Guide by Mike Gauthier
Performance Rock Climbing by Dale Goddard & Udo Neumann
Pushing the Limits: The Story of Canadian Mountaineering by Chic Scott
Rock Climbs in Uganda by Pasteur & H.A.Osmaston
Sea Kayaking by John Dowd
Sports Climbs in the Canadian Rockies by John Martin & Jon Jones
Summit Tales by Graeme Pole
Surviving in the Manitoba Wilderness by Ministry of Natural Resources
The Basic Essentials of RC by Mike Strassman
The Burgess Book of Lies by Adrian & Alan Burgess
The Canadian Rockies by Esther Fraser
The Canadian Rockies Trail Guide by Brian Patton and Bart Robinson
The Rock Climbers Guide To Squamish by Kevin McLane
Touching the Void by Joe Simpson
Ways to the Sky by Andy Selters
See some of the world’s best climbers ascend everything from 5.7 to 5.14 in the latest Lycra fashions!
Moving Over Stone II
This video is narrated by Spiderman’s dream date, Lynn Hill.
Rock and Ice Presents…Masters of Stone: The Ultimate Rock Video
No, it’s not a Grateful Dead reunion concert, but it’s probably just as entertaining.