View From The Summit

View From The Summit Author Edmund Hillary
ISBN-10 9781448109371
Release 2011-10-31
Pages 416
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The first man to set foot on the summit of Everest, the man who led a team of tractors to the South Pole, the man who jetboated up the Ganges from the ocean to the sky has, for the first time, gathered all the remarkable adventures of a long life into one volume. But there is more to Edmund Hillary than this. He is also the man who repaid his debt of fame to the Himalayas by inaugurating a programme of building schools, clinics, airstrips and bridges in Nepal. With his still active support, these have gone from strength to strength in the 50 years since he himself mastered the Hillary Step and led his companion Tenzing Norgay up Everest's final summit ridge. View from the Summit is a thoughtful and honest reappraisal of a life spent pushing human ability to its limits and relishing the challenges thrown down by the elements. It is also the story of a man whom the world has taken to its heart.



The Summit

The Summit Author Gordon Korman
ISBN-10 0439411378
Release 2002
Pages 154
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As Tilt, Perry, Sammi, and Dominic prepare to ascend Mt. Everest, they must deal with low supplies, high altitude, dangerous terrain, government officials, sabotage, and an approaching storm.



The Summit

The Summit Author Friedmut Wilhelm
ISBN-10 9781481715911
Release 2013-02-12
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"The Summit" is not another book of advocacy for the environment though it is a response to such a book by biologist Edward Wilson. It asks the question, what are the root causes of the human dilemma, which now cloud our future and might render the earth unlivable at the turn of the century. "The Summit" is a hike through history and pre-history, and takes the reader to the moment when thinking was born. It challenges the concept of a profit driven society by calling for a new educational concept, which will cultivate our innate abilities like love, compassion and empathy. The new concept will make us forever aware of our interdependence with the biosphere. The dividends in terms of happiness will be much higher than an economic investment can achieve. It will usher in a new age of culture, arts and religion. The call for a New Charter of Love and Compassion must become the rallying point of all who want to ensure that we have a future on this planet. Once the Millennium Generation makes it its battle cry we will see real change happening. Asking for the purpose of your life? Here it is: help us shape and bring about the New Charter. Life will be fun again. "The Summit" is a manifesto for this purpose.



Reach for the Summit

Reach for the Summit Author Pat Summitt
ISBN-10 9780767999281
Release 1999-04-13
Pages 288
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"I'm someone who will push you beyond all reasonable limits. Someone who will ask you not to just fulfill your potential but to exceed it. Someone who will expect more from you than you may believe you are capable of. So if you aren't ready to go to work, shut this book." --Pat Summitt Pat Summitt, head coach of the University of Tennessee Lady Vols, was a phenomenon in women's basketball. Her ferociously competitive teams won the NCAA championship in 1996 and 1997 and made her the winningest coach in NCAA Division 1 women's history. Summitt wrote the first motivational book by a high-achieving female coach. In Reach for the Summit, she presented her formula for success, which she called the "Definite Dozen System." In each of the book's twelve chapters, Summitt talked about one of the system's principles--such as responsibility, discipline, and loyalty--and showed how to apply it to your own situation. Pat Summitt used her own remarkable story as a vehicle for explaining how anyone can transform herself through ambition. Through many amusing anecdotes and a few very painful memories, she revealed her mistakes and triumphs as a beginning basketball player, as an Olympic athlete, as a Division 1 coach, and as a mother. Although Summitt was not born to the easy life--she was born into a hard-working farm family in a remote corner of Tennessee--she became one of the most successful and highest-paid coaches in the country. She candidly talked about how she turned her losses into wins and then showed how you can do the same. Wonderfully entertaining and brilliantly instructive, Reach for the Summit discloses the winning secret to building a principled system and making it to the top at whatever you do. Pat Summitt's story will motivate you to achieve in sports, business, and the most important game of all--life. From the Hardcover edition.



Beyond The Summit

Beyond The Summit Author Todd Skinner
ISBN-10 9781446494516
Release 2011-09-30
Pages 208
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Todd Skinner sees climbing mountains as a natural metaphor for business challenges. To climb a mountain you must know how to define your objective, plan the best strategy, prepare your team, and surmount any obstacles on the way to the summit. This book takes the reader through this process in ten stages that apply to both real and metaphorical mountains. Skinner explains how to stay true to your vision no matter what happens, what tools you need to carry, and which preconceptions you need to leave behind. Skinner weaves these lessons into a compelling narrative, featuring the heart-stopping action of climbing the sheer rock face of Trango Tower in the Himalayas.



From the Summit

From the Summit Author Omphemetse Shuping
ISBN-10 9781597810838
Release 2005-03-01
Pages 116
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Back to the Summit

Back to the Summit Author Omer L. Rains
ISBN-10 9781614480969
Release 2011-09-01
Pages 360
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“You’ll never walk again.” California Senator Omer Rains had been a politician on the global stage, a power-broking lawyer of A-list celebrities, and conqueror of some of the highest mountains in the world. But when a paralyzing brain aneurysm and stroke hit him at age 61, he became more helpless than a small child. In Back to the Summit, Rains takes readers on a courageous journey toward recovery, both physical and spiritual, as he reflects on the people, events, and American history that shaped his life and gave him the strength to dare to walk again. Every flashback to the past offers insight into the philosophy that once saved his life and now defines his every action: “Get up from every fall, no matter how great or far, and continue to live life fully.” Those who have suffered physical trauma may find hope in his story; their loved ones may gain insight and understanding. And any reader who has ever faced a mountain of a setback will be inspired to keep on fighting to live again. Back to the Summit takes us on a journey toward physical and spiritual recovery that reminds us that anything is possible.



Beyond the Summit

Beyond the Summit Author Linda J. LeBlanc
ISBN-10 0978535308
Release 2006
Pages 280
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Literary fiction set in the Everest region in 1968 when the recent influx of tourism challenges traditions, friendships, and economics. Conflict between generations arises when the young desire what foreigners bring. The story includes an Everest expedition from a porter's point of view, Buddhist and animist rituals, Sherpa culture, Tibetan refugees, a love affair between an American journalist and Sherpa guide. It's the only work to dramatize the lives of Sherpas in fiction.



The Chicago Cubs

The Chicago Cubs Author Warren N. Wilbert
ISBN-10 1571671102
Release 1997
Pages 226
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Readers will enjoy reviewing the best seasons in Cubs history in Season at the Summit. The Chicago White Stockings, later to become Wrigleyville's loveable Cubbies, were charter members of the National League, and the only franchise that has operated continuously in the same city between the first game played on April 1876 and today. During that time, over 1,750 ballplayers have pulled on Cub uniforms, and out of that number, co-authors Warren Wilbert and William Hageman have chosen the players who have put together individual seasons of such magnificent that they have merited a top-50 billing.



The Commonwealth at the Summit

The Commonwealth at the Summit Author Commonwealth Secretariat
ISBN-10 0850923174
Release 1987-01-01
Pages 296
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Summit meetings of the Commonwealth have reflected its inherent flexibility and adaptability to the needs of its members in a changing world. This volume contains the full text of declarations, statements and communiqués issued by Commonwealth Heads of Government between 1944 and 1986. As these Communiques testify, the small association of old Commonwealth countries of 1944 has grown into a worldwide multiracial partnership. It includes important milestones of collective decision-making: the 1991 Singapore Declaration of Commonwealth Principles; the Gleneagles Declaration of 1977 seeking to bar apartheid South Africa from sporting links with Commonwealth countries; the Lusaka Accord of 1979 successfully establishing a process for Zimbabwe's independence; the Melbourne Declaration of commitment to conquering global poverty; the Goa Declaration on International Security of 1983; and the Commonwealth Accord at Nassau in 1985 agreeing measures to help end apartheid.



Ascent to the Summit of Mont Blanc

Ascent to the Summit of Mont Blanc Author Henry Martin Atkins
ISBN-10 PRNC:32101064794900
Release 1838
Pages 49
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Everest

Everest Author Stephen Venables
ISBN-10 9780306824012
Release 2014-07-15
Pages 360
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Every day, the path up the South Col route to the summit of Everest becomes a little more worn by the tread of dozens of package-tour climbers, but few dare to try the East, or Kangshung, Face, a sheer, avalanche-swept wall of snow and ice only first conquered in 1983. Five years later, Stephen Venables intensified the challenge by leading three unknown American climbers up the East Face - this time without oxygen. The question to most climbing experts wasn't whether they would summit, but whether they would live. They nearly didn't Everest: Alone at the Summit is Venables' rousing account of one of the greatest feats of twentieth century mountaineering, a triumph over doubt, the elements and the limits of human endurance that has never been repeated. "Climbers or not, all will be interested in this mountaineering thriller of a tiny band pulling off an incredible victory-an account so stirring it will be put down only to obtain a moment's breather." -- American Alpine Journal



Ascent to the summit of Mont Blanc 1834

Ascent to the summit of Mont Blanc     1834 Author Martin Barry
ISBN-10 OXFORD:600025691
Release 1835
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Two for the Summit

Two for the Summit Author Geoffrey Norman
ISBN-10 052594494X
Release 2000
Pages 242
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A journalist describes his and his teenage daughter's expeditions to climb to the summit of Grand Teton and later to the peak of Aconcagua, the highest mountain in the Andes.



Mountains of the Mind

Mountains of the Mind Author Robert Macfarlane
ISBN-10 9780307538635
Release 2009-09-09
Pages 324
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Combining accounts of legendary mountain ascents with vivid descriptions of his own forays into wild, high landscapes, Robert McFarlane reveals how the mystery of the world’s highest places has came to grip the Western imagination—and perennially draws legions of adventurers up the most perilous slopes. His story begins three centuries ago, when mountains were feared as the forbidding abodes of dragons and other mysterious beasts. In the mid-1700s the attentions of both science and poetry sparked a passion for mountains; Jean-Jacques Rousseau and Lord Byron extolled the sublime experiences to be had on high; and by 1924 the death on Mt Everest of an Englishman named George Mallory came to symbolize the heroic ideals of his day. Macfarlane also reflects on fear, risk, and the shattering beauty of ice and snow, the competition and contemplation of the climb, and the strange alternate reality of high altitude, magically enveloping us in the allure of mountains at every level.



Narrative of an ascent to the summit of Mont Blanc

Narrative of an ascent to the summit of Mont Blanc Author John Auldjo
ISBN-10 UCAL:$B566200
Release 1830
Pages 148
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To the Summit

To the Summit Author Joseph Poindexter
ISBN-10 1579120415
Release 1998
Pages 315
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Leads mountain climbers and armchair adventurers to the peaks of the fifty most awesome mountains in the world, detailing their geography, profiling their most famous climbers, and capturing them in photographs