Patagonia Yosemite In The Sixties Hardcover Book

Patagonia Yosemite In The Sixties Hardcover Book
Patagonia Yosemite In The Sixties Hardcover Book
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Yosemite In The Sixties Hardcover Book by Patagonia
You and your climber friends will drool over Patagonia's Yosemite In the Sixties Hardcover Book for ages. Inspired by Ansel Adams, Glen Denny mastered black-and-white photographs of Yosemite's most beautiful walls and the pioneers who first ascended them. Also included with these stunning images are essays about the consciousness of climbers, the culture of camp 4, and historical first ascents written by Patagonia's founder Yvon Chouinard, American historian Kevin Starr, and legendary climber Steve Roper.

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