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Epub 1865 the Golden Age of Mountaineering An illustrated æ clinback.co æ

From the Wetterhorn in 1854 to the Matterhorn in 1865 from triumph to tragedy the Alps were conuered in a decade It was what Reverend WAB Coolidge called the 'golden age of alpinism' the era of the first great guides Christian Almer Melchoir Anderegg Michel Croz and gentlemen climbers Leslie Stephen John Tyndall Edward Whymper Almost all European Alpine clubs were founded during this period crowned by the successful ascents of the Aiguille Verte the Matterhorn and the Brenva face of Mont Blanc Summits were no longer scaled in the name of science but for the beauty and difficulty of ascents that embodied the pleasure of the 'noble sport' of mountaineering as invented during this golden decade1865 the Golden Age of Mountaineering by Gilles Modica documents this great time in the history of alpinism Illustrated with 350 photographs and illustrations and lavishly produced it is co published in English and French by Vertebrate Publishing and Editions PaulsenFrom the Wetterhorn in 1854 to the Matterhorn in 1865 from triumph to tragedy the Alps were conuered in a decade It was what Reverend WAB Coolidge called the 'golden age of alpinism' the era of the first great guides Christian Almer Melchoir Anderegg Michel Croz and gentlemen climbers Leslie Stephen John Tyndall Edward Whymper Almost all European Alpine clubs were founded during this period crowned by the successful ascents of the Aiguille Verte the Matterhorn and the Brenva face of Mont Blanc Summits were no longer scaled in the name of science but for the beauty and difficulty of ascents that embodied the pleasure of the 'noble sport' of mountaineering as invented during this golden decade1865 the Golden Age of Mountaineering by Gilles Modica documents this great time in the history of alpinism Illustrated with 350 photographs and illustrations and lavishly produced it is co published in English and French by Vertebrate Publishing and Editions PaulsenFrom the Wetterhorn in 1854 to the Matterhorn in 1865 from triumph to tragedy the Alps were conuered in a decade It was what Reverend WAB Coolidge called the 'golden age of alpinism' the era of the first great guides Christian Almer Melchoir Anderegg Michel Croz and gentlemen climbers Leslie Stephen John Tyndall Edward Whymper Almost all European Alpine clubs were founded during this period crowned by the successful ascents of the Aiguille Verte the Matterhorn and the Brenva face of Mont Blanc Summits were no longer scaled in the name of science but for the beauty and difficulty of ascents that embodied the pleasure of the 'noble sport' of mountaineering as invented during this golden decade1865 the Golden Age of Mountaineering by Gilles Modica documents this great time in the history of alpinism Illustrated with 350 photographs and illustrations and lavishly produced it is co published in English and French by Vertebrate Publishing and Editions Paulsen