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Mountain Paths


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By H.E.G. Tyndale,    With an Introduction by Arnold Lunn

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Published by Eyre & Spottiswoode, London, 1948, 1st UK Edition, Insc, D/w (wear at edges, especially top of spine), V.G.    Tyndale was introduced to climbing at Winchester by R.L.G. Irving (who had also introduced George Mallory to mountaineering), was Editor of the Alpine Journal, was a Vice-President of the club, and was, jointly with Arnold Lunn, the founder of the Oxford University Mountaineering Club, becoming its first President.  This book is part reminiscences and is mainly about his experiences in  various parts of the Alps, including Eastern Alps, Mont Blanc, Aosta, Pennine Alps, Bernese Oberland and the Julian Alps.  Some chapters cover the memories of great mountaineers such as Guido Rey, Julius Kugy and Willy Merkl, and there are many references to the literature of mountaineering.

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