The Second Man on the Rope : Mountain Days with Davie, Paperback Book

The Second Man on the Rope : Mountain Days with Davie Paperback

Description

What are the rules of etiquette in a bothy full of strangers?

How cold, exactly, can a Scottish summer get? And how many cans of beer can a man carry whilst fording a swollen river?

Second Man on the Rope tackles all these questions and more, a celebrating Scotland's mountains come sun, sleet or snow, through the stories of a great climbing partnership. Ranging from the Cairngorms to Glencoe, from Nevis to Knoydart and from the Cuillin to the Cobbler, this book weaves the story of a friendship amongst witty - and often alarming - tales of mountaineering mishaps.

These richly entertaining tales will delight all who love the Scottish hills - be they mountaineers, day-outers, Munro-baggers (like the author) or merely armchair ramblers. Written with a wealth of knowledge, this mountaineering classic is a warm and witty celebration of friendship, forged over many years, between the author and his `first man' - Davie.

Together they form one of the great double acts of climbing literature.

They face with humour and fortitude all that the mountains can pit against them - winter avalanches, raging rivers, rats in bothies and Brummies in baseball boots.

Information

  • Format: Paperback
  • Pages: 192 pages
  • Publisher: Luath Press Ltd
  • Publication Date:
  • Category: Memoirs
  • ISBN: 9781910745236

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