CM . . .
. Volume XI Number 7 . . . . November 26, 2004
The book provides a complete overview to climbing. It provides the reader with information about the various types of climbing, the training, equipment and competitions. Most climbing courses are rated with numbers 1-6, with 1 being the easiest. These ratings allow climbers to determine climbs within their ability. The book contains labeled examples and exciting pictures. The authors have provided the information in short bits thereby making it an easy book to browse through and find just the details for which you may be looking. Climbing is a very dangerous sport that requires careful training and the use of safety equipment. Safety in the sport is supported through the pictures and informational pages. This book would make an excellent resource for a library or classroom. The layout and pictures will make it very appealing to students. It is part of Crabtree’s “Extreme Sports No Limit” series, and, for this book, the writing team consulted the American Alpine Club Library Committee and Maggie Owen, Mountaineering Historian. The information is broken into 14 sections, each providing specific information about the sport. The book contains an opening table of contents and a concluding glossary & index.
Glenys Martin is a teacher at W.P.Sandin Composite High School in Shellbrook, SK.
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