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In the Zone Epic Survival Stories from the Mountaineering World Free read ß 109 ↠ ❴Reading❵ ➽ In the Zone Epic Survival Stories from the Mountaineering World Author Peter Potterfield – Insolpro.co.uk In the Zone is a masterful account of three extraordinary humans and a fascOf climbers who narrowly escaped death on some of the world's most renowned peaks Each harrowing tale highlights the dangers struggles and instinct for hopeful survival in mountain climbing Author Peter Potterfield. More interesting than the average book about climbing accidentsthe author covers 3 different accidentswhereas other authors pad 1 story with 100 extra pages of nothingHE ASKS WHY DID HIS BELAY FAILAND HE NEVER ANSWERS THAT UESTIONLike the author I always use a stitcht plate for belayingI could be dead it would still hold Did his partner misuse his tuberDid he unclip for a moment to change somethingWas he an idiotPeter knows TELL USTHANKS

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's extensive interviews provide first hand accounts some published here for the first In the Kindle time that share the thoughts and emotions of three men who confronted the ultimate challenge in this extreme spor. Horrorifying Well written and an easy read The stories will curl your underpants the amazing thing is that they are true The only dissapointment is that Peter doesn't ever explain why he fell so far Why did his belay fail

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In the Zone Epic Survival Stories from the Mountaineering WorldIn the Zone is a masterful account of Zone Epic PDF #198 three extraordinary humans and a fascinating depiction of the struggle for survival in the mountaineering world This gripping trilogy retells the true stories. The three mountaineering stories were interesting enough to read through them all I did enjoy the first story about Foraker the most but got a little tired of the authors assurances that all the climbers were professionals and were not putting their lives in danger It got a little old after the umpteenth reminder of their professional experience However Colby Coombs is amazing and does not appear to exhibit the typical arrogance that most climbers haveThe K2 story was the least interesting More of a glorification of men who choose to climb and die while climbing mountains The third story is interesting but way too wordy Most of the epilogue could be deleted but I think he wanted to give credit to the people who saved his life which is understandable I did like that the author confesses to being a lot cautious these days and has switched to hiking slot canyons where one is less likely to die