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Cleaned out two different book shelves and are passing these books on to anyone interested. I live in North Ravenna in NE Seattle.
The climbing guides are generally a few decades old. I have photos of the covers if you are looking for something specific

101 Hikes in the North Cascades by Ira Spring and Harvey Manning

 

102 Hikes in the Alpine Lakes South Cascades, And Olympics by Ira Spring and Harvey Manning

 

Visitor’s Guide to Ancient Forests of Western Washington

 

Best Hikes with Children in Vermont, New Hampshire and Main by Cynthia and Thomas Lewis

 

The Smiling Country – a history of the Methow Valley by Sally Portman

 

French Rock Climbs by Martin Atkinson (to be clear – this is about climbing in France and not Frenchman’s Coulee)

 

Vantage Rock – compile by Matthew Stanley

 

Shards of Blue – A guide to Ice Climbing in New England by Peter Cole and Rick Wilcox

 

Changabang

 

The Washington Desert A Climber’s Guide by John Eminger and Jon Kittel

 

Northwest Mountain Weather by Jeff Renner

 

How to Rock Climb by John Long

 

Face Climbing by John Long

 

Freedom of the Hills 5th Edition

 

The Climbing Art – Literature poetry and art for and about the spirit of climbing

 

On Mountains – Thinking about terrain by John Jerome

 

Ski Faster, Easier by Lee Borowski

 

The Avalanche Book by Betsy Armstrong and Knox Williams

 

Surviving Denali – A study of Accidents on Mt McKinley by Jonathan Waterman

 

The Games Climbers Play – A collection of Mountaineering Writing – Edited by Ken Wilson

 

Field Guide to Snow Crystals by Edward LaChapelle

 

Snow Sense – A guide to evaluating snow avalanche hazard by Jill Fredston and Doug Fesler

 

Snowboard Know-How by Christof Weiss

 

Everest The Testing Place by John West MD

 

Climber’s Guide to the Olympic Mountains

 

Leavenworth Rock Climbs by Viktor Kramar (white cover)

 

A Climber’s Guide to Washington Rock by Don Brooks and David Whitelaw (brown cover)

 

Backcountry Skiing in Washington’s Cascades by Rainer Burgdorfer (1st edition)

 

Bicycling with Children – A complete How-To Guide – by Trudy Bell

 

Cross Country Ski Tours 1 Washington’s North Cascades by Tom Kirkendall and Vicky Spring

 

Cross Country Ski Tours 2 Washington’s South Cascades and Olympics by Tom Kirkendall and Vicky Spring

 

Breakthrough on Skis – How to get out of the Intermediate Rut by Lito Tejada-Flores

 

Ski Skating with Champions – “How to Ski with Least Energy” by Einar Svensson

 

Exit 32 – North Bend Rock – by Bryan Burdo (tan cover)

 

Rock Climbing Washington – A Falcon Guide - by Jeff Smoot

 

Exit 32 Rock Climbing Guide by Garth Bruce (spiral bound w/ photo on cover)

 

Exit 38 North Bend Sport Climbs by Bryan Burdo (spiral bound w/ photo on cover)

 

100 Best Routes on Scottish Mountains by Ralph Storer

 

Avalanche Safety for Skiers and Climbers by Tony Daffern

 

Cross-Country Downhill by Steve Barnett (3rd edition, revised and enlarged w/ Steve on skinny skies and steep slope)

 

Stretching by Bob Anderson

 

Snowboard – PSIA teaching manual of American Teaching System

 

Nordic - PSIA teaching manual of American Teaching System

 

 

 

A Step Beyond: A Definitive Guide to Ultrarunning Edited by Don Allison

 

 

 

 

 

Edited by RichardKorry

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Wow, that's quite a collection! 

I'd be interested in looking at a few. How do you want to handle that? PM?

FWIW I'm fully vaccinated.

 

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