Ralph Storer - The Joy of Hillwalking (2nd Hand Paperback)
Ralph Storer's highly entertaining exploration of the lure of the hills is underpinned by hard-won experience - he has climbed extensively in the British Isles, Europe and the American West, though his abiding love is the Scottish Highlands.
His breezy anecdotes of walking and climbing around the world in all sorts of conditions are gripping and full of fun.
This man has done more things in a sleeping bag than sleep, and in The Joy of Hillwalking he cheerfully tells all. His sense of humour is as irrepressible as his relish for adventurous ascents, but he doesn't have his head in the clouds when it comes to serious issues such as public access and conservation.
- Format : Standard 2nd Hand Paperback
- Condition : Very Good
- Category : Non-Fiction - Sports & Pastimes
- Published : 1994 (This Edition 2004 - Luath Press)
- ISBN : 9781842820698
- SKU : B002302
- PPC : LL300gm
- RRP : £7.50
- Quantity Available : 1 only.
'A light hearted and often highly amusing guide to the pleasures of the great outdoors.' - The Scots Magazine.
'A treat for all hillwalkers active or chairbound' - Scots Independent.
'Having read and enjoyed Storer's previous books, it was a pleasure to receive a review copy of his latest work. A pleasure, and not a disappointment. Storer sets out to detail his modus walkaroundi in an interesting, none-too-serious round of seasons, summits, sex, etc.' - The Angry Corrie.
'It is an entertaining study of one man's relationship with the hills enlivened by a lifetime of experience and a propensity for getting into trouble.' - Amazon Review.
Despite being a Sassenach by birth, Ralph has lived in Scotland since studying psychology at Dundee University. Before becoming a full-time writer, he worked in the field of commercial and educational computing, initially as a computer programmer and more recently as a lecturer at Napier University of Edinburgh. He is an experienced hillwalker who has hiked and backpacked extensively around the world. His guidebooks to the Scottish Highlands, which includes best-selling 100 Best Routes on Scottish Mountains, have become standard reference works on the subject.