Title: Enduring Patagonia
Author: Gregory Crouch
Description: Inscribed by Crouch on title page. Stated First Edition. Fine/fine. Binding tight. 16 pages of photographs (mostly color). 225,  pages. Dust jacket not price clipped; in an archival mylar sleeve.
Gregory Crouch's account of his several mountaineering expeditions in Patagonia, including the ascents of Cerro Torre, Aguja Poincenot, Cerro Fitzroy, and Cerro Pollone.
Crouch was a senior contributing editor at Climbing for five years and his work has also appeared in National Geographic, Island, Backpacker, and Rock & Ice. By 2000, he had made twelve expeditions on four continents.
Jacket Condition: Fine
Publisher: Random House
Place: New York
Keywords: mountaineering, Argentina, Chile, Andes, travel, Cerro Torre, Aguja Poincenot, Cerro Pollone, Cerro Fitzroy,
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