Friday, November 5th, 2010
CLIMB DENALI – A reflective journey

Climb Denali is a breathtaking collection of images and memories by photographer and mountaineer Laurent Dick. The full-color photos perfectly capture the breathtaking beauty of North America’s highest peak (20,320 feet); stunning imagery of clouds seen from above and mountain faces at sunset are interspersed with glimpses of dedicated climbers. Thoughtful quotations intersperse the panoramic images in this brief but beautiful treasury especially recommended for armchair travelers and nature lovers.

Reviews

“Climb Denali is a beautifully illustrated book and delightful reading for anyone, whether or not you’ve actually climbed to the summit.”

Bradford Washburn, first ascent of Denali’s West Buttress 1951, cartographer and photographer, Director of Boston Museum of Science 1939-1980

“This spectacular rendering of Denali is rare, because along with his refined eye for the colors, forms, and esthetics of the sub-zero wonderland, Laurent Dick is also attuned to the games that climbers play. A breath-taking and authentic portraiture.”

Jonathan Waterman, author of ‘Surviving Denali’ and ‘In the Shadow of Denali’

“A must have book for anyone who has ever climbed or thought about climbing Denali. Laurent Dick expertly captures the visually stunning landscape of the Alaska Range and unique people who climb the mountain and make it the

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