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Author Katie Brown is the young woman who Rock & Ice magazine dubbed "The Best Female Climber of the Millennium." As the first woman to onsight 5.13d (Omaha Beach, Red River Gorge, Kentucky) and flash 5.14a (Hydrophobia, Mont Sant, Spain) Katie Brown has been an influential and groundbreaking climber, male or female. She began climbing at age 13 and quickly dominated competition at the national and international level. Now in her mid-20s, she is a freelance writer, author of the book Vertical World (FalconGuides), and continues to travel the world as an elite professional climber.
Photographer Ben Moon is an internationally reknowned outdoor photographer specializing in rock climbing and surfing. He has been featured in such magazines as Outside, Surfer, Rock & Ice, Mens Journal, National Geographic Adventure and regularly shoots for clients such as Yakima, Timberline, Patagonia, Solomon, and Black Diamond.
Sun-par. Repeated itself far too often which it turn means the book could have been a two to three page hand out and more helpful. Interviews were bland and questions all the same. Read morePublished 1 month ago
As a woman climber I did take a lot from this book but I admit I was looking for more beta as it were for those of us already past the fear stage and the initial desire to climb. Read morePublished 6 months ago by April
great book!!!!! good book, for starting climbers and with many good helpfull tips for the more advance climbers, enjoy it!!Published 11 months ago by stijn dekeyser
If you climb or if you want to watch others climb, add this to your collection. It's great to see brave women going for these heights. More power to climbing women!!! Great DVD.Published 14 months ago by M. Walton
Chick power to the absolute! This book is a great intro for new female climbers. You'll learn a lot about the sport, as well as how women can excel at climbing. Read morePublished 23 months ago by Adventurista
I got this book for my niece, who I took rock climbing at the gym a couple of times. But I haven't actually given it to her yet... because I wanted to read it first. Read morePublished on January 20, 2012 by Ingrid V. Carlsen