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mountaineering Sentence Examples

  • These mountaineering folk talked a different language.

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  • The higher summits in the south are above the tree line and expose great areas of bare rock: mountaineering is here a delightful summer recreation, with camps in the highland forests and ascents to the lofty peaks.

  • In the early fifties of the 19th century the taste for mountaineering rapidly developed for several very different reasons.

  • Tyndall, The Glaciers of the Alps (1860), Mountaineering in 1861 (1862), and Hours of Exercise in the Alps (1871); J.

  • Dent and others, Mountaineering (1892, 3rd ed., 1900, " Badminton Library "); the Manuel d'Alpinisme (1904, publ.

  • Meurer, Handbuch der alpinen Sport (1882), Katechismus fur Bergsteiger (1892), and Der Bergsteiger im Hochgebirge (1893); and C. Wilson, Mountaineering (1893, " All England " series).

  • These mountaineering folk talked a different language.

  • In 1905 Crowley's mountaineering pursuits once again beckoned.

  • dreadful plight now needed the very acme of mountaineering skill.

  • It is a true mountaineering expedition - hillwalkers beware.

  • gung-ho heroics of mountaineering writers.

  • His sporting activities have included marathons, mountaineering, competitive judo, water-skiing, and water-ski jumping.

  • The British Mountaineering Council's web site has the most up-to-date listing of open crags.

  • mountaineering expeditions.

  • mountaineering literature, Kingdoms of Experience, has recently been reissued by Canongate.

  • mountaineering holiday accident?

  • AMI is the professional organization of mountaineering instructors in the UK whose aim is to promote good practice in mountaineering instruction.

  • mountaineering trips to the Highlands, CCF camps, and annual participation in the Nijmegen Marches.

  • mountaineering Clubs all over the world.

  • mountaineering at extreme altitude.

  • The rescue of these two in their dreadful plight now needed the very acme of mountaineering skill.

  • All potential recruits serve a two-year probation during which they are assessed for mountaineering competence and the acquisition of specific mountain rescue skills.

  • One chapter here is even lifted wholesale from what is commonly held to be his finest book, Mountaineering in Scotland.

  • The higher summits in the south are above the tree line and expose great areas of bare rock: mountaineering is here a delightful summer recreation, with camps in the highland forests and ascents to the lofty peaks.

  • In the early fifties of the 19th century the taste for mountaineering rapidly developed for several very different reasons.

  • Tyndall, The Glaciers of the Alps (1860), Mountaineering in 1861 (1862), and Hours of Exercise in the Alps (1871); J.

  • Dent and others, Mountaineering (1892, 3rd ed., 1900, " Badminton Library "); the Manuel d'Alpinisme (1904, publ.

  • Meurer, Handbuch der alpinen Sport (1882), Katechismus fur Bergsteiger (1892), and Der Bergsteiger im Hochgebirge (1893); and C. Wilson, Mountaineering (1893, " All England " series).

  • One chapter here is even lifted wholesale from what is commonly held to be his finest book, Mountaineering in Scotland.

  • A C1 crampon is designed for very basic hiking while C2 is suitable for moderate skill-level mountaineering.

  • A C3 crampon is a necessity for ice climbing or other extreme forms of mountaineering.

  • An important step to choosing a mountaineering or backpacking pack is selecting the proper fit.

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