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American Alpine Journal 2011

The American Alpine Journal 2011

Announcing a new book on Published annually since 1929, the American Alpine Journal is internationally renowned as the finest publication of its kind—the world’s “journal of record” for documenting significant climbs. In the Feature Stories we hear from those who have made many of the most impressive first ascents of the year: the big routes that […]

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Rocky Mountain Rock Climbs (Volume 2 of The Climber’s Guide to North America)

Announcing a new book on In the second volume of Harlin’s groundbreaking series, he provides traveling climbers with everything they need for their first visit to 19 major climbing areas in Arizona, New Mexico, Utah, Colorado, Wyoming, South Dakota, Idaho, and Montana. This is the original 1985 edition, but the climbs and the cliffs […]

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Everest Collection: American Alpine Journal 1929-2012

Announcing a new e-book on This 1,150-page volume collects everything ever printed about Mt. Everest in the American Alpine Journal from volume one in 1929 until 2012. It is bookmarked by year, but requires scrolling to discover articles within each year. This is the D1.0 edition at 79mb. Purchasers of this early edition who […]

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Japanese Alpine News 2012

New book released on The Japanese Alpine News 2012 reports on pioneering expeditions, notable ascents and adventures, and scientific field research, mostly in the Himalaya and neighboring ranges. 136 pages with about 200 photos and maps. PDF book. $9.95 CLICK HERE TO VIEW INSIDE Order the book here. View the TABLE OF CONTENTS below: Vol. […]

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Know the Ropes

Know the Ropes: Rappelling

Announcing a new e-book on After over 100 rappelling-related accidents in the last decade alone, the 2012 edition of Accidents in North American Mountaineering featured a new how-to section on best rappelling practices. This is that section, excerpted from ANAM and offered FREE to the climbing community in hopes of saving lives. Order the FREE book here.

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Bolivia & Peru American Alpine Journal 2000-2011

Announcing a new e-book on Bolivia-Peru 2000-2011 combines ALL of the American Alpine Journal‘s reports from Peru and Bolivia from the years 2000-2011 (reflecting new routes from 1999 to 2010). This is the first-ever all-digital “country edition” from the archives of the AAJ. At 238 pages with over 250 photos, this PDF-book is a […]

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The Barrage to Come

If you get this post in the mail, be warned, you’re about to get a lot more. Way back in February when I “soft launched” this website, I intended that each book in our store would receive its own blog entry, complete with table of contents. That’s how we’d let you know about new releases as […]

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Welcome to John Harlin Media

John Harlin Media is for people who love the natural world. Our mission is to play, to protect, and to share. What you’re witnessing here is the slow birth of a big dream. Expect rapid growth once we work out the kinks. It’s called a “soft launch,” a nice euphemism for “figuring it out as we go.” […]

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