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Private courses are arranged with a single client or clients who want a specific course for themselves or for their party - private courses enable us to work with you to create unique courses that suit you. Now covering many different disciplines, general mountaineering can be categorised as high mountain travel over technical terrain, often on steep or rocky ground and narrow ridges. What is the official climbing season for Mt. The official climbing season is said to be from July 1st - August 31st but is subject to change depending on the weather conditions.

Pages: 180

Publisher: Clark & Howard Books (December 1996)

ISBN: 0952224410

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