A long-awaited insightful portrait of Voytek Kurtyka, one of the leading lights of the Polish golden age of mountaineering who redefined Himalayan climbing in the 1970s and 1980s.
Bernadette McDonald’s fourth biography sure caused a buzz on the outdoor festival circuit, and it was a buzz that was more than earned. In this fascinating insight into the complex life of the famously private climbing legend, Voytek Kurtyka, McDonald profiles a man who lived his ideals, climbed by style, and made some of the most notable ascents.
- Shortlisted for the Boardman Tasker Award 2017
- Paperback Cover
Origin: United Kingdom