Clouds from Both Sides: The story of the first British woman to climb an 8,000-metre peak

Clouds from Both Sides: The story of the first British woman to climb an 8,000-metre peak

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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781911342694
Publisher: Vertebrate Publishing
Publication date: 09/01/2017
Pages: 244
Product dimensions: 6.14(w) x 9.21(h) x 0.51(d)

About the Author

Julie Tullis was, in her lifetime, Britain's highest female mountaineer, having summited K2. She spent her childhood in post-war London and - when not travelling the world to climb - lived with her husband Terry in Tunbridge Wells, Kent, teaching climbing to the disadvantaged and children with special needs on the southern sandstone. Terry and Julie had two children, Christopher and Lindsay. Julie trained to black belt standard in both judo and aikido, and was a high-level mountaineer and filmmaker alongside Kurt Diemberger. Julie died on high on K2 in 1986.

Peter Gillman is a British journalist and writer specialising in mountaineering topics.

Table of Contents

Introduction - ‘I’ve looked at clouds from both sides now … ’. 1- First Steps. 2- ‘From win and lose and still somehow … ’. 3- World’s End to a New Horizon. 4- Harrison’s and Handicaps. 5- A Question of Fate. 6- Legless in Peru. 7- Graduation by Bicycle and Eine Kleine Nachtmusik. 8- Sun Dance in Yosemite. 9- French Lessons – Bewitched by Nanga Parbat. 10- The Correct Exposure. 11- Ciao to China – Explorations in Sinkiang. 12- K2: The Mountain of Mountains. 13- Why? 14- Both Sides of the Avalanche – K2 and a Summit. 15- Keeping Fit. 16- Everest from Five Directions. 17- Nanga Parbat – To Be or Not To Be? 18- The Final Summit by Peter Gillman. Compatative Climbing Grades.

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