The Alpine Journal 1998

Review by Review
Monday 1st February 1999

The contents are mostly reports of achievements in the Greater Ranges by British climbers with a variety of asides such as Michael Ward’s story of ‘The Survey of India and the Pundits’. On a more topical note, Doug Scott takes a clear shot at the problems of clients buying their way into serious situations and accepting reponsibility for their own actions. The guiding/client relationship is nothing new but the modern day access to the likes of Everest and modern litigation raises many interesting points.
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