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This classic book is one of the best overviews of ski history you'll find anywhere. Signed by Author
Colorado Fourteeners Vol-1 Guidebook - Signed by Author Lou Dawson. Louis
Dawson, is a member of the Colorado Ski Hall of Fame and was recently
named by Powder Magazine as one of the top 48 most influential skiers in
modern history. 255 pages, 6 x 9 inches.
Gilbert the young moose lives in the mountains. When Gilbert decides to learn how to ski. He starts out on his own, but soon
finds that he might need some skiing lessons. Ski with Gilbert, as he discovers
that learning something new can be easier with friends.
Join Ingrid P. Wicken, award-winning author and ski historian, as she recounts the fascinating beginnings of the celebrated Sierra Ski Club. 192 pages, signed by author.
This is a 1st Edition Signed Hardcover of the action-packed memoir by Dick Dorworth. He reports that this book is both a "memoir and meditation on a life in perpetual motion, across the West, down the length of South America. Driving as discovery, of self and the world. Published by First Ascent Press in 2007 - 255 Pages.
The Amazing Life Story of Rhoda and Rhona Wurtele. No Limits is about the Canada's Olympian Skiing Pioneers, by Byron Rempel. SIGNED by Author.
Tommy Waltner's story of a lifestyle of glamour and celebrity in a Colorado's playground town of Aspen. Published by Tommy Waltner in 2015 - 192 Pages
The Games Of '36 - 1936 Winter Olympics Book - The 1936 German Olympics took place at a critical time in the 20th century and were unusual in many respects. Signed by Author
The ultimate history of skiing from a renowned insider. This is the definitive history of the sport that has exhilarated and infatuated about 30 million Americans and Canadians over the course of the last 50 years. Personally signed by my friend John Fry! This is a paperback.
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