A personal perspective on the tigers of Himalayan mountaineering
Written in the fast-paced, self-deprecating style of the great comic travel writers, Mark’s full-length travel books will have you laughing out loud.
A quirky and irreverent look at the world of adventure travel for those who love mountains and don’t take their climbing too seriously
Mountains, valleys, lakes and passes… There are places in the world so breathtaking that even a writer can take great photos.
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My journey from hill walker to Everest climber: a must-read for aspirants and armchair fans
My quest to reach the furthest point from the earth’s centre starting from sea level: a hilarious caper about a wannabe cyclist and mountaineer
The heroic story of how Sherpas stood up and took control of their destiny
The diary of my 2012 ascent of Everest from the north side tells the story of what a commercial Everest expedition is really like
The diary of my 2014 Lhotse expedition provides an eye-witness account of one of Everest’s most controversial episodes
The diary of my 2009 expedition to the Gasherbrums in Pakistan is an eye-opening portrayal of the scramble to climb an 8,000m peak
The diary of my 2011 expedition to Manaslu is an amusing tale of three hapless friends and their crusade to climb an 8,000m peak
The diary of my 2009 journey to the Solu-Khumbu region of Nepal, when our team made new discoveries about Mera and Island Peak
The diary of my 2010 expedition to Baruntse in Nepal, when history repeated itself with terrible consequences