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  • $79.95
    In this book, published by Patagonia, Fred offers up his characteristic mix of route tips, natural history and climbing lore for his 100 favorite climbs (with honorable mentions of a few more). With an excellent introduction by Barry Blanchard.
  • $12.50
    Published by Patagonia®, this paperback book captures the best wisdom and advice of 20 years of the Patagonia Tools Conference, creating a resource for any organization hoping to hone core skills for success in the environmental movement.
  • $24.95
    The master of simplicity, Yvon Chouinard, and noted fly fishermen Mauro Mazzo and Craig Mathews, show, with detailed information, photographs, and drawings, that back to basics can be the most effective way to catch trout. Includes chapters on wet flies and streamers, nymphs, and dry flies. Now updated with the latest techniques, flies and stories, as well as new photographs and drawings.
  • $60.00
    Glen Denny's book Published by Patagonia; a collection of rare black-and-white photographs of the Yosemite Valley, including intimate portraits of its big-wall pioneers during the late fifties and early sixties.
  • $24.95
    Revised and expanded, with new stories and additional photographs, Surf Is Where You Find It is Gerry Lopez's recollections of the lessons he's learned from a lifetime of surfing. Now includes stories of snowboarding and stand-up-paddle.
  • $49.00
    Published by Patagonia, Unexpected: 30 Years of Patagonia Catalog Photography is a compendium of the 100-plus most compelling photos Patagonia has published in their catalogs – and a celebration of wilderness and outdoor-sport photography as an art and a practice.
  • $24.95
    Published by Patagonia, Path of the Puma is an expert's view of the big cat's fight to find its wild; written by Jim Williams.
  • $17.95
    Published by Patagonia, the paperback edition of Beyond the Mountain by Steve House describes what it takes to be one of the world's best high-altitude mountain climbers. Paperback edition, 288 pages with 24 color photographs, and black and white photos as well.
  • $17.95
    Published by Patagonia, this paperback edition of The Wolverine Way explores one of the mightiest of wilderness villains. The wolverine comes marked with a reputation based on myth and fancy.
  • $17.95
    A modern-day pilgrimage to the land of the mythical twenty-pound trout. "Fly fishing off the beaten paths of Patagonia (and there are a lot of them) is not for sissies but it can be a helluva entertaining adventure. I know—I've been there. Cameron chambers captures it all—the wild rivers and lakes, small and giant fish, local characters and North American fish bums. Crack a beer and go along for the ride in this entertaining book." Tom Brokaw
  • $27.95
    The Tower: A Chronicle of Climbing and Controversy on Cerro Torre by Kelly Cordes: Patagonia’s Cerro Torre, considered by many the most beautiful peak in the world, has been shrouded in controversy since it was first allegedly ascended in 1959. Cordes digs through the mystery to find the truth, which is as clouded as the legendary peak itself.
  • $16.95
    Published by Patagonia, a commemorative edition of Audrey Sutherland’s beloved adventure memoir, originally published by the University of Hawaii Press in 1978.