Outdoor pursuits as a hobby
Almost all of us love tanning ourselves a little in the sun, drifting through the woods and breathing the fresh morning air. Almost all of us feel adventurous sometimes and look for something that can help us nurture that feeling. However those who are not as active because of a busy lifestyle but have the adventurer’s genes inside them still find time to read and are in fact fascinated by tales of adventures that stir them up and set their bodies in an adrenaline rush. Books on active outdoor pursuits are suitable and sync well with people of both these categories. Some of these books help us as guides to find the appropriate places for trekking across the whole of India whereas other books tell the tales of adventure and courage that are sure to leave one stunned and inspired, very heavily.
Wide range of active outdoor pursuits books at Amazon
These books have been written by different adventurers who have been out in the wild on their own. From the informative books that tell about survival techniques in Himalayas to handbooks about the hills in India which are suitable for trekking and are laden with serenity, every kind of related literature is available on Amazon to guide an amateur adventurer through the tougher trails. Bear Grylls, the crème de la crème in the field of adventure and the tutor of survival in the wild, who also is perhaps the most daredevil adventurer of the modern times and has been on every continent across the globe, risking his life to teach us how to hold the fort in unknown territories and has written a book about his hardest times and how he manages through them in the books ‘Mud, Sweat and Tears’. Bill Bryson’s ‘A Walk in the Woods’ is designed more for a reader than for an adventurer and it is sure to keep you glued to it with its serious yet poignant writing. These books are also available in their kindle versions. New studies about the Everest have found that perhaps Sir Edmund Hillary was not the first person to reach the peak of the mountain and that title may well belong to George Herbert Leigh Mallory, an Englishman who conquered the summit in the early 1920s but died on his way back from there right in the middle of the snowy peaks. The proof to this fact is a promise and a photo that was found on the Everest and you can read all about it ‘Into the Silence: The Great War, Mallory and the Conquest of Everest’ by Wade Davis. Helpful books that teach knacks of climbing huge walls have also been made available on Amazon with a vivid range of editions to pick from.
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