Ski Mountaineering Books

Backcountry Skiing: Skills for Ski Touring and Ski Mountaineering (Mountaineers Outdoor Expert Series)

Great resource for aspiring BC skiers!

EuroHound

Pros: Chock full of great info

Cons: None

This is truly a reference book for someone seeking to learn all they can about ski touring and ski mountaineering.  A very detailed technical guide with a wealth of practical detail, covering just about every imaginable type of ski travel outside the resort.  Selecting equipment, analyzing snow pack, rappelling into a couloir, or setting an anchor for crevasse rescue, it's all here....
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Alpine Ski Mountaineering: Eastern Alps v. 2: Central and Eastern Alps (Cicerone Winter and Ski Mountaineering)

Alpine Ski Mountaineering: Eastern Alps v. 2: Central and Eastern Alps (Cicerone Winter and Ski Mountaineering)

The European Alps offer some of the finest and most accessible ski mountaineering in the world. A combination of magnificent and varied terrain, an enviable snow record, excellent public transport, unrivalled hut system and long ski season make them a focus for mountaineers and skiers throughout the world. This second volume of the "Ski Mountaineering" series includes some of the...

Backcountry Skiing: Skills for Ski Touring and Ski Mountaineering (Mountaineers Outdoor Expert Series)

Backcountry Skiing: Skills for Ski Touring and Ski Mountaineering (Mountaineers Outdoor Expert Series)

“ This is truly a reference book for someone seeking to learn all they can about ski touring and ski mountaineering.  A very detailed technical guide with a wealth of practical detail, covering just about every imaginable type of ski travel outside the resort.  Selecting equipment, analyzing snow pack, rappelling into a couloir, or setting an anchor for crevasse rescue, it's all here....” --EuroHound

100% Positive Reviews
Climb to Conquer: The Untold Story of WWII's 10th Mountain Division Ski Troops

Climb to Conquer: The Untold Story of WWII's 10th Mountain Division Ski Troops

“ After hearing a story about the 10th Mountain Division on NPR a few months ago, I talked about it so much that my wife must have made a mental note to pick out a book for my Christmas stocking (she's clever like that). She chose well; "Climb to Conquer" is written by Peter Shelton, a contributing editor at SKI magazine, and has a wonderful perspective any skier can appreciate. I won't go into...” --skier219

100% Positive Reviews