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The tragic death in 1953 of the foremost rock climber of 1940's Britain, Arthur Dolphin, cut short a remarkable career. However, his climbs, especially those in the Lake District, remain renowned for their quality and difficulty. Here for the first time, are the collected memories of those who knew Dolphin best and remember him as a superb climber and true gentleman. The book includes a free DVD, showing black and white footage from 1950 and 1951, of Dolphin in action at Almscliff and on Gimmer Crag in the Lake District.
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