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Feet and Wheels to Chimborazo: A unique climbing and cycling adventure to the summit of Ecuador

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His cheeks are as tender as raw meat on a butcher's block. And those are just the cheeks of his face. As he slumps in the saddle, watching the road disappear into the distance, he aches in parts of his body that he's only just discovering he has...



When Mark travels to Ecuador to go hiking and climbing, he discovers a land of dramatic volcanoes rising through the clouds
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Kindle Edition, 376 pages
Published July 15th 2019 by Mountain Footsteps Press
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Julian Sansum
Aug 27, 2019 rated it it was amazing
An excellent adventure book for the modern armchair reader

I really enjoyed this book. Marks writing is pitched at a level where you think you might just about be able to do some of the things that he talks about and it sets you thinking as to what you might aspire to if you could be bothered to get up from your armchair.

This is his second full length book and I think he shows a significantly increased maturity as a writer from his first book (Seven Steps from Snowdon to Everest). In his first
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paula joy miller
Nov 15, 2019 rated it it was amazing
Best one yet!!

I've read all of Mark's books and especially enjoyed this one! His sense of humor really shines and I found myself laughing out loud often!
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