Jim Davidson Audio Books

Jim Davidson Audio Books

Jim Davidson is coauthor with Kevin Vaughan of The Ledge which was one of Amazon’s Best Books of 2011, winner of the National Outdoor Book Award in Outdoor Literature (2012), and finalist at the Banff Mountain Book Competition in Canada. This amazing survival story is also featured in the “Killer Crevasse” episode of the television show I Shouldn’t Be Alive. Jim is a climber and international speaker who shares lessons distilled from a lifetime of mountain adventures. He has scaled peaks across the United States and been on high-altitude expeditions to Alaska, Argentina, Bolivia, Ecuador, Mexico, Nepal, and Tibet. Jim has summited the sixth highest peak in the world, Cho Oyu at 26,906 feet. He has volunteered for several difficult mountain rescues, for which the National Park Service has commended him and his teammates twice. As a mountain climber and expedition leader for thirty years, Jim is an expert in resilience. Prior to being a professional speaker and adventure writer, Jim worked as an environmental geologist for twenty-two years.

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The Ledge: An Adventure Story of Friendship and Survival on Mount Rainier, by Jim Davidson, Kevin Vaughan 0 out of 50 out of 50 out of 50 out of 50 out of 5 The Ledge: An Adventure Story of Friendship and Survival on Mount Rainier by Jim Davidson, Kevin Vaughan July 2011

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