Lost at Windy Corner: Lessons From Denali On Goals and Risks by Aaron Linsdau
- Lost near lethal crevasses and cliffs in a blinding whiteout blizzard is the last place anyone would want to be…
"Linsdau shares all the details of his solo attempt to scale Denali from a physical, emotional and psychological standpoint and at the end of each chapter leaves the reader with a lesson on managing risk, and most importantly, maintaining a positive attitude. During his ascent he meets a number of fascinating characters, some of whom are unforgettable. There is no room for adrenalin junkies on Denali, Linsdau seems to be the master of the inspired, but calculated risk." reviews Linda Hobbis
"Talk about grit and determination, it took everything the author had to survive. His expeditions have shown him that anything is possible as long as you prepare and persevere against whatever deters you. I really enjoyed reading of this adventure. His descriptions put me alongside him, taking it all in. It was definitely an eye opener. I can’t say I would enjoy the climb and the cold, but I know I would love the solitude and beauty." reviews Julie Geter Baswell
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Lost near lethal crevasses and cliffs in a blinding whiteout blizzard is the last place anyone would want to be…
Windy Corner on Denali has claimed lives, fingers, and toes. What would make someone brave lethal weather, crevasses, and slick ice to attempt to summit North America’s highest mountain? Denali has claimed over one hundred lives. It seems like the place for risky adrenaline seekers.
In this book, the author shares the lessons Denali teaches on managing goals and risks. Everyone takes chances at some time in their lives, even if it’s driving down the highway. Becoming a risk manager rather than a risk taker is what will keep you alive during difficult times.
Experience the cold, solitude, and uncertainty of life on high mountains. Apply the message, build resilience, and overcome adversities in your life.
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