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A celebrated mountaineer and author searches for meaning in great adventures and explorations past and present  David Roberts veteran mountain climber and chronicler of adventuresWashington Post has spent his career documenting voyages to the most extreme landscapes on earth In Limits of the Known he reflects on humanity's and his own relationship to extreme risk Part memoir and part history this book tries to make sense of why so many have committed their lives to the desperate pursuit of adventure  In the wake of his diagnosis with throat cancer Roberts seeks answers with sharp new urgency He explores his own lifelong commitment to adventuring as well as the cultural contributions of explorers throughout history What specific forms of courage and commitment did it take for Fridtjof Nansen to survive an 18 month journey from a record farthest north with no supplies and a single rifle during his polar expedition of 1893 96? What compelled Eric Shipton to return five times to the ridges of Mt Everest plotting the mountain's most treacherous territory years before Hillary and Tenzing's famous ascent? What drove Bill Stone to dive 3000 feet underground into North America's deepest cave? What motivates the explorers we most admire who are willing to embark on perilous journeys and push the limits of the human body? And what is the future of adventure in a world we have mapped and trodden from end to end?

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Limits of the KnownA celebrated mountaineer and author searches for meaning in great adventures and explorations past and present  David Roberts veteran mountain climber and chronicler of adventuresWashington Post has spent his career documenting voyages to the most extreme landscapes on earth In Limits of the Known he reflects on humanity's and his own relationship to extreme risk Part memoir and part history this book tries to make sense of why so many have committed their lives to the desperate pursuit of adventure  In the wake of his diagnosis with throat cancer Roberts seeks answers with sharp new urgency He explores his own lifelong commitment to adventuring as well as the cultural contributions of explorers throughout history What specific forms of courage and commitment did it take for Fridtjof Nansen to survive an 18 month journey from a record farthest north with no supplies and a single rifle during his polar expedition of 1893 96? What compelled Eric Shipton to return five times to the ridges of Mt Everest plotting the mountain's most treacherous territory years before Hillary and Tenzing's famous ascent? What drove Bill Stone to dive 3000 feet underground into North America's deepest cave? What motivates the explorers we most admire who are willing to embark on perilous journeys and push the limits of the human body? And what is the future of adventure in a world we have mapped and trodden from end to end?