To mark International Women’s Day, five writers tell how the pioneering adventurers of the past inspired their own epic trips

For more than 30 years, Scottish writer and explorer Nan Shepherd’s The Living Mountain lay untouched in a drawer, rejected by publishers at the time. Today, the book is celebrated as one of the greatest on nature and landscape in Britain.

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Source: Gaurdian

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