Nick is one of Britain's finest alpinists and rock climbers.
Nick Bullock should need little in the way of introduction. One of Britain's finest alpinists and rock climbers, known for bold and audacious ascents, a writer and occasional poet. A man who had already opted for one of life's tougher careers as a PT instructor for HM Prison Service only to give it all up, along with the regular salary and house to live in a van and pursue his passion for climbing. His appetite for climbing is as ferocious as ever, Nick is a genuine personality, that rare breed of person who understands and revels in the intricacies and emotions of climbing and mountaineering.
Tides, Nick’s second book, is the much-anticipated follow-up to his critically acclaimed debut Echoes. Tides is a gripping memoir that captures the very essence of what it means to dedicate one’s life to climbing.
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