A collection of essays by outdoor writers, specially commissioned to celebrate Alf Wainwright. Bill Mitchell and A Harry Griffin recall their friendship with him, and Val Hamilton tells how The Western Fells transformed a summer job. Ronald Turnbull explores some of AW's more disagreeable ways up the fells while Graham Wilson examines the Pennine Way and Coast to Coast. Robin N Campbell pays tribute to AW's graphic artistry, David McVey looks at his post-Pictorial Guide writing and, finally, Ann Bowker ushers him into the digital age. Edited by Dave Hewitt, author of Walking the Watershed and editor of The Angry Corrie.