Anyone who is inexperienced with mountain flying-from weekend flier to instrument-rated pilot-should read this book. Steve Woerner-a Certified Flight Instructor and commercially rated pilot-has written and edited many books and articles, including several for Alaska Flying magazine. Doug Geeting is also a Certified Flight Instructor and verteran pilot, who operates a commercial flying service near Mt. McKinley. These distinguished authors cover everything readers need to handle mountain flying: the weather, pilot fitness, special equipment, charts, the wind, night flying, aircraft performance, flight planning, and emergency procedures. Each section is packed with appropriate tables, graphs, checklists, and illustrations-as well as abundant good advice. This excellent guide is a must for any pilot preparing to fly into mountainous terrain for the first time.