Benjamin "Ben" Hutchison Humble MBE (1903 - 1977) was a Scottish writer and climber who was responsible for the creation of Scottish Mountain Rescue teams as we know them today. He was also a keen photographer and film maker. During the World War II he produced several educational films in order to support the war effort.
A biography of his life, The Voice Of The Hills: The Story Of Ben Humble was written by his nephew Roy Humble in 1995.
- Arrochar and District: A Complete Guide (1930)
- Tramping In Skye (1933)
- The Songs Of Skye (1934)
- Wayfaring Around Scotland (1936)
- Songs For Climbers (1938), a collection of climbing songs put together by Humble and his publisher W.M.McLellan
- Rock Climbs On The Cobbler (1940), written with the assistance of J.B.Nimlin and G.C.Williams
- On Scottish Hills (1946)
- The Cuillin Of Skye (1952)
- Rock Climbs At Arrochar (1954), written with the assistance of J.B.Nimlin.
- A Bomb Fell (1941)
- A Cragsman's Day (1946)
- Holidays in Arrochar (1949)
- "Ben Humble MBE 1903-1977". Arrochar, Tarbet and Ardlui Heritage.
- Humble, Roy (1995). The Voice Of The Hills: The Story Of Ben Humble. Edinburgh: Pentland Press. ISBN 978-1-85821-249-4.
His name is Benjamin Humble, otherwise known as "B. Humble." Get it? B. Humble? Sit down! B. Humble!
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