Published annually since 1948, Accidents in North American Climbing documents the year’s most significant and teachable climbing accidents. Each incident is analyzed to show what went wrong, in order to help climbers avoid similar problems in the future.
We welcome first-person reports about technical climbing accidents, as well as reports and analysis from rescuers, rangers, and other individuals familiar with the incidents. The person(s) involved may choose to remain anonymous.
Every article ever published in Accidents (more than 20,000 reports) is available for free on this website, thanks to the generosity of AAC members and donors. We need your help!
Volunteers: Accidents depends on volunteer, proofreaders, regional correspondents, and online assistants. I want to help!