Taurus Peak: First Ascent. At 7 p.m., on 26 July 1946, Edward Little, Eugen Rosenstock-Huessy and A. C. Fabergé left the main A.C.C. camp for several days to attempt the first ascent of Taurus Peak (10,000 ft.), several miles S. of Bugaboo Pass. They made the ascent and returned to camp on July 29th. They found the going fairly easy, but said that the trek over to Taurus was long. Details will appear in the next issue of the C.A.J.
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