Appalachian Mountain Club, 1947. The Appalachian Mountain Club sponsored the usual number of climbing trips during the past year. Many ski excursions were run during the winter, and also a winter climbing trip was held for a week in the Waterville Valley of the White Mountains. As usual, a fairly extensive program of rock climbing trips was carried out, both to train men and women for climbs in the higher ranges of the west and for local recreational purposes. Unfortunately, a climbing trip planned for the northern Cascades of Washington, N. of Lake Chelan, had to be called off because of lack of registrations.
K. A. Henderson