Yale Mountaineering Club. In 1951 the Club continued its program of training in rock-climbing and ice-climbing techniques, supplemented by a course in first aid and mountain rescue. There were numerous week-end trips to the Shawangunks and New England cliffs. Winter activities included lectures and movies. In March a large group spent a week ice-climbing on Mt. Washington. Although the Club sponsored no summer expedition, members climbed in many ranges, including the Cascades, the Colorado Rockies and the Tetons. Two members journeyed to the Alps to follow the well- worn routes of Switzerland and Savoy.