A.A.C., Rocky Mountain Section. A.A.C. membership in the Rocky Mountain region increased in 1964 with the addition of several able young climbers sporting splendid records of ascents. Accounts of the most significant climbs in the area are detailed elsewhere in this Journal; but most members of the Section had active summers of one sort or another, ranging from expeditions on other continents to assisting the Colorado Mountain Club with the location of a Continental Divide trail along the spine of Colorado.
Two meetings were held during the year. In January Pete Everett and Sam Silverstein lectured on the southeast spur of Mount McKinley, and in December Ned Amstutz and Eliot Coleman told of their adventures on Mount Logan.
Andrews D. Black, Chairman