Arizona Mountaineering Club. In 1989 the club fielded 72 outings including 53 climbing trips with climbs averaging a 5.7 rating. Seven of the outings were to adjacent states. Successful ascents were made of Pik Lenin in the Soviet Pamirs, Prusik Peak in Washington, the East Face of Mount Whitney, and the Red Rocks in Nevada by various routes.
Training and safety courses taught by our members are open to the public. We teach basic rock climbing, advanced leading, advanced rope and rescue techniques, orienteering, and a rescue team which helps the Phoenix Fire Department with rescues.
For further information about our activities, contact the Arizona Mountaineering Club, Box 1695, Phoenix, AZ 85001.
Kim A. Huenecke