American Alpine Jounrna and Accidents in North American Climbing

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North America, United States, Colorado, Grenadier Region, Arrow Peak
Arrow Peak (13,810 ft.) was the major climb of the season. Carleton Long, leading, and John Nelson performed it in twelve ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1933
North America, United States, Colorado, Grenadier Region, Heiss-Spitz
Heiss-Spitz (13,251 ft.) was the next first ascent accomplished by Messrs. Long and Nelson. This mountain is not in the Grenadier ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1933
North America, United States, Colorado, Ice Lake Region, Pilot Knob
The first climb on the Colorado Mountain Club outing for 1932 was that of Pilot Knob (13,750 ft.). Messrs. Charles Kendrick, Scott, ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1933
North America, United States, Colorado, Ice Lake Region, U.S. Grant Peak
U. S. Grant Peak (13,692 ft.) offered a first ascent to a party of eight under the leadership of Father H. ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1933
North America, United States, Colorado, Ice Lake Region, Vermilion Peak
The northeast arête of Vermilion Peak (13,870 ft.) was done by L. Giesecke and the writer. This climb (not very ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1933
North America, United States, Colorado, Ice Lake Region, North Summit
North Summit (13,500 ft.), the northern summit of the South Lookout group, was attempted by Charles Kendrick, Bob Scott, and the ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1933
North America, United States, Colorado, Ice Lake Region, Rolling Mountain
Rolling Mountain's lower summit (13,600 ft.) was first done by Miss Martha Bloom and Dave Lavender.
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Climbs And Expeditions
1933
North America, United States, Colorado, Ice Lake Region, V 5
An easy first ascent of peak V 5 (13,200 ft.) was made by L. Giesecke and the writer. The numerous aiguilles of ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1933
North America, United States, Teton Notes—1932
Teton Notes—1932 Despite reduced travel to the park, thirty-nine ascents were made. The earliest was on June 23 (Prospectors Mountain), the ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1933
North America, United States, Tetons, Major Peaks
Major peaks: Grand Teton, fourteen ascents; Middle Teton, South Teton, and Teewinot each three; Nez Percé and Mt. Woodring each ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1933
North America, United States, Tetons, Minor Peaks
Minor peaks: Rockchuck Peak, two ascents ; Cloudveil Dome, Disappointment Peak, Storm Point Symmetry Spire, Prospectors Mountain, Veiled Peak, and Eagles ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1933
Asia, India, Nanda Devi
Nanda Devi: Mr. Hugh Ruttledge, with the guide, Emile Rey, of Courmayeur and six Sherpa porters spent the early part ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1933
Asia, Mt. Everest
Mt. Everest: A new English expedition to climb this mountain is now under way. Led by H. Ruttledge, the expedition ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1933
Asia, Russia, Tajikistan, Garmo
Garmo: A Russian expedition under the leadership of Nikolai Vasilevich Krylenko returned late in October after an unsuccessful attempt to ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1933
Asia, Russia, Georgia, Caucasus
Caucasus: The Proletarski Turist has built a large hut on the route to the Dongusorun Pass, and two huts on ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1933
South America, Peru, Andes
Andes: The German expedition to the Cordillera Blanca of Peru has resulted in, beside the scientific and mapping work accomplished, ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1933
North America, Alaska, Mt. Crillon
Mt. Crillon: Mr. H. B. Washburn, Jr., who attacked this mountain after abandoning the idea of an attempt on Mt. ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1933
North America, Montana, Pilot Peak
Pilot Peak: This spectacular rock pinnacle near Cook City, Montana, was climbed in July, 1932, for the first time by Harry ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1933
F.I. Ski Races, Innsbruck
F. I. Ski Raccs, Innsbrück: Two of our members, Messrs. Alfred Lindley and Norman Read who spent a part ...
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Notes
1933
Radio
Radio: The craze for sensationalism in radio broadcasting goes on unabated and has now seized upon the mountains for a ...
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Notes
1933
Pyrenees
Pyrenees: The mountains have again disgorged a victim. The remains of the guide, Pierre Barrau, who fell into the berg- ...
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Notes
1933
Africa, Ruwenzori
Ruwenzori: The Belgian expedition to this range this past summer found very favorable weather, having had several fairly clear days, ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1933
Asia, Mt. Everest
Mt. Everest: On April 3, 1933, the Marquis of Clydesdale, Lt.-Col. L. V. Stewart Blacker, Lt. D. F. McIntyre, and S. ...
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Notes
1933
The Reconnaissance of the Minya Konka
The Reconnaissance of the Minya Konka Arthur B. Emmons, III ON the southeastern borders of Tibet, where the high plateau ...
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Feature Article
1934
Crillon 1933
Crillon 1933 William S. Child EARLY, on a June morning, after a 150-mile boat trip from Juneau, high above the great ...
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Feature Article
1934
Further Explorations and Ascents in the Coast Range of British Columbia
Further Exploration and Ascents in the Coast Range of British Columbia Henry S. Hall, Jr. TRIPS toward the Mt. Waddington ...
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Feature Article
1934
An American Tyrol, Climbs in the Bighorns 1933
An American Tyrol Climbs in the Big Horns, 1933 W. B. Willcox MOUNTAINEERS seem to have overlooked the Big Horns. The; ...
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Feature Article
1934
The Bugaboo-Howser Watershed, Purcell Range
The Bugaboo Howser Watershed, Purcell Range J. Monroe Thorington ACROSS the Columbia River at Spillimacheen, above a line of slender, ...
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Feature Article
1934
Some Winter Climbs in the Alps
Some Winter Climbs in the Alps Walter A. Wood, Jr. SOME forty years ago a strange race took place in ...
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Feature Article
1934
The Mountains of New Zealand
The Mountains of New Zealand Kate Gardiner LITTLE more than a fortnight's voyage from San Francisco lies New Zealand with ...
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Feature Article
1934
Climbs in the Northern Waputiks (Canadian Rocky Mountains)
Climbs in the Northern Waputiks (Canadian Rocky Mountains) H. S. Kingman and J. M. THorington THE day of the packtrain ...
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Feature Article
1934
Exploration and Mountaineering in Northeast Greenland
Exploration and Mountaineering in Northeast Greenland N. E. Odell IT was merely the partial fulfilment of a longstanding desire to ...
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Feature Article
1934
The First Ascent of Dungeon
The First Ascent of Dungeon Edward L. Woolf THE ascent of Dungeon Peak marks the close of the pioneer work ...
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Feature Article
1934
New Routes on Familiar Canadian Peaks
New Routes on Familiar Canadian Peaks Georgia Engelhard PRIOR to 1933 the traverse of Mt. Victoria had been made three times,1 ...
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Feature Article
1934
His Majesty Albert I - King of the Belgians, 1875-1934
HIS MAJESTY ALBERT I—KING OF THE BELGIANS 1875-1934 Few men in high places have left so great a mark ...
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In Memoriam
1934
Douglas William Freshfield, 1845-1934
DOUGLAS WILLIAM FRESHFIELD 1845-1934 In the death of Douglas W. Freshfield, at Forest Row, Sussex, on February 9th, at the ...
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In Memoriam
1934
Henry Fairfield Montagnier, 1877-1933
HENRY FAIRBANKS MONTAGNIER 1877-1933 It has been a sad duty to write for the American Alpine Club the last memoirs ...
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In Memoriam
1934
Conrad Kain, 1833-1934
CONRAD KAIN 1883-1934 In the little village of Nasswald, Lower Austria, not far from Vienna, Conrad Kain was born on ...
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In Memoriam
1934
Tom Wilson, 1859-1933
TOM WILSON 1859-1933 Tom Wilson, last of the Canadian Pacific trail-blazers and explorers, died at Banff on September 20th, 1933, at ...
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In Memoriam
1934
The Naked Mountain
The Naked Mountain, by Elizabeth Knowlton. vii + 355 pages, 34 illustrations, diagrams and index. New York and London. G. P. Putnam’s ...
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Book Reviews
1934
Mont Blanc Sideshow, The Life and Times of Albert Smith
Mont Blanc Sideshow, The Life and Times of Albert Smith, by J. Monroe Thorington. 8 vo., 255 pages including appendices, bibliography and ...
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Book Reviews
1934
Manuel d'Alpinisme
Manuel D’Alpinisme. Two volumes, 8 vo. Chambéry : Librairie Dardel, 1934. With the evolution of Alpinism rapidly going on, the technic ...
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Book Reviews
1934
The Sports of Winter
—10 ... The Sports of Winter. Ninety plates by Samivel. 4 to. Paris. Delagrave, 1933. Price Fr. 25. The author, who has already depicted the ...
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Book Reviews
1934
Alpine Days and Nights
Alpine Days and Nights, by W. T. Kirkpatrick, with a Paper by the late R. Philip Hope, and a Foreword ...
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Book Reviews
1934
An Epitome of Fifty Years' Climbing
An Epitome of Fifty Years’ Climbing, by Claude Wilson. Printed for private distribution. 1933. Written at the instigation of Mr. Henry ...
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Book Reviews
1934
Some Mountain Views
Some Mountain Views, by Dudley Leavitt Pickman. 12 mo., 94 pages, with thirty-four illustrations from photographs. Boston. G. C. Manthorne & Co., 1933. Price $2.00. ...
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Book Reviews
1934
On Skis Over the Mountains
On Skis Over the Mountains, by Walter Mosauer. 8 vo., 85 pages, with xi diagrammatic plates. Hollywood. The Cloister Press. Price $0.50. This ...
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Book Reviews
1934
Die Bernina
No. 12: J. B. von Tscharner, Die Bernina (1786). Oblong, 8 vo., pp. 44, with frontispiece. An annotated reprint of von Tscharner’s poetical ...
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Book Reviews
1934
Damographia oder Gemsen Beschreibung
No. 13: Adam Lebwald, Damographia oder Gemsen- Beschrcibung. 8 vo., pp. 56, with illustrations. A facsimile of a seventeenth-century black-letter book, containing quaint ...
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Book Reviews
1934
North America, Wyoming, Wyoming Rockies
Seventy-three ascents were made in Grand Teton National Park during the past season—almost twice the 1932 total and by good ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1934