Use the search box on the American Alpine Club Publications Search Homepage to enter your search terms, or use the search box in the top right-hand corner of any page.
The American Alpine Club's Publications Search draws from a database of over 23,400 articles, including every feature article, climbs and expeditions report, accident report, preface, editorial, memorial, book review, accident table, and club activity report published in the American Alpine Journal, Accidents in North American Climbing, and Alpina Americana. The database does not include the proceedings of the American Alpine Club published in the American Alpine Journal. Articles date from 1907 to the present.
If you want broader results, include fewer criteria and/or fewer terms in your search.
If you want more refined results, apply additional search filters using the advanced search.
Please click here to download a PDF of the complete American Alpine Journal Index. (The index is a large file and may take several minutes to download.) You can scan or search the index to find articles in the Journal that contain your search terms. (Please note that you will not be able to identify information in Accidents in North American Climbing or Alpina Americana using this search strategy.)
The AAC is working to add this feature to the publications search so that all of the climbing locations mentioned in AAC publications with be browseable. But to make this happen, the AAC needs more volunteers to add locations and then connect them with articles about those locations. Please contact the AAC if you're interested in helping with this work.
AAC members should use their same login credentials for logging in to the main AAC website. If you are not an AAC member, you will need to create a login by contacting the AAC.
Please contact the AAC and let us know what you found. Please include the URL or article number where you found the mistake. We'll do our best to fix it as quickly as possible. Thank you in advance for helping us improve our database!