American Alpine Jounrna and Accidents in North American Climbing

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Old and New Helps to the Climber
Notwithstanding feeble protests by a few climbers, mostly of the past generation, hammers, pitons and safety snaps have definitely entered ...
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Notes
1932
North America, Canada, A High-Level Glacier Route from Jasper to Field
A High-level Glacier Route from Jasper to Field One of the features of classical mountaineering in the Alps was the ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1932
Europe, Italy, Aiguille Savoie (Second Ascent of the Southeast Ridge, Descent by the Southeast Face)
Aiguille Savoie (11,900 Feet) (Second ascent of the southeast ridge, descent by the southeast face) The first ascent of this ridge ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1932
North America, Canada, Canadian Rockies, Mt. Chancellor
Mt. Chancellor (10,761 Feet)—Canadian Rockies The second ascent of this peak was made by Miss Georgia Engelhard with the Swiss ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1932
North America, Canada, Canadian Rockies, Mt. Oubliette (First Ascent)
Mt. Oubliette (10,100 Feet) (First Ascent) This peak of the Ramparts in Tonquin Valley was ascended for the first time July 27...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1932
North America, United States, Wyoming, Tetons, The 1931 Mountaineering Season in Grand Teton National Park
The 1931 Mountaineering Season in Grand Teton National Park The popularity of the Tetons has reached a point where it is ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1932
North America, United States, Wyoming, Tetons, Buck Mountain
Buck Mountain (11,400). First traverse on August 15th, by the writer. Ascent from south fork of Avalanche Canyon by northeast ridge; ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1932
North America, United States, Wyoming, Tetons, Mt. Wister
Mt. Wister (11,000). Climbed on June 27th by Ranger Phil Smith. Ascent from southeast, from south fork of Avalanche Canyon (new ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1932
North America, United States, Wyoming, Tetons, Nez Perce
Nez Percé (11,700). First traverse on July 12th, by Robert L. M. Underhill and the writer. Ascent made from east (new ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1932
North America, United States, Wyoming, Tetons, South Teton
South Teton (12,500) and Middle Teton (12,769). Middle Teton traversed on July 17th, by Robert L. M. Underhill and the writer. Ascent ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1932
North America, United States, Wyoming, Tetons, Grand Teton
Grand Teton (13,747). Climbed by twenty-six distinct parties, a total of seventy-six signatures being registered on the summit (seventy-one men and ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1932
North America, United States, Wyoming, Tetons, Mt. Owen
Mt. Owen (12,910). Climbed by four parties, none of which followed throughout its entire length the route employed on the two ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1932
North America, United States, Wyoming, Tetons, Teewinot
Teewinot (12,100). Among the seven 1931 ascents of this peak were two traverses which involved new routes : (1) Ranger Frank Smith and the ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1932
North America, United States, Wyoming, Tetons, Mt. Moran
Mt. Moran (12,100). Five ascents in 1931, of which the following call for mention : First ascent from the southeast (by the “dike ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1932
North America, United States, Wyoming, Tetons, Cloudveil Dome
Cloudveil Dome (12,000). East-to-west traverse on July 21st, by Anderson Hilding and the writer. Continuing westward, a traverse was made of ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1932
North America, United States, Wyoming, Tetons, Storm Point
Storm Point (10,100). Traversed on August 13th, by Ranger Frank Smith and the writer. Climbed from east and north; descent made ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1932
North America, United States, Wyoming, Tetons, Nameless Peak
Nameless Peak (11,000). On June 23rd Carl E. Sampson, H. L. McClintock, and Frank McClintock (aged ten) climbed a peak due ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1932
North America, United States, Wyoming, Tetons, East Horn of Falling Ice Glacier
East Horn of Falling Ice Glacier (11,400). Traversed on July 31st by the writer. Ascent by south ridge; descent by east ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1932
North America, United States, Wyoming, Tetons, Symmetry Spire
Symmetry Spire (10,500). First traverse and ascent from west on July 13th, by William Cederberg, Rudolph Edmund, Leland Horberg, Neumann Kerndt, ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1932
North America, United States, Wyoming, Tetons, Gratification Peak
Gratification Peak (11,600). Register placed on summit by writer on July 16th. Probably other unreported ascents of this easy peak were ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1932
Asia, India, Mt. Kamet
Mt. Kamet: An English expedition led by Mr. Frank S. Smythe successfully assaulted this Himalayan peak (25,447 feet) and effected two ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1932
Asia, Kangchenjunga
Kangchenjunga: The Bavarian expedition under Paul Bauer, which last summer attempted to avenge their defeat by the weather two years ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1932
Asia, Russia, Khan Tengri
Khan Tengri: A Russian expedition of last summer, under the leadership of a Mr. Pogrebezki succeeded in accomplishing the ascent ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1932
Asia, Himalayan Expeditions
Himalayan Expeditions : There are at present several expeditions under weigh, one of which contains several American members. Herr Willi Merkl ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1932
Asia, Russia, Kamchatka
Kamchatka: It is reported that the highest summit on the island, Kluchevskaya (16,124 feet), has been recently ascended by two Europeans ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1932
Africa, Belgian Congo, Ruwenzori
Ruwenzori: A group of Belgians under the leadership of Count Xavier de Grunne, with mountaineering and scientific aims, has left ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1932
Africa, Belgian Congo, Mikeno
Mikeno: We hear that our honorary member, His Majesty, the King of the Belgians, has recently during his tour of ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1932
South America, Peru, Andes
Andes: A new German expedition, financed by the Deutscher und Österreichischer Alpenverein and led by Philipp Borchers, the leader of ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1932
South America, Chile, Andes, San Jose
San José: The highest summit of this mountain (19,284 feet) in the Chilean Andes was ascended for the first time by ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1932
Asia, Russia, Georgia, Caucasus
Caucasus: The projects of two Swiss climbers, Messrs. Mägglin and Heglin, came to an abrupt end with their disappearance ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1932
Europe, Matterhorn
Matterhorn: Despite the bad weather prevailing during the summer of 1931, or rather perhaps because of it, two outstanding climbs were ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1932
Wiesbachhorn
In the spring of 1932 one of the two conquerors of the north face, Toni Schmid, was killed during a Whitsuntide ...
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Notes
1932
Europe, Austria, Dachl
Dachl: One of the most difficult climbs and one of the most talked of rescues, of the past summer took ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1932
Lappland
Lappland: On April 4th, 1931, the Lappland Alpine Club inaugurated at Nikkoluokta their first club hut, situated 100 miles within the Arctic ...
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Notes
1932
North America, United States, Washington, Mt. Baker
Mt. Baker: It is reported, that a party of four climbers, Miss Milana Jank, Dr. Otto Strizek, and Messrs. Benjamin ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1932
French Alpine Club
French Alpine Club: Our former president, Dr. William S. Ladd has recently been made an honorary member of the Club ...
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Club Activities
1932
North America, United States, Alaska, Mt. McKinley
Mt. McKinley was climbed for the first time since 1913, early this summer when an expedition led by Alfred Lindley of ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1932
North America, Canada, Labrador
Labrador: The Grenfell-Forbes expedition to northern Labrador led by Dr. Alexander Forbes in the summer of 1931 brought back considerable information ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1932
Accidents
Accidents: The summer of 1931 was a most disastrous one for climbing. The terrible weather in the Alps caused a tremendous ...
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Notes
1932
South America, Chile, Andes
Andes: The first mountaineering hut in the Andes was opened at Easter of this year with due formality by the ...
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Notes
1932
The Third International Congress of Alpinism
The Third International Congress of Alpinism will be held at Chamonix, August 25th to 28th to discuss numerous items under ...
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Notes
1932
Gesellschaft Alpiner Bucherfreunde
Gesellschaft Alpiner Bücherfreunde. This organization, with headquarters in Munich, Theresienstrasse 78, was organized in 1928 for the purpose of producing German ...
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Notes
1932
A New Low Pass
A new low pass in the Canadian Rockies (4,250 feet) is reported by Prentiss N. Gray in The Geographical Journal for ...
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Notes
1932