American Alpine Jounrna and Accidents in North American Climbing

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Mazamas
Mazamas. In 1951 the Mazamas, of Portland, held their annual outing from July 22nd to August 5th at Horseshoe Lake in ...
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Club Activities
1952
Colorado Mountain Club
Colorado Mountain Club. The Club’s annual outing for 1951 was held in the Tetons, with 60 in attendance. The Exum route ...
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Club Activities
1952
Kachina Mountain Club
Kachina Mountain Club. The Club, with headquarters in Phoenix, Arizona, has an active membership of 20 and is admitting new members ...
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Club Activities
1952
Iowa Mountaineers
Iowa Mountaineers. In 1951 membership increased to 1365. Mountaineering classes were continued, and the Club’s system for rating qualifications was revised. ...
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Club Activities
1952
Chicago Mountaineering Club
Chicago Mountaineering Club. The highlight in a busy year was the Club’s outing in Rocky Mountain National Park, Colorado, 5...
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Club Activities
1952
Potomac Appalachian Trail Club
Potomac Appalachian Trail Club. The mountaineering committee has held weekly local climbs, emphasizing instruction in the principles of safety. Members ...
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Club Activities
1952
Harvard Mountaineering Club
Harvard Mountaineering Club. The Club’s summer activities in 1951 were centered in the leaders’ climbing school, held in the Hermit ...
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Club Activities
1952
Yale Mountaineering Club
Yale Mountaineering Club. In 1951 the Club continued its program of training in rock-climbing and ice-climbing techniques, supplemented by a course ...
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Club Activities
1952
Princeton Mountaineering Club
Princeton Mountaineering Club. The spring of 1951 found the Club preparing its first bulletin, climbing in the Shawangunks and looking forward ...
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Club Activities
1952
Dartmouth Mountaineering Club
Dartmouth Mountaineering Club. In 1951, both in the spring and in the fall, the Club held its six-week course in rock ...
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Club Activities
1952
Haverford Mountaineers
Haverford Mountaineers. The Club now has 18 members, with Archibald Macintosh as faculty advisor. Activities center in training on near-by cliffs. ...
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Club Activities
1952
North America, United States and Canada, Alaska and the Yukon, Mt. McKinley: A Proposed New Route
Alaska and the Yukon Mt. McKinley: A Proposed New Route. In a somewhat unusual article published in the 1947 A.A....
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Climbs And Expeditions
1952
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The Alaska Range E. of the Richardson Highway was explored during the summer of 1950 by Austin Post and Gottfried Ehrenburg, ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1952
North America, United States and Canada, Alaska and the Yukon, Mt. Logan: Third Ascent
Mt. Logan: Third Ascent.* On 17 May 1950 Gordon Herried, Mark Christensen, Harvey Turner and I headed for Chitina with 850 lbs. of ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1952
North America, Canada, British Columbia and the Canadian Rockies, Coast Range, Mt. Saugstad
Mt. Saugstad. Mt. Saugstad (about 11,000 ft.*) is in the Coast Range of British Columbia, some 13 miles S.E. of the ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1952
North America, Canada, British Columbia and the Canadian Rockies, An Attempt on Mt. Robson
An Attempt on Mt. Robson. In July 1951 John Oberlin, A. E. Creswell and Fred Ayres attempted the Schauffelberger arête ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1952
North America, Canada, British Columbia and the Canadian Rockies, First Ascent of Mt. Willerval
First Ascent of Mt. Willerval. Mt. Willerval (10,400 ft.) is situated on the S. side of the Alexandra River Valley between ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1952
North America, Canada, British Columbia and the Canadian Rockies, Unnamed Peak N.E. of Mt. Erasmus
Unnamed Peak N. E. of Mt. Erasmus. This mountain (about 10,400 ft.), prominently visible from the Banff-Jasper Highway N. of the ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1952
North America, Canada, British Columbia and the Canadian Rockies, N. Wing of the Columbia Group
N. Wing of the Columbia Group. This note calls attention to a recently issued reedition (dated 1947) of the Jasper Park ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1952
North America, Canada, British Columbia and the Canadian Rockies, N. of Mt. Alberta
N. of Mt. Alberta. Until recently, a group of six peaks just N. of Mt. Alberta in Jasper National Park ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1952
Alpine Club of Canada, 1951
Alpine Club of Canada, 1951. It had been hoped to hold the annual summer camp in the French Military Group (Kananaskis ...
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Club Activities
1952
South America, Argentine-Chile Boundary
Argentine-Chile boundary. The first ascent of Mt. Fitzroy (11,500 ft.) in Patagonia is reported to have been made in January 1952 by ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1952
South America, Aconcagua
Aconcagua. It was reported some months ago that an Argentine military mission had set up three huts on Aconcagua, at 4200 ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1952
Europe, France, Grandes Jorasses
Grandes Jorasses. On 6 August 1951, after four days of extraordinarily difficult climbing, in bad weather, A. Heckmair and H. Köllensperger ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1952
Europe, France and Italy, Undercutting the Monarch
Undercutting the Monarch. We have heard talk about a funicular on the Matterhorn. Now it is reported that this spring ...
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Notes
1952
Europe, France, Tignes
Tignes. Even mountaineers who have never been in the Val d’Isère, who know it only through the affectionate ...
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Notes
1952
Europe, France, Dirt Band Project: Glacier du Géant
Dirt Band Project: Glacier du Géant. In 1947 this journal published an account of the laying out of a row ...
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Notes
1952
Asia, Nepal, British Everest Expedition, 1951
British Everest Expedition, 1951. Early in 1951 the Royal Geographical Society and the Alpine Club received permission from the Government of Nepal ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1952
Asia, Nepal, Abominable Snowman
Abominable Snowman. Again the abominable snowman has caused a furore. Eric Shipton, leader of the post-monsoon British reconnaissance expedition to ...
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Notes
1952
Asia, India, Panch Chuli
Panch Chuli. Heinrich Harrer was one of two well-known German mountaineers who escaped from an Allied prison camp during the ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1952
Asia, India, Trisul
Trisul. The third ascent of Trisul (23,260 ft.) was made by R. D. Greenwood and Gurdial Singh of Dehra Dun on 25 ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1952
Asia, China and India Border, Mukut Parbat
Mukut Parbat. Anderson Bakewell, S. J., reports that a New Zealand party led by H. E. Riddiford climbed Mukut Parbat (23,760 ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1952
Asia, India, Narayan Parbat
Narayan Parbat. A report from Naini Tal, also in July 1951, tells of a three-month journey by two Swiss mountaineers in ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1952
Asia, Himalayas, Cosmic Ray Research
Cosmic Ray Research in the Himalayas. According to a clipping from the Statesman of 22 July 1951, an international party consisting of ...
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Notes
1952
Australasia, New Zealand, A.P. Harper and the New Zealand
A. P. Harper and the New Zealand A. C. The accompanying photograph of Arthur P. Harper, Honorary Member of the ...
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Notes
1952
Equipment, Modified Wide-Angle Pitons
Equipment Modified Wide-Angle Pitons. Wide-angle pitons have been used to some extent in cracks up to two inches wide1—chiefly, ...
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Notes
1952
Equipment, The Rock Anchor (Bolt) Set
The Rock Anchor (Bolt) Set. Increasing numbers of rock climbers, with and without a fancy for technical undertakings, have begun ...
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Notes
1952
Accidents in American Mountaineering, Report of the Safety Committee of the American Alpine Club, 1952
This is the fifth annual report of the American Alpine Club Safety Committee and the most encouraging report which the ...
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Editorials And Prefaces
1952
Analysis of Sixty-Six Mountaineering Accidents, United States and Canada, Five-Year Period, 1974-1951
ANALYSIS OF SIXTY-SIX MOUNTAINEERING ACCIDENTS, UNITED STATES AND CANADA FIVE-YEAR PERIOD, 1947-1951 LOCALITY Cascades, 13 accidents; Colorado Rockies, 12; Tetons, 11; Appalachian Mountains, 6; ...
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Notes
1952
Washington State: (1) Cascades
REVIEW OF ACCIDENTS IN 1951 Washington State: (1)Cascades. On 2 June 1951 Charles Randall, a 23-year-old University of Washington student, was hit by ...
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Accident Reports
1952
Washington State: (2) Cascades, Mt. Rainier National Park
Washington State: (2) Cascades, Mt. Rainer National Park. On 5 August 1951 Jo Ann Ramey, 17, of Seattle, and three teen-age companions climbed Naches ...
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Accident Reports
1952
Oregon: (1) Cascades
Oregon: (1) Cascades. John Howard, leader of a Mazama party, fell twelve feet while rappelling from the summit of Three Fingered ...
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Accident Reports
1952
Oregon: (2) Cascades
Oregon: (2) Cascades. On 3 June 1951 a party of 12 members of the Trails Club of Oregon climbed the South Side Route on ...
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Accident Reports
1952
Oregon: (3) Cascades
Oregon: (3) Cascades. .On 1 July 1951 a party of the Obsidians, Inc. of Eugene, Oregon, climbed Mt. Jefferson (10,500 feet). During a rest ...
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Accident Reports
1952
California: Sierra Nevada, Yosemite National Park
California: Sierra Nevada, Yosemite National Park. The following five accidents in this park in 1951 were reported to the American Alpine ...
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Accident Reports
1952
Utah: Zion National Park
Utah: Zion National Park. A concessioner employee was killed in a fall over a cliff on Deer Trap Mountain. He ...
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Accident Reports
1952
Colorado: (1) Needle Mountains
Colorado: (1) Needle Mountains. On 2 September 1951 Dale Johnson, a 20-year-old Colorado University student from Colorado Springs, fell 55 feet while climbing with ...
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Accident Reports
1952
Colorado: (2) Rocky Mountain National Park
Colorado: (2) Rocky Mountain National Park. On 16 July 1951 a party of 13 from the Young Men's Christian Association Camp near Estes Park ...
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Accident Reports
1952
Maine: (1) Appalachian Mountains, Mt. Katahdin
Maine: (1) Appalachian Mountains, Mt . Katahdin. On 18 March 1951 seven students of the Phillips Exeter Academy Mountaineering Club slid about 1,000 feet in ...
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Accident Reports
1952
Maine: (2) Appalachian Mountains, Mt. Katahdin
Maine: (2) Appalachian Mountains, Mt. Katahdin. On 28 July 1951 Marcia Doolittle, about 22 years old, of Schenectady, New York, fell forty feet from ...
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Accident Reports
1952