American Alpine Jounrna and Accidents in North American Climbing

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164 Records

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Asia, Nepal, Makalu
Makalu. The French expedition to Makalu led by Jean Franco deserves high praise. Thanks to excellent organization, splendid equipment, especially ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1956
Asia, Nepal, Langtang Himal
Langtang Himal. The famous Swiss climber, Raymond Lambert, and the noted Belgian scientist, Canon Jules Détry, in early April 1955 ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1956
Asia, Nepal, Jugal Himal
Jugal Himal. The first all-woman Himalayan expedition consisting of three members of the Ladies’ Scottish Climbing Club led by Mrs. ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1956
Asia, Nepal, Gaurisankar Region
Gaurisankar Region. The Merseyside Himalayan Expedition under the leadership of Alfred Gregory spent two and a half months climbing and ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1956
Asia, Nepal, Dhaulagiri
Dhaulagiri. The fourth attempt to climb 26,795-foot Dhaulagiri ended in failure again this year when a party of five Germans ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1956
Asia, Nepal, Himal Chuli
Himal Chuli. The ill-fated expedition of Britishers from Kenya under the joint leadership of J. W. Howard and Arthur Firmin ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1956
Asia, Nepal, Annapurna IV
Annapurna IV. A German expedition under the leadership of Heinz Steinmetz, consisting of Dr. Manfred Bachmann, Harald Biller, Fritz Lobbichler ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1956
Asia, Nepal, Ganesh Himal
Ganesh Himal. Under the leadership of the Swiss Raymond Lambert, a Franco-Swiss expedition succeeded in climbing 24,298-foot Ganesh Himal on ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1956
Asia, Nepal, Manaslu
Manaslu. Our reconnaissance party to Manaslu of three members under the leadership of Ohara has returned from Nepal, reporting the ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1956
Asia, India, Kamet and Abi Gamin
Kamet and Abi Gamin. An all-Indian expedition made a remarkable record in Garhwal in 1955, accomplishing the second ascent of Kamet (25,447 ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1956
Asia, India, Banderpunch, Black Peak
Kamet and Abi Gamin. An all-Indian expedition made a remarkable record in Garhwal in 1955, accomplishing the second ascent of Kamet (25,447 ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1956
Asia, India, Ronti
Ronti. Mr. Peter Aufschnaiter and I reached the summit of Ronti (19,895 feet) on June 15, 1955. [This was the first ascent. Editor.] ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1956
Asia, India, Central Lahul
Central Lahul. Under the leadership of Hamish McArthur, a small expedition consisting of Mrs. McArthur, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Solari, ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1956
Asia, India, Kulti Glacier Basin
Kulti Glacier Basin. The R.A.F. Mountaineering Expedition to Kulu and Spiti led by Group Captain A. J. M. ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1956
Asia, India, Spiti
Spiti. The Cambridge University Expedition to Spiti comprised Mr. and Mrs. P. F. Holmes, Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Lamb, ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1956
Asia, Pakistan, Chogo-Lungma Region
Chogo-Lungma Region. A strong German expedition from Frankfurt explored and climbed in the Chogo-Lungma region in the western Karakoram. They ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1956
Asia, Pakistan, Chari Khand
Chari Khand. Nasir Ali and I with two Hunza porters made a short attempt on Chari Khand (19,300 feet) from the ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1956
Asia, Japan, Sakube Iwa, Honshu
Sakube lwa, Honshu. Honshu, the southwestern island of Japan, offers little climbing of an original nature unless one can locate ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1956
Asia, U.S.S.R., Pamirs
Pamirs. A Soviet-Chinese expedition was active in the Trans-Alai Group in the western Pamirs. Nineteen members of the expedition made, ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1956
A.A.C., Rocky Mountain Section
A.A.C., Rocky Mountain Section. The financial affairs of the Rocky Mountain Section of the A.A.C. took ...
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Club Activities
1956
A.A.C., Sierra Nevada Section
A.A.C., Sierra Nevada Section. During 1955 the Sierra Nevada Section held four meetings, all of them in Berkeley. Talks ...
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Club Activities
1956
The Alpine Club of Canada
The Alpine Club of Canada. The Club conducted two very successful camps during the period under review—an eight-day ski ...
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Club Activities
1956
Appalachian Mountain Club
Appalachian Mountain Club. The Club carried out its usual activities during 1955: its 363 miles of trails in the White Mountains, on ...
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Club Activities
1956
Chicago Mountaineering Club
Chicago Mountaineering Club. Harry Lumby of our club, who is an accredited first-aid instructor, held classes in the early spring ...
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Club Activities
1956
Colorado Mountain Club
Colorado Mountain Club. Two outings were held with 68 persons attending the in-state Shavano outing and 35 the outing at Lake O’...
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Club Activities
1956
Dartmouth Mountaineering Club
Dartmouth Mountaineering Club. The only area to see action from the D.M.C. last summer was the Tetons. On ...
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Club Activities
1956
Harvard Mountaineering Club
Harvard Mountaineering Club. In keeping with a general rise in interest in mountaineering, 1955 was the most active year in club ...
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Club Activities
1956
Iowa Mountaineers
Iowa Mountaineers. The club sponsored 19 week-end climbing outings to climbing areas in Iowa, Illinois, and Wisconsin. Ten 20-mile conditioning hikes ...
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Club Activities
1956
Mazamas
Mazamas. The climbing program in the Mazamas continued its expansion as it has each year since the war. There were 770 ...
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Club Activities
1956
M.I.T. Outing Club
M.l.T. Outing Club. Located as we are in the East, it is essentially impossible for the dub to ...
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Club Activities
1956
Princeton Mountaineering Club
Princeton Mountaineering Club. On June 17, 1955, Kerck Kelsey (President), Tom Tifft, Dave Isles, Terhan Tirana, Guy Williamson, and Bruce Carrick assembled ...
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Club Activities
1956
Rensselaer Mountaineering Club
Rensselaer Mountaineering Club. Spring activities of the Rensselaer Mountaineering Club consisted largely of rock-climbing trips to the Sha- wangunk cliffs ...
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Club Activities
1956
Sierra Club
Sierra Club. Mountaineering activities continued on many fronts during 1955. Group outings during the summer included High Trips or Base Camps ...
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Club Activities
1956
Southwestern Mountaineers
Southwestern Mountaineers. Since the initial meeting of our climbing club was in October 1955, our lack of collective experience caused us ...
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Club Activities
1956
Stanford Alpine Club
Stanford Alpine Club. March 1955 saw Stanford Alpine Club members in both the Tetons, where an attempt was made on the ...
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Club Activities
1956
Wisconsin Hoofers
Wisconsin Hoofers. By reason of location we are predominantly a rock climbing club and do most of our climbing on ...
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Club Activities
1956
Yale Mountaineering Club
Yale Mountaineering Club. Although members of the Y.M.C. have been active in many of the ranges of this ...
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Club Activities
1956
Mountain Rescue Council, Seattle, Washington
Mountain Rescue Council, Seattle, Washington. Numerous American Alpine Club members were active as leaders and members in the Mountain Rescue ...
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Club Activities
1956
Rocky Mountain Rescue Group
Rocky Mountain Rescue Group. The group was formed in 1947 by mountaineers who were concerned about the large number of mountaineering ...
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Club Activities
1956
Recent Growth of Glaciers in the Pacific Northwest
RECENT GROWTH OF GLACIERS IN THE PACIFIC NORTHWEST Approximately 90 per cent of the total area covered by glaciers in the ...
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Notes
1956
Glacial Advance on Mount Baker
GLACIAL ADVANCE ON MOUNT BAKER The Coleman Glacier on Mt. Baker, a 10,750-foot volcanic peak in Washington State, occupies on ...
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Notes
1956
An Active Glacier in Nevada
AN ACTIVE GLACIER IN NEVADA Some years ago I ran across an article in the "Fifth Annual Report of the ...
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Notes
1956
The Mountain World 1955
The Mountain World 1955. English version edited by Malcolm Barnes. 222 pages, 64 illustrations, 24 maps. New York: Harper and Brothers, 1955. Price $6.00. The third ...
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Book Reviews
1956
The Book of the Mountains
The Book of the Mountains, edited by A. C. Spectorsky. 492 pages, 87 pictures, numerous sketches. New York: Appleton-Century-Crofts, Inc. 1955. Price $10.00. This ...
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Book Reviews
1956
Introduction to Mountaineering
Introduction to Mountaineering, by Showell Styles. 159 pages, 8 plates, 17 figures, glossary of climbing terms, bibliography, and 2 appendices. London, Seeley Service and ...
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Book Reviews
1956
The Technique of Mountaineering
The Technique of Mountaineering, by J. E. B. Wright. 144 pages, with 21 photographs, 132 drawings, and a glossary of mountaineering terms. London; ...
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Book Reviews
1956
Pilote Des Glaciers
Pilote Des Glaciers, by Hermann Geiger, with a preface by Felix Germain. 152 pages, with 48 illustrations, 6 pen drawings and 6 technical drawings ...
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Book Reviews
1956
Abode of Snow
Abode of Snow. A History of Himalayan Exploration and Mountaineering, by Kenneth Mason. 372 pages; illustrations and diagrams. London: Rupert Hart-Davis, 1955. ...
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Book Reviews
1956
Ascent of K2
Ascent of K2. By Prof. Ardito Desio. Translated by David Moore. 239 pages, 57 illustrations, 3 maps in text. London: Elek Books. Printed ...
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Book Reviews
1956
Kangchenjunga Challenge
Kangchenjunga Challenge, by Paul Bauer. 202 pages and 12 illustrations. Foreword by Sir John Hunt. London: Kimber, 1955. Price, 18 s. Paul Bauer, one ...
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Book Reviews
1956