American Alpine Jounrna and Accidents in North American Climbing

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Washington, Mt. Erie
Washington, Mt. Erie. On April 8 a group including Robert Wiley was descending the mountain. The group of five lost the ...
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Accident Reports
1963
Washington, Cascades, Hall's Peak
Washington, Cascades, Hall’s Peak. On May 20, John Woll, Dan Davis, Steven Skubi (15), and Richard Springgate left Silverton, Washington on ...
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Accident Reports
1963
Washington, Cascades, Mt. Garfield
Washington, Cascades, Mt. Garfield. The party of Mike Kennedy (19) and Roger Jackson set out to climb a previously unclimbed spire ...
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Accident Reports
1963
Washington, Cascades, Nooksack Tower
Washington, Cascades, Nooksack Tower. On July 21 Mike Kennedy and Roger Jackson (28) were approaching the Nooksack Tower. The approach requires the ...
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Accident Reports
1963
Washington, Olympic National Park, Mt. Storm King
Washington, Olympic National Park, Mt. Storm King. On August 18 Kenneth Yamauchi (19) and two companions, Stephen Jackson and Bill Hartford, all ...
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Accident Reports
1963
Washington, Cascades, Mt. Baker
Washington, Cascades, Mt. Baker. On November 2 Hans Jorritsma (30), and Joan Huckell (27) hiked in and established a camp at Camp Kizer ...
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Accident Reports
1963
Alaska, Mt. McKinley (1)
Alaska, Mt. McKinley (1). The leader of the British Joint Service Expedition and one other had advanced ahead of the main ...
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Accident Reports
1963
Alaska, Mt. McKinley (2)
Alaska, Mt. McKinley (2). The British Joint Service Expedition of six men had reached 17,000 feet on the West Buttress route of ...
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Accident Reports
1963
Alaska, Mt. McKinley (3)
Alaska, Mt. McKinley (3). On July 3rd John Hinde (34) and two others of the British Joint Service Expedition approached the summit ...
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Accident Reports
1963
Table I, Reported Mountaineering Accidents
 Number of Accidents Reported Total Number of Persons Involved Injured Killed  Year U.S.A.-CAN. U.SA.-CAN. U....
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Accident Tables
1963
Table II
TABLE II Geographical Number of 1951-61 1962 Total Persons Number of Total Persons  Districts Accidents Deaths Involved Accidents Deaths Involved  Canada  ...
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Accident Tables
1963
Table III, Miscellaneous Information, Numbers Refer to Number of Persons Involved
Miscellaneous Information Numbers Refer to Number of Persons Involved Terrain 1951-61 1959-61  1961   U.S. CAN. U.S. CAN.  Rock  303 3 56 1  Snow  191 22 26 0  ...
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Accident Tables
1963
Searches, Rescues, And Recoveries in North American Alpine Areas, First Annual Report of the Rescue Operations Committee
A Joint Committee of the American Alpine Club and the Mountain Rescue Association In this pioneer effort to report on ...
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Editorials And Prefaces
1963
Searches, Rescues, and Recoveries-1962, Arizona, Catalina Mountains, Alamo Canyon
Arizona, Catalina Mountains, Alamo Canyon. (See accident report.) Bryan Castner directed efforts to Finger Rock Canyon, where he indicated that ...
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Accident Reports
1963
California, Sierra Nevada, Banner Peak
California, Sierra Nevada, Banner Peak. (See accident report.) The rockfall, followed by Elliotts moans, alerted Ellena and climber Bill Sundlad ...
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Accident Reports
1963
Oregon, Salmonberry Canyon
Oregon, Salmonberry Canyon. On October 6th, Owen Fowler died of a heart attack while hunting. Upon arrival the Oregon State ...
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Accident Reports
1963
Washington, Cascades, Granite Mountain
Washington, Cascades, Granite Mountain. (See accident report.) The King County Sheriff and Seattle MRC were notified of the avalanche accident ...
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Accident Reports
1963
Washington, Hall Peak
Washington, Hall Peak. (See accident report.) At the end of Skubi’s 1500 foot fall, he came to rest on steep ...
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Accident Reports
1963
Washington, Mt. Baker
Washington, Mt. Baker (See accident report.) Hans Jorritsma placed Miss Huckell in a shallow moat between the rock and ice ...
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Accident Reports
1963
Washington, Southern Olympics
Washington, Southern Olympics. On Saturday morning, November 10th, a routine problem was being conducted by F-102 fighter planes from Paine ...
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Accident Reports
1963