American Alpine Jounrna and Accidents in North American Climbing

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The North American Andean Expedition, 1964, Huandoy Sur and Chacraraju
The North American Andean Expedition, 1964 Huandoy Sur and Chacraraju Henry L. Abrons and Daniel E. Doody* COPA, PALCARAJU, HUANDOY SUR ...
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Feature Article
1965
Jirishanka Norte
Jirishanca Norte Leslie D. Wilson, unaffiliated The twin peaks of Jirishanca and Jirishanca Norte, 20,099 and 19,735 feet respectively, are located in ...
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Feature Article
1965
Talung Peak
What went on before the German Himalayan Expedition 1964 was the same as with other expeditions: high hopes, intense expectations, obstacles, ...
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Feature Article
1965
Mount Huntington
Mount Huntington By Lionel Terray, Club Alpin Français. Translated by H. Adams Carter After seeing superb photographs by Bradford ...
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Feature Article
1965
The Moose's Tooth
The Moose’s Tooth Walter Welsch, Deutscher Alpenverein Translated by H. Adams Carter On May 5 we four members of the ...
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Feature Article
1965
All Japan Mt. St. Elias Expedition, 1964
All Japan Mount St. Elias Expedition, 1964 Shiro Nishimae, Federation of All Japan Mountaineering Unions We Japanese have found with satisfaction ...
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Feature Article
1965
Mount Logan's "Independence Ridge"
Mount Logan's “Independence Ridge” Gregg Blomberg I had long wanted to climb Mount Logan and in the fall of 1963 I ...
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Feature Article
1965
The Granite Towers of Arrigetch, Brooks Range
The Granite Towers of the Arrigetch, Brooks Range Jeanne Bergen Granite towers and spires with clean, sweeping faces — on the ...
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Feature Article
1965
West of the Stikine — Part II
West of the Stikine — Part II* Fred Beckey The highest and most rugged mountains in the British Columbia and Alaska ...
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Feature Article
1965
West Face of Mount Brussels
West Face of Mount Brussels Arthur Gran NEW LIMESTONE TECHNIQUES A climber’s composure is his most valuable asset on ...
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Feature Article
1965
South Face of Washington Column
As smooth and beautiful as the great rock faces which surround it, Yosemite’s Washington Column rises sheer from the ...
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Feature Article
1965
The North America Wall
The Sierra Nevada, a slice of the earth’s crust 400 miles long and a hundred wide, was tilted upward along ...
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Feature Article
1965
The South Face of Mount Watkins
The historic first ascent of Yosemite Valley’s El Capitan in 1958 opened a new era in Yosemite climbing. In subsequent ...
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Feature Article
1965
Mount Hooker's North Face
The Golden Age of Mountaineering is still with us on great, impressive faces in the Wind River Range. The 1,800-foot ...
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Feature Article
1965
A Traverse of the Grand Tetons
A Traverse of the Grand Tetons Allen P. Steck Herrliche Berge, Sonnige Höhen. Bergvagabunden sind wir.* Part 1 It is ...
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Feature Article
1965
North Face of the Mönch and West Face of the Blaitière
North Face of the Mönch and West Face of the Blaitière John Harlin WINTER ASCENT OF THE MÖ...
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Feature Article
1965
The Story of Mont Aiguille
The Story Of Mont Aiguille J. Monroe Thorington CURiosiTY and necessity, pilgrimages and military campaigns, were among the early motives ...
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Feature Article
1965
Treatment and Prevention of High Altitude Pulmonary Edema
Treatment and Prevention of High Altitude Pulmonary Edema Herbert N. Hultgren* High altitude pulmonary edema is a serious illness which ...
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Feature Article
1965
Avoiding Cold Feet — Cold Weather Footgear
Avoiding Frozen Feet —Cold Weather Footgear William E. Davis WITH an increase in the number or expeditions to areas of ...
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Feature Article
1965
Antarctica — Why?
Antarctica-Why? Henry S. Francis, Jr. and Robert W. Mason Introduction In 1965, the United States will have completed ten years of ...
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Feature Article
1965
Will Hannum Borrow, Jr., 1908 - 1964
WILL HANNUM BORROW, JR. 1908 - 1964 The Northwest lost one of its devoted mountain men by a coronary on September 3, 1964 in ...
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In Memoriam
1965
James Baldwin, 1938 - 1964
JAMES BALDWIN 1938 - 1964 It was with shock and disbelief that Jim’s many friends learned of his death this spring. ...
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In Memoriam
1965
Lord Malcolm Douglas-Hamilton, 1910 - 1964
LORD MALCOLM DOUGLAS-HAMILTON 1910 - 1964 Lord Malcolm Douglas-Hamilton, OBE, DFC, elected to the American Alpine Club in 1954 was killed at the ...
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In Memoriam
1965
Daniel Edmund Doody, 1933 - 1965
DANIEL EDMUND DOODY 1933 - 1965 On March 14, 1965, Dan Doody and Craig M. Merrihue fell from the center section of Pinnacle Gully ...
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In Memoriam
1965
Craig Morris Merrihue, 1933 - 1965
CRAIG MORRIS MERRIHUE 1933 - 1965 On March 14th, 1965, Craig Merrihue, along with his climbing partner Dan Doody, was tragically killed in ...
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In Memoriam
1965
North America, United States, Alaska, Mt. McKinley
Mount McKinley. Aside from the ascent made by the Germans, which is reported on elsewhere in this Journal, Mount McKinley ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1965
North America, United States, Alaska, Mount Torbert, Alaska Range
Mount Torbert, Alaska Range. On the afternoon of May 14 John Gar- dey, Dr. George Wichman, Dr. Rod Wilson, and I ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1965
North America, United States, Alaska, Chugach Range
Chugach Range. During an extremely rare period of sustained weather, Art Davidson, from Colorado, and I made first ascents of ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1965
North America, United States, Alaska, Peaks above the Kahiltna Glacier
Peaks above the Kahiltna Glacier. Late in May, Margaret Young and I flew our Cessna 180 onto the Kahiltna Glacier and ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1965
North America, United States, Alaska, Peak 10,105, Second Ascent
Peak 10,105, Second Ascent. This important peak, (10,105 feet) rises immediately east of the Kahiltna Glacier and is the highest point south ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1965
North America, United States, Alaska, Hayes Group
Hayes Group. Hayes, Deborah and Hess have received a good deal of attention in the past, but several unclimbed 12,000ers ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1965
North America, United States, Alaska, Mount Deborah, Hayes Group, Alaska Range
Mount Deborah, Hayes Group, Alaska Range. The 6000-foot east face of Mount Deborah (2/3 of it is at an average angle ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1965
North America, United States, Alaska, Blackburn and Regal, Wrangell Range
Blackburn and Regal, Wrangell Range. The Doshisha University Expedition was led by Masao Nishihara and was composed of Yasuichi Kitamura, ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1965
North America, United States, Washington, Cascade Mountains, Mount Rainier, Curtis Ridge Again
Mount Rainier, Curtis Ridge again. On Memorial Day weekend Paul Williams, Bill Dougall, Steve Marts, and I made the second ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1965
North America, United States, Washington, Cascade Mountains, Cashmere Crags, North Face of the Black Pyramid
Cashmere Crags, North Face of the Black Pyramid. On June 3, from our camp under a large boulder below the north ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1965
North America, United States, Washington, Cascade Mountains, Cashmere Crags, West Face of the Mole
Cashmere Crags, West face of the Mole. Better late than never? On September 15, 1957 Gerry Honey, Jim Fraser and I climbed ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1965
North America, United States, Washington, Cascade Mountains, Snow Creek Wall, New Routes
Snow Creek Wall, New Routes. The Galaxy Route located on the south half of the wall was completed September 14 by ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1965
North America, United States, Washington, Cascade Mountains, Midnight Rock, South Ramp
Midnight Rock, South Ramp. The longest route on the rock, the South Ramp, is a continuation of a climb begun ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1965
North America, United States, Washington, Cascade Mountains, Mount Stuart, Direct North Buttress
Mount Stuart, Direct North Buttress. Fred Stanley and I made a variation of previous routes on this buttress, which consisted ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1965
North America, United States, Washington, Cascade Mountains, The Town Wall
The Town Wall. Behind the town of Index, northeast of Mount Index on the Stevens Pass highway, there are several ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1965
North America, United States, Washington, Cascade Mountains, Mount Johannesberg, Northeast Face
Mount ]ohannesberg, Northeast Face. This face lies between the north- east-ridge route and the usual east-ridge route from the top ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1965
North America, United States, Washington, Cascade Mountains, Mount Booker, Northeast Face
Mount Booker, Northeast Face. Unless you have climbed in Washington’s Cascade Pass area you have undoubtedly never heard of ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1965
North America, United States, Washington, Cascade Mountains, Peak 7732, Chilliwacks
Peak 7732, Chilliwacks. The first ascent of this peak, which is the highest point on the ridge between Redoubt Creek and ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1965
North America, United States, Washington, Cascade Mountains, Bear Mountain, East Ridge
Bear Mountain, East Ridge, Chilliwacks. On August 15 Bill Van de Graaff, Marilyn Loranger, Dan Hendricks, Roger Fahy, Al Tatyrek, John ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1965
North America, United States, Washington, Cascade Mountains, Northwest Mox Peak, Chilliwacks, West Ridge
Northwest Mox Peak, Chilliwacks, West Ridge. A third ascent and new route was done on the northwest Mox Peak by ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1965
North America, United States, Washington, Cascade Mountains, Mount Spikard (Glacier Peak II), Chilliwacks, North Glacier Route
Mount Spickard (Glacier Peak II), Chilliwacks, North Glacier Route. The glacier route on the north side of Mount Spickard was ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1965
North America, United States, Washington, Cascade Mountains, Mount Shuksan, Southwest Face
Mount Shuksan, Southwest Face. On July 29, 1963 Dave Beckstead and I made the first ascent of Shuksan’s southwest precipice. This ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1965
North America, United States, California, Yosemite Valley, Ribbon Falls, East Portal
Ribbon Falls, East Portal. Hoping to succeed by sheer weight of numbers, John Evans, Dick Long, Allen Steck and I, ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1965
North America, United States, California, Yosemite Valley, The West Buttress of El Capitan
The West Buttress of El Capitan. In the balmy spring of 1964 Chuck Pratt and I, in 3½ days, made the second ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1965
North America, United States, California, Yosemite Valley, El Capitan, The Dihedral Wall
El Capitan, The Dihedral Wall. On June 6, after 5 days of difficult aid climbing, Tom Frost and I completed the first ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1965