American Alpine Jounrna and Accidents in North American Climbing

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American Antarctic Mountaineering Expedition
In 1935 Lincoln Ellsworth sighted a mountain range in western Antarctica on his trans-continental flight. He named these peaks the Sentinel ...
AAJ
Feature Article
1967
The West Ridge to Logan
The West Ridge to Logan Boyd N. Everett, Jr. DURING June and July of 1966 the St. Elias Mountains had unprecedented ...
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Feature Article
1967
Mount Seattle—From Sea to Summit
Mount Seattle—From Sea to Summit Donald J. Liska “When I saw the look on the pilot’s face, I ...
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Feature Article
1967
Mount Hunter from the Northeast
Mount Hunter from the Northeast Donald N. Anderson As I swung around and around on the jammed rope, I wondered ...
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Feature Article
1967
Kichatna Spire
Kichatna Spire David S. Roberts and Richard G. C. Millikan Roberts begins: THE Cathedral Spires, hidden in a southwestern corner ...
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Feature Article
1967
Steele Glacier Surge
Steele Glacier Surge Walter A. Wood FROM time to time dramatic natural events occur which overflow the frontiers of scientific ...
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Feature Article
1967
The South Face of Snowpatch Spire
The South Face of Snowpatch Spire John Hudson and Richard C. Williams, Vulgarian Mountain Club Sometimes I think I'm much ...
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Feature Article
1967
Mount Temple's North Face
Mount Temple's North Face Brian Greenwood WHEN I tried to climb Temple a couple of weeks after first arriving in ...
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Feature Article
1967
The East Face of Liberty Bell
The East Face of Liberty Bell Alex Bertulis ALTHOUGH Washington State is well known for its picturesque mountains which lie ...
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Feature Article
1967
Eiger Direct, the John Harlin Route
Eiger Direct, the John Harlin Route Christian Bonington, Alpine Club THE term “last great problem” must be one of the ...
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Feature Article
1967
Les Courtes—Face Nord
Les Courtes—Face Nord Yvon Chouinard “IN France we say that the third time is always lucky.” So we were ...
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Feature Article
1967
YeruPaja—1966
Yerupajá—1966 Leif-Norman Patterson and David Isles Patterson describes the ascent of the west face. MOUNTAINEERING becomes difficult from the very ...
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Feature Article
1967
Tayapampa in the Alpamayo Valley
Tayapampa in the Alpamayo Valley Richard Goody OUR small party met in Miami International Airport late in the evening of ...
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Feature Article
1967
The Road to Suilá Chico
The Road to Siulá Chico Manfred Sturm, Sektion Oberland, Deutscher Alpenverein Translated by H. Adams Carter ON OUR return to ...
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Feature Article
1967
Exploring America's Southern Tip
OVER the past 447 years all sorts of characters have sailed below the intriguing mountains of the Fuegian Archipelago and it ...
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Feature Article
1967
On New Rock-Climbing Equipment and Its Use
On New Rock-Climbing Equipment and Its Use Yvon Chouinard and Thomas M. Frost DURING the last ten years a revolution ...
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Feature Article
1967
North America, United States, Alaska, Mount McKinley
Mount McKinley. Although the weather turned back several expeditions to Mount McKinley, three were successful. On June 23 Lee Nelson, Webb ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1967
North America, United States, Alaska, Winter Ascent of Mount McKinley
Winter Ascent of Mount McKinley. As the Journal goes to press, we receive word of the successful winter ascent of ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1967
Hunter and Foraker
Our expedition was organized by the Japanese Alpine Club, Student Section. The six members were Yasuhiko Iso, Takeshi Ogawa, Kazuya ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1967
North America, United States, Alaska, Attempt on Mount Russell, Alaska Range
Attempt on Mount Russell, Alaska Range. Our attempt to make the second ascent of Mount Russell (11,670 feet) by a new ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1967
North America, United States, Alaska, Mount Marcus Baker, Second Ascent, and Mount Goode, First Ascent, Chugach Range
Mount Marcus Baker, Second Ascent, and Mount Goode, First Ascent, Chugach Range. On April 20 Eric Barnes, flying for Alyeska Air ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1967
North America, United States, Alaska, Western Chugach Range
Western Chugach Range. The more significant virgin peaks near Anchorage are falling fast. The following first ascents were made this ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1967
North America, United States, Alaska, P 5750, Chugach Range
P 5730, Chugach Range. On July 7, 1965 the Spaniard Venancio López de Ceballos and the Alaskan John Samuelson made the first ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1967
North America, United States, Alaska, Peril Peak, Western Chugach
Peril Peak, Western Chugach. Nick Parker and Yoshio Inukai between July 10 and 12 made the second ascent of Peril Peak (7020 feet), ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1967
North America, United States, Alaska, Mount Sanford
Mount Sanford. On the afternoon of April 26 Jack Wilson landed Jerry Bernas, Rudi Schmidt, Sepp Weber and me at 7200 feet ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1967
North America, United States, Alaska, Bona and Churchill
Bona and Churchill. The Alpine Club of Tokyo University of Education Expedition was composed of Tamao Tokuhisa, leader, Hideki Yamamoto, ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1967
North America, United States, Alaska, Attempt on Mount St. Elias
Attempt on Mount St. Elias. On June 15 Alan Batten, John Bryant, Mike Coffine, Jim Gregg, Rick Potrello and I of ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1967
North America, United States, Alaska, Takhinsha Mountains
Takhinsha Mountains. The rugged Takhinsha Mountains, west of Haines, were explored for the first time in June. Our party consisted ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1967
North America, United States, Washington—Cascade Mountains, Mount Rainier, Central Mowich Mountains
Mount Rainier, Central Mowich Face. An ascent of the central part of this broad and steep face was first made ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1967
North America, United States, Washington—Cascade Mountains, The Blockhouse, South Face
The Blockhouse, South Face. High on the edge of the Cashmere Crags sits The Blockhouse, one of the Crags’ largest ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1967
North America, United States, Washington—Cascade Mountains, Index Town Wall, Town Crier Route
Index Town Wall, Town Crier Route. A spell of dry weather at Christmas in 1965 prompted Seattle rock climbers to seek ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1967
North America, United States, Washington—Cascade Mountains, Three Fingers, East Face Couloir
Three Fingers, East Face Couloir. On August 16, Jim Stoddard, Ted Carpenter and I made the first ascent of Three Fingers ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1967
North America, United States, Washington—Cascade Mountains, Early Winter Spires, South Spire West Face
Early Winter Spires, South Spire West Face. The unclimbed wall on the west side of the highest of the Early ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1967
North America, United States, Washington—Cascade Mountains, Big Kangaroo, South Face
Big Kangaroo, South Face. Although it is probably the largest face on Kangaroo Ridge, the south wall of its highest ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1967
North America, United States, Washington—Cascade Mountains, The Temple (Methow Range), Southwest Buttress
The Temple (Methow Range), Southwest Buttress. On July 8, 1964, Norm Weber and I completed a new route on the southwest corner ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1967
North America, United States, Washington—Cascade Mountains, The Temple, (Methow Range), Northeast Face
The Temple, (Methow Range), Northeast Face. What must be the last unclimbed part of this picturesque peak on Kangaroo Ridge ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1967
North America, United States, Washington—Cascade Mountains, "Halleluja Peak"
"Halleluja Peak.” This 7150-foot peak in Cascade Pass country, a mile southeast of Trapper Lake, has occasionally been referred to ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1967
North America, United States, Washington—Cascade Mountains, Mount Goode, East Buttress
Mount Goode, East Buttress. One of the most magnificent alpine faces of the northern Cascades, Mount Goode’s northeast wall ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1967
North America, United States, Washington—Cascade Mountains, Teebone Ridge Traverse
Teebone Ridge traverse. This little-traveled piece of country lying ten miles northeast of Marblemount was fully traversed from one end ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1967
North America, United States, Oregon—Cascade Mountains, Stein's Pillar
Stein’s Pillar. The third ascent of Stein’s Pillar, a spectacular, 400-foot, overhanging tower in eastern Oregon, was made ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1967
North America, United States, Idaho, Chimney Rock, South Nose
Chimney Rock, South Nose. Northern Idaho’s famed ridgetop landmark, Chimney Rock, yielded its fourth and perhaps most spectacular route ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1967
North America, United States, Arizona, Owl Rock
Owl Rock. Across the highway from Agathalan rises the red obelisk called Owl Rock. Harvey Carter and I studied a ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1967
North America, United States, Arizona, Baboquivari Peak, Southeast Buttress Chimney
Baboquivari Peak, Southeast Buttress Chimney. This dominant pyramidal peak is located 60 miles southwest of Tucson. The southeast buttress chimney is ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1967
North America, United States, Utah, Echo Tower, Fisher Towers
Echo Tower. Fisher Towers. Nestled against the La Sal Mountains, not far from the Colorado River east of Moab, lies ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1967
North America, United States, California—Yosemite, Sentinel Rock, North Face
Sentinel Rock, North Face. In September Dennis Hennek and I prepared to attempt the sixth new route on the north ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1967
North America, United States, California—Yosemite, Yosemite Climbing
Yosemite Climbing. Interest in Yosemite climbing seems to be growing internationally. There were three ascents of the El Capitan Nose, ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1967
North America, United States, California—Yosemite, Phantom Pinnacle, Center
Phantom Pinnacle, Center. In early May 1965, after several futile starts, Joe Faint and I made a new route up the ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1967
North America, United States, California—Yosemite, Glacier Point Apron
Glacier Point Apron. Although many excellent routes have been done on the exfoliation slabs on the Apron, only two routes ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1967
North America, United States, Montana, Beartooth Range
Beartooth Range. The Iowa Mountaineers held a summer camp in the Beartooth Range from August 7 to 19 Eighty members participated. Considerable ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1967
North America, United States, Wyoming—Tetons, Mount Teewinot, North Face Variation
Mount Teewinot, North Face Variation. This important face is nearly bisected by a large chimney-couloir which parallels the Emerson Chimney ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1967