American Alpine Jounrna and Accidents in North American Climbing

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293 Records

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Asia, Pakistan, Falak Sar, Swat-Kohistan
Falak Sar, Swat-Kohistan. A Japanese expedition from Yamaguchi University was composed of Yoshiyuki Nagahiro and Toshiyuki Akiyama. After traveling by ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1968
Asia, Pakistan, Gabral Valley
Gabral Valley. The Kyoto University of Education Expedition was led by Tatsuya Harada and further composed of Toshikazu Oze, Masao ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1968
Asia, Pakistan, Miangul Sar
Miangul Sar. The Austrian Wolfgang Stefan, accompanied by N. Norris, made the first ascent of Miangul Sar (19,554 feet).
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Climbs And Expeditions
1968
Asia, Pakistan, Mali-ka-Parbat, Kaghan Valley
Mali-ka-Parbat, Kaghan Valley. This highest and most prominent peak in the Kaghan Valley has a southern (17,356 feet) and a northern ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1968
Asia, Afghanistan, Bandaka, Peaks above Darrah-i-Shahran, Mir Samir
Bandaka, Peaks above Darrah-i-Shahran, Mir Samir. The British Midlands Hindu Kush Expedition climbed first in the Bandaka region, where they ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1968
Asia, Afghanistan, Peaks above Darrah-i-Shahran
Peaks above Darrah-i-Shahran. An Italian expedition also climbed above the Darrah-i-Shahran. On August 6 E. Barbero, A. Bonomi and L. Ratto ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1968
Asia, Afghanistan, P 5881, Munjan-Bashgal
P 5881, Munjan-Bashgal. The Americans Jack and Jeff Dozier on August 11 made the second ascent via the north ridge of P 5881 (19,295 ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1968
Asia, Afghanistan, Bandaka
Bandaka. The Chuhoh University Expedition from Tokyo was led by Katsumasa Itakura; other members were Hiroshi Katayama, Kuniharu Ichikawa, Seiten ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1968
Asia, Afghanistan, Bandaka, 1966
Bandaka, 1966. Too late for inclusion in A.A.J., 1967 came word of an unsuccessful attempt on Bandaka. A group of ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1968
Asia, Afghanistan, Information Center about the Hindu Kush
Information Center about the Hindu Kush. The German tourist club, Die Naturfreunde, has set up an information center to help ...
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Notes
1968
Asia, U.S.S.R., Pik Lenin, Pamir Mountains
Pik Lenin, Pamir Mountains. After fifteen years of attempting to get permission, an Austrian expedition was finally allowed to leave ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1968
Antarctica, Cerro Francés, Amberer Island, Palmer Peninsula
Cerro Francés, Amberer Island, Palmer Peninsula. The expedition was composed of Martin Donovan, Jorge Ruiz Luque, Ismael Palma, Alfredo ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1968
Africa, East Africa
East Africa. The Iowa Mountaineers sponsored an expedition to East Africa in July and August. Thirty experienced climbers from ten ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1968
A.A.C., Cascade Section
A.A.C., Cascade Section. This was a somewhat unusual year for the section in that there were two “Annual ...
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Club Activities
1968
A.A.C., Oregon Section
A.A.C., Oregon Section. The testing of ice screws and pitons on Mount Hood under Jack Baldwin’s supervision ...
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Club Activities
1968
A.A.C., Sierra Nevada Section
A.A.C., Sierra Nevada Section. The year 1967 saw our section’s membership grow from 68 to 84, probably the largest annual ...
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Club Activities
1968
The Alpine Club of Canada
The Alpine Club of Canada. The Club did not hold its annual summer climbing camp as such in 1967, but was ...
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Club Activities
1968
Appalachian Mountain Club
Appalachian Mountain Club. The mountaineering committee of the AMC continued to train beginners in rock and ice climbing as well ...
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Club Activities
1968
British Columbia Mountaineering Club
British Columbia Mountaineering Club. The 1967 season was an active one with the favorable influences of good weather and Canadian Centennial ...
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Club Activities
1968
Chicago Mountaineering Club
Chicago Mountaineering Club. The principal club activity was the August outing at Island Lake in the Wind Rivers of Wyoming, ...
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Club Activities
1968
Colorado College Mountain Club
Colorado College Mountain Club. The CCMC continued to hold its local rock schools and climbing trips to introduce new members ...
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Club Activities
1968
Colorado Mountain Club
Colorado Mountain Club. Club-sponsored outings once again included Colorado and foreign travel. The first outing, in early July, was located ...
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Club Activities
1968
Dartmouth Mountaineering Club
Dartmouth Mountaineering Club. The highlight of the 1966 climbing season, which was inadvertently omitted from last year’s Journal, was a ...
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Club Activities
1968
Harvard Mountaineering Club
Harvard Mountaineering Club. The activities in the past year ranged from near to far. Rock-climbing trips were made to nearby ...
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Club Activities
1968
Iowa Mountaineers
Iowa Mountaineers. The club enjoyed an unusually eventful year in 1967. The annual banquet attracted 152 members; Layton Kor was the guest ...
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Club Activities
1968
Mazamas
Mazamas. During the year The Mazamas of Portland, Oregon, started 128 climbs on 45 different peaks in their regular climbing schedule. In ...
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Club Activities
1968
The Mountaineers
The Mountaineers. The Mountaineers climbing courses continue to be most popular with 265 basic students and 63 intermediates registered in 1967. In addition ...
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Club Activities
1968
Mountain Rescue Association
Mountain Rescue Association. From the initial nine charter teams founding MRA on June 7, 1959, we have now grown to include 35 qualified ...
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Club Activities
1968
Simian Climbing Club
Simian Climbing Club. The 1966–1967 school year was a busy one for the University of Illinois Simians. More than 100 members received ...
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Club Activities
1968
Spokane Mountaineers
Spokane Mountaineers. Courses in ski mountaineering and basic climbing were repeated in 1967. The graduation climb of Mount Hood drew 31 enthusiasts. ...
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Club Activities
1968
Stanford Alpine Club
Stanford Alpine Club. The Stanford Alpine Club continues to emphasize preparation for and climbing in Yosemite Valley through weekly local ...
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Club Activities
1968
University of Wyoming Outing Club
University of Wyoming Outing Club. During the year UWOC conducted a spring and a fall climbing school. Although in the ...
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Club Activities
1968
Wyoming Hoofer Mountaineers
Wisconsin Hoofer Mountaineers. During the past year the WHM were again active in midwestern climbing. Our Sunday trips to Devils ...
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Club Activities
1968
Yale Mountaineering Club
Yale Mountaineering Club. The summer of 1967 was a very active one for the YMC with members climbing in areas from ...
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Club Activities
1968
Direttissima
Direttissima, by Peter Gilman and Dougal Haston. New York: Harper & Row, 1966. 174 pages, 40 pages of photographs. Price $5.95. The Eiger Direct assault ...
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Book Reviews
1968
Mt. McKinley: The Pioneer Climbs
Mt. McKinley: The Pioneer Climbs, by Terris Moore. College, Alaska. University of Alaska Press, 1967. Distributed by University of Washington Press. 202 ...
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Book Reviews
1968
Guide Vallot, Volume III—Aiguille Verte, Triolet, Dorent, Argentière, Trient
Guide Vallot, Volume III — Aiguille Verte, Triolet, Dolent, Argentière, Trient, 3rd Edition, by L. Devies and P. Henry. Paris: ...
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Book Reviews
1968
The Andes are Prickly
The Andes are Prickly, by Malcolm Slesser. London: Victor Gollancz Ltd., 1966. 254 pages, 31 photographs, 4 maps. Price: 42 s. This book is not ...
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Book Reviews
1968
At Grips with Jannu
At Grips with Jannu, by Jean Franco and Lionel Terray. Translated by Hugh Merrick. London: Victor Gollancz Limited, 1967. 192 pages; 60 photographs. “...
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Book Reviews
1968
Four Miles High
Four Miles High, by Josephine Scarr. London: Victor Gollancz, Ltd., 1966. 188 pages plus 32 pages of photographs. 5 sketch maps. 36 sh. Two separate ...
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Book Reviews
1968
Cloud Walkers
Cloud Walkers, by Paddy Sherman. New York: St. Martin’s Press, 1965. l6l pages, 17 photographs. Price $5.95. Paddy Sherman, a Canadian, ...
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Book Reviews
1968
Across the Olympic Mountains: The Press Expedition
Across the Olympic Mountains: The Press Expedition, 1889–90, by Robert L. Wood. Seattle, Washington: The Mountaineers and the University of Washington ...
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Book Reviews
1968
Sky Island
Sky Island, by Weldon F. Heald. Princeton, New Jersey: D. Van Nostrand Company, Inc., 1967. 166 pages, 65 photographs, 16 line drawings, and 2 sketch ...
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Book Reviews
1968
Rock and Rope
Rock and Rope, by Showell Styles. London: Faber and Faber, 1967. 174 pages, 9 photographs. Price: 25s. Mr. Styles recognizes two kinds of ...
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Book Reviews
1968
The Mountaineer's Companion
The Mountaineer’s Companion, edited by Michael Ward. London: Eyre & Spottiswoode, Ltd., 1966. 598 pages, 24 black and white photographs, 1 color photograph, 20 drawings, 3 ...
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Book Reviews
1968
Climbing Blind
Climbing Blind, by Colette Richard. New York: E. P. Dutton, 1967. 159 pages, 5 photographs. Price: $4.50. Colette Richard became blind at the age ...
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Book Reviews
1968
The Mountains of the World
The Mountains of the World, by Hisatake Murakami, Editor, and Ichiro Yoshizawa, Director. Tokyo: Yama to Keikoku, 1967. 212 pages, 200 color pictures ...
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Book Reviews
1968
Weisses Heiligtum
Weisses Heiligtum, by Keiichi Yamada, Tokyo, author and publisher, 1966. 64 pages of full page black and white photographs, 9 pages of appendix—...
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Book Reviews
1968
Spedizioni d'alpinismo in Africa
Spedizioni d’alpinismo in Africa, by Guido Monzino. Verona: Mondadori, 1966. 348 pages, 177 photographs (31 in color), 27 maps and sketches. In this massive ...
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Book Reviews
1968
Spedizioni d'alpinismo in Groenlandia
Spedizioni d’Alpinismo in Groenlandia, by Guido Monzino. Verona: Mondadori, 1966. 424 pages, 276 plates (42 in color), 30 maps, 9 sketches. This book is a ...
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Book Reviews
1968