American Alpine Jounrna and Accidents in North American Climbing

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332 Records

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California, Yosemite National Park, Indian Caves Area
California, Yosemite National Park, Indian Caves Area. On 25 March Jon Martin Spangler (18) and five companions were bouldering at Indian Caves. ...
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Accident Reports
1971
California, Yosemite National Park, Lost Arrow Direct
California, Yosemite National Park, Lost Arrow Direct. On 6 April Rov Naasz (20) and Andrew Embick (19) were climbing the Lost Arrow. Naasz ...
ANAM
Accident Reports
1971
California, Yosemite National Park, South Face Washington Column
California, Yosemite National Park, South Face Washington Column. On 25 April William Chadwick (23) and William R. Smith (20) were climbing the above ...
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Accident Reports
1971
California, Yosemite National Park, The Iota
California, Yosemite National Park, The Iota. On 7 May Jeff Kevser (20) and Thomas Stutzman (20) were climbing the Iota. Kevser led the ...
ANAM
Accident Reports
1971
Stranded – Exposure
On October 17, Mike Caldwell (20) and Don Fredrickson (27) started up the West Buttress route. Short days slowed their progress, but after ...
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Accident Reports
1971
Alaska, Mt. McKinley
Alaska, Mt. McKinley. A Japanese party of nine climbers, Yukio Mir- mura (30), Mamoru Oyoshi (28), Ryomei Asao (28), Masahiko Fukuhan (27), Hideaki Yoshinari (25), ...
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Accident Reports
1971
Alaska, Mt. McKinley
Alaska, Mt. McKinley. On 29 April Jerrold Smith (27) and John Lutz (21) were descending on fixed line West of Kahiltna Notch. Either ...
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Accident Reports
1971
Alaska, Mt. McKinley
Alaska, Mt. McKinley. Tom Kensler (22) and five companions reached 14,600 feet on June 21st, used the 22nd as a rest day, ...
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Accident Reports
1971
Alaska, Mt. McKinley
Alaska, Mt. McKinley. An all-female expedition consisting of Mrs. Grace Hoeman, Margaret Young, Margaret Clark, Mrs. Dana Isherwood, Faye Kerr, ...
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Accident Reports
1971
Reported Mountaineering Accidents, Table I
 Number of Accidents Reported Total Number of Persons Involved Injured Killed              Year USA-CAN. USA-CAN. USA-CAN. USA-CAN.  1951 14 21 10 3 —  1952 29 32 17 13  1953 24 27 14 12  1954 32 42 31 8  1955 34 39 26 6  1956 46 71 51 13  1957 45 53 28 18  1958 32 38 22 11  1959 42—2 56— 2 28— 0 19— 2  1960 47— 4 63 — 12 35— 8 19— 4  1961 49— 9 61 — 14 45— 10 14— 4  1962 72— 1 90 —1 64—0 19—1  1963 67.— 11 77 — 12 45—10 18— 2  1964 56—11 68 — 16 46—8 16— 3  1965 71 —0 89— 0 57— 0 21—0  1966 69—7 82— 9 55— 6 16— 3  1967 84— 10 110— 14 67—7 33— 5  1968 80—12 86—18 46—11 27— 5  1969 91— 12 122— 18 64 — 10 30 — 2  1970 117— 7 163— 7 78—4 15 — 3 
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Accident Tables
1971
Reported Mountaineering Accidents, Table II
Geographical Districts Number of Accidents 1951–69 Total Persons Involved Number of Accidents 1970 Total Persons Involved       Deaths     Deaths      Canada  Alberta  25 11 31 0 0 0  British Columbia 47 14 74 7 3 7  ...
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Accident Tables
1971
Reported Mountaineering Accidents, Table III
 1951–69 U.S.A. 1959–69 CAN. U.S.A. 1970 CAN        Terrain   Rock  777 59 127 3  Snow  446 55 35 4  River  3 0 1 0  Unknown 1 2 0 0  Ascent or Descent   Ascent  600 62 70 5  Descent  564 50 70 2  Unknown 63 4 23 0  Immediate ...
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Accident Tables
1971