American Alpine Jounrna and Accidents in North American Climbing

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Asia, Pakistani-Afgan Frontier Area, Kohe Urgunt and Other Peaks
Kohe Urgunt and Other Peaks. The expedition of the Tegernsee section of the German Alpine Club (DAV) was composed of ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1974
Asia, Pakistani-Afgan Frontier Area, Mandaras Valley and Zebak Area
Mandaras Valley and Zebak Area. An expedition of the Klub Tatrzanski PTTK Krakow, led by Jerzy Wala, climbed first in ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1974
Asia, Pakistani-Afgan Frontier Area, Kohe Hevad
Kohe Hevad. Another Polish expedition from Posnan to the Ishmurch valley was led by Jerzy Marcinkowski. They climbed Kohe Anoshah (17,356 ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1974
Asia, Afghanistan, Hindu Kush, Zebak Area
Zebak Area. Two other Polish expeditions were in the Zebak area. The Krakow Academic Alpine Club Expedition was led by ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1974
Asia, Afghanistan, Hindu Kush, Bandaka
Bandaka. From August 20 to 28 Ulrich Eberhardt and Gunther Henneman climbed the north ridge of Koh-e-Bandaka North (22,064 feet). On August 26 they ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1974
Asia, Afghanistan, Hindu Kush, Zoh-i-Bandaka Zeraghau, Northeast Ridge
Koh-i-Bandaka Zeraghau, Northeast Ridge. We approached the Bandaka massif from the south, driving from Kabul up the Kunar River and ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1974
Asia, Afghanistan, Hindu Kush, Mir Samir, Southwest Buttress
Mir Samir, Southwest Buttress. After a two-week Volkswagen-bus trip from Imst, Austria, we arrived in Kabul and continued on through ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1974
Asia, Afghanistan, Hindu Kush, Mir Samir, Direct South Buttress
Mir Samir, Direct South Buttress. While on a Mountain Travel excursion to the Chamar valley, on August 3 and 4, 1972 Jim Wilson ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1974
Asia, Afghanistan, Hindu Kush, Mir Samir
Mir Samir. Polish climbers climbed Mir Samir (19,059 feet) by the northeast ridge. The climbers were M. Rusinowski, S. Bochenski and ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1974
Asia, USSR, Pik Kommunizma, Pamirs
Pik Kommunizma, Pamirs. Four Polish climbers, M. Grochowski, A. Heinrich, R. Kowalewski and J. Rusiecki, made the first ascent of ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1974
Australasia, New Guinea, Carstenz Range
Carstenz Range. On October 15 the American-Indonesian Puncak Jaya Expedition landed in the Illaga valley in Irian Jaya, the Indonesian half ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1974
A.A.C., Sierra Nevada Section
A.A.C., Sierra Nevada Section. The Section has had another active year, hosting four evening meetings, a fall dinner ...
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Club Activities
1974
Alpine Club of Canada
Alpine Club of Canada. The 1973 General Mountaineering Camp was held near Glacier Lake in Banff National Park. The three-week camp ...
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Club Activities
1974
Appalachian Mountain Club
Appalachian Mountain Club. As in the past, club members participated in mountaineering endeavors throughout the world. Perhaps some of the ...
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Club Activities
1974
Arizona Mountaineering Club
Arizona Mountaineering Club. The club began 1973 with a winter survival seminar in response to the needs revealed in analyzing the ...
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Club Activities
1974
British Columbia Mountaineering Club
British Columbia Mountaineering Club. Summer never really did visit the Vancouver area in 1973, and the BCMC schedule of 110 trips, including ...
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Club Activities
1974
Chicago Mountaineering Club
Chicago Mountaineering Club. The highlight of the year’s activity was the summer western outing in the Bridger Wilderness Area ...
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Club Activities
1974
Colorado Mountain Club
Colorado Mountain Club. The Colorado Mountain Club had an active 1973 with about 800 trips conducted which included about 650 climbs on some 300 ...
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Club Activities
1974
Colorado College Mountain Club
Colorado College Mountain Club. The club was greatly saddened by the death of its president, Dale Watkins, in a rock ...
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Club Activities
1974
Dartmouth Mountaineering Club
Dartmouth Mountaineering Club. A newly revived expedition fund enabled the DMC to support two expeditions in the summer of 1973. One ...
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Club Activities
1974
Harvard Mountaineering Club
Harvard Mountaineering Club. The tower of Memorial Hall may be less crowded than the Grand and the swirling exhaust may ...
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Club Activities
1974
Iowa Mountaineers
Iowa Mountaineers. It was another very active year for the Iowa Mountaineers, with many of our 450 members climbing in the ...
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Club Activities
1974
McGill Outing Club
McGill Outing Club. The club’s 1973 activities ranged as widely as in the past, with perhaps an increased emphasis on ...
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Club Activities
1974
Mountaineering Club of Alaska
Mountaineering Club of Alaska. The year 1973 saw much activity by our members in the Wrangells and, of course, in the ...
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Club Activities
1974
Simian Outing Society
Simian Outing Society. The Simians began the year by instructing beginners on the local cliffs of Portland Arch, Indiana. These ...
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Club Activities
1974
Spokane Mountaineers
Spokane Mountaineers. Club membership peaked at 400 during the year. We voted a new ski tow for our Mount Spokane property ...
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Club Activities
1974
Stanford Alpine Club
Stanford Alpine Club. The rainy weather of the 1972-1973 winter limited our climbing in Yosemite, but in the fall of 1973 ...
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Club Activities
1974
Himalayas
Himalayas Photographs and text by Yoshikazu Shirakawa. Testimonial by Mahendra Bir Bikram Shah Deva, King of Nepal. Preface by Arnold ...
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Book Reviews
1974
Traumberge der Welt
Traumberge der Welt, by Dölf Reist. Frauenfeld, Switzerland, Verlag Huber, 1973. Size 9¾" x 11½", 90 pages of text with 139 full-page or double-page ...
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Book Reviews
1974
In This Short Span: A Mountaineering Memoir
In This Short Span: A Mountaineering Memoir, by Michael Ward. London: Victor Gollancz Ltd, 1972. 304 pages, 40 photographs, 5 maps. £3.75 (about $9.00) By his ...
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Book Reviews
1974
The Vertical World of Yosemite
The Vertical World of Yosemite is a fine collection of personal climbing accounts by Yosemite climbers. It brings together the ...
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Book Reviews
1974
Mountaineering Periodicals: Mountain, Ascent, Climbing, Off Belay, Mountain Gazette
Mountaineering Periodicals: Mountain, Ascent, Climbing, Off Belay, Mountain Gazette In an age when general periodicals falter, there appears to be ...
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Book Reviews
1974
The Hall of the Mountain King
The Hall of the Mountain King, by Howard H. Snyder. New York: Charles Scribner’s Sons, 1973. 207 pages, 35 photographs. Price: $8.95. Mount ...
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Book Reviews
1974
Cascade Alpine Guide
Cascade Alpine Guide, by Fred Beckey. Seattle: The Mountaineers. 1973. 354 pages, 100 pages of maps, sketches and photographs. $9.95. This edition covers routes ...
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Book Reviews
1974
Granite Mountain: A Pocket Guide to Rock Climbing in Granite Basin, Prescott National Forest, Arizona
Granite Mountain. A pocket guide to rock climbing in Granite Basin, Prescott National Forest, Arizona, by David Lovejoy. Prescott, Arizona: ...
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Book Reviews
1974
International Mountain Rescue Handbook
International Mountain Rescue Handbook, by Hamish Maclnnes. New York: Scribner’s, 1973. 224 pages, 150 photographs, 130 drawings and diagrams, $10.00.* For years I thought ...
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Book Reviews
1974
Swaramandal
Swaramandal, by Pat Ament. Boulder: Vitaar Publishing, 1973. 132 pages, 75 photographs.* Swaramandal is a window into the fierce, pathetic, warm and comic ...
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Book Reviews
1974
Mountain Search and Rescue Techniques
Mountain Search and Rescue Techniques, by W. G. May, illustrated by Linda Boley, with foreword by Tom Hornbein. Boulder, Colorado: ...
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Book Reviews
1974
Hazards in Mountaineering: How to Recognize and Avoid Them
Hazards in Mountaineering: How to Recognize and Avoid Them, by Wilhelm Paulcke and Helmut Dumler, translated by E. Noel Bowman. ...
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Book Reviews
1974
Ronald E. Fear, 1943-1973
RONALD E. FEAR 1943-1973 During the last few years, Ron’s parents only saw glimpses of their son as he ...
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In Memoriam
1974
Niels-Henrik Lapain Anderson, 1947-1973
NIELS-HENRIK LAPAIN ANDERSEN 1947-1973 The dream of Niels Andersen to climb the major north faces of the Alps was tragically ...
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In Memoriam
1974
Don Cook Jensen, 1943-1973
DON COOK JENSEN 1943-1973 Don Jensen was killed in November 1973 in a bicycling accident in Aberdeen, Scotland, where he was ...
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In Memoriam
1974
Warren T. Bleser, 1938-1973
WARREN T. BLESER 1938-1973 Warren T. Bleser was a 35-year-old Seattle high-school teacher, whose main objective and passion in life ...
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In Memoriam
1974
William Farnsworth Loomis, 1914-1973
WILLIAM FARNSWORTH LOOMIS 1914-1973 Dr. William Farnsworth Loomis—“Farnie”—was not an outstanding mountaineer, but his life was varied and ...
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In Memoriam
1974
Janet Mae Johnson, 1935-1973
JANET MAE JOHNSON 1935-1973 On or about February 1, 1973, Janet Johnson died of exhaustion and exposure near the summit of Aconcagua. ...
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In Memoriam
1974
Steven Anthony McAndrews, 1950-1973
STEVEN ANTHONY McANDREWS 1950-1973 (Steven McAndrews was applying for membership in the American Alpine Club, but he was tragically killed ...
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In Memoriam
1974
Kate Gardiner, 1886-1977
KATE GARDINER 1886-1974 Kate Gardiner passed away in her sleep at her home in Hastings, New Zealand on January 28, 1974. She ...
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In Memoriam
1974
Accidents in North American Mountaineering, Twenty-Seventh Annual Report of the Safety Committee of the American Alpine Climb
This is the twenty-seventh annual Report of the Safety Committee of the American Alpine Club and the fourteenth in conjunction ...
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Editorials And Prefaces
1974
British Columbia, Mount Assiniboine
British Columbia, Mount Assiniboine. On July 25th Andrew Killick (age 25) had successfully soloed Mt. Assiniboine and was descending the long ...
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Accident Reports
1974
British Columbia, Northern Selkirks
British Columbia, Northern Selkirks. On August 12th Phil Koch and Christopher Winship, both of the Dartmouth Mountaineering Club, were attempting ...
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Accident Reports
1974