American Alpine Jounrna and Accidents in North American Climbing

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Fall on Glacier Ice, Inadequate Protection, Protection Pulled Out, Washington, Mount Rainier, Kautz Glacier Route
FALL ON GLACIER ICE, INADEQUATE PROTECTION, PROTECTION PULLED OUT Washington, Mount Rainier, Kautz Glacier Route On August 8 at 9:15 a.m., ...
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Accident Reports
2005
Loss of Control—Voluntary Glissade, Faulty Use of Crampons
On October 3, shortly after 4:30 p.m., Chris Beoffoli (34) began his descent from Camp Muir. While descending near 7,800 feet on the ...
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Accident Reports
2005
Avalanche, Washington, Mount Rainier, Ingraham Glacier
AVALANCHE Washington, Mount Rainier, Ingraham Glacier On October 24, climbers Aaron Koester and Matt Little contemplated a summit ascent from their ...
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Accident Reports
2005
Fall on Snow—Unable to Self-Arrest, Wyoming, Grand Teton National Park, Grand Teton
FALL ON SNOW-UNABLE TO SELF-ARREST Wyoming, Grand Teton National Park, Grand Teton I met ranger Chris Harder at approximately 0830 hours ...
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Accident Reports
2005
Fall on Rock, Climbing Alone and Unroped, Wyoming, Grand Teton National Park, The Grand Traverse
FALL ON ROCK, CLIMBING ALONE AND UNROPED Wyoming, Grand Teton National Park, The Grand Traverse On July 19 about 1030,1 received a ...
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Accident Reports
2005
Falling Rock and Slip on Snow—Unable to Self-Arrest Due to Inadequate Clothing and Equipment and Inexperience, Wyoming, Grand Teton National Park, Middle Teton and Disappointment Peak
FALLING ROCK AND SLIP ON SNOW-UNABLE TO SELF-ARREST DUE TO INADEQUATE CLOTHING AND EQUIPMENT AND INEXPERIENCE Wyoming, Grand Teton National ...
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Accident Reports
2005
Reported Mountaineering Accidents, Table I
 Number of Accidents Reported Total Persons Involved Injured Fatalities   USA CAN USA CAN USA CAN USA CAN  1951 15  22  11  3   1952 31  35  17  13   1953 24  27  12  12   1954 31  41  31  8   1955 34  39  28  6   1956 46  72  54  13   1957 45  53  28  18   1958 32  39  23  11   1959 42 2 56 2 31 0 19 2  1960 47 4 64 12 37 8 19 4  1961 49 9 61 14 45 10 14 4  1962 71 1 90 1 64 0 19 1  1963 68 11 79 12 47 10 19 2  1964 53 11 65 16 44 10 14 3  1965 72 0 90 0 59 0 21 0  1966 67 7 80 9 52 6 16 3  1967 74 10 110 14 63 7 33 5  1968 70 13 87 19 43 12 27 5  1969 94 11 125 17 66 9 29 2  1970 129 11 174 11 88 5 15 5  1971 110 17 138 29 76 11 31 7  1972 141 29 184 42 98 17 49 13  1973 108 6 131 6 85 4 36 2  1974 96 7 177 50 75 1 26 5  1975 78 7 158 22 66 8 19 2  1976 137 16 303 31 210 9 53 6  1977 121 30 277 49 106 21 32 11  1978 118 17 221 19 85 6 42 10  1979 100 36 137 54 83 17 40 19  1980 191 29 295 85 124 26 33 8  1981 97 43 223 119 80 39 39 6  1982 140 48 305 126 120 43 24 14  1983 187 29 442 76 169 26 37 7  1984 182 26 459 63 174 15 26 6  1985 195 27 403 62 190 22 17 3  1986 203 31 406 80 182 25 37 14   Number of Accidents ...
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2005
Reported Mountaineering Accidents, Table II
 1951–2003 2004  Geographical Districts Number of Accidents Deaths Total Persons Involved Number of Accidents Deaths Total Persons Involved  CANADA  Alberta 490 134 1022 24 8 11  British Columbia 299 110 627 8 4 14  ...
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2005
Reported Mountaineering Accidents, Table III
TABLE III  1951-03 USA 1959-03 CAN. 2004 USA 2004 CAN.  Terrain  Rock 4141 503 96 18  Snow 2289 341 46 5  Ice 231 146 18 12  River 14 3 0 0  Unknown 22 9 0 0  Ascent or Descent  Ascent 2735 555 118 23  Descent 2152 352 40 10  Unknown 247 10 1 2  ...
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2005