American Alpine Jounrna and Accidents in North American Climbing

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The Teton Range
The Teton Range. Our member, F. M. Fryxell, whose interest in this range is well known, has made a relief ...
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1934
The Teton National Park Museum of Jenny Lake
The Teton National Park Museum at Jenny Lake has recently obtained a number of original paintings of Thomas Moran, whose ...
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1934
Southwestern Colorado Climbing Notes - 1933
Southwestern Colorado was again the center of considerable climbing activity as well as the location of the first work of ...
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1934
North America, United States, Colorado, Southwestern Colorado Climbing Notes - 1933, Sneffels Section
Sneffels Section Blaine Peak (12,800 ± ft.) was ascended by the east face. This easy climb was made by T. M. Griffiths, ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1934
North America, United States, Colorado, Southwestern Colorado Climbing Notes - 1933, Needle Mountains
Mile-post 486 on the railroad through Animas Canyon was the meeting point of members of the 1933 expedition of the San Juan ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1934
North America, United States, California, Sierra Nevada of California, Mt. Humphreys
Mt. Humphreys. During the past summer an ascent of Mt. Humphreys, 13,972 ft., loftiest mountain in the Sierra Nevada north of ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1934
Sierra Club Outing 1933
Sierra Club Outing, 1933, The annual trip of the Sierra Club this last summer reflected the increasing interest in high mountaineering ...
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Club Activities
1934
North America, United States, California, Middle Palisade
Middle Palisade (14,049 ft.) On July 30th, 1933, Jules Eichorn and Glen Dawson made the first ascent of the northwest ridge of ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1934
North America, United States, California, The Devils Crags
The Devils Crags (12,612 ft.). July 25th, 1933, marked the third ascent and the first by the northwest ridge, the party being ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1934
Selkirk Range of British Columbia, The Big Bend Highway
Peak 13,332 (On the main crest between Mt. Darwin and Haeckel). The first ascent of this mountain was made from the ...
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1934
North America, United States, California, Peak 13,332 (On the Main Crest between Mt. Darwin and Mt. Haeckel)
The Cathedral Spires in the Yosemite were attempted late in the fall by Richard Leonard, Jules Eichorn and Bestor Robinson. ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1934
North America, United States, California, The Cathedral Spires
The Minarets were the scene of a number of climbs effected by members of the search parties looking for Walter ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1934
North America, United States, California, The Minarets
Picacho, in California about twenty miles north of Yuma, Arizona, offers an interesting rock climb. On December 1st, 1933, John Poindexter ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1934
North America, United States, California, Basin and Range Province, Picacho
The Big Bend Highway. When completed, the road between Golden and Revelstoke will establish a Canadian highway between the prairies ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1934
Polar Exploration
New Traverse from Hermit Hut. Miss G. Engelhard, Ern Feuz Leaving Hermit Hut at 5.30 a.m., August 27th, 1933 crossed Sifton ...
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1934
North America, Canada, British Columbia, New Traverse from Hermit Hut
Mt Wheeler (11,023 ft.). Third ascent; first from Glacier Circle hut. Miss G. Engelhard. Ern. Feuz. Leaving Glacier Cirde hut at 5.00 ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1934
North America, Canada, British Columbia, Mt. Wheeler
H. G. Watkins, the young explorer, whose excellent work in Labrador and Greenland has been an inspiration to others in ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1934
South America, Argentina/Chile, Andes, Lanin
Lanin (12,390 ft., Lat. 39° 40’ S., Long. 71° 30’ W., on Argentine-Chilean boundary). The first ascent of this peak was effected on February 9th, 1933, ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1934
South America, Argentina/Chile, Andes, Tronador
Tronador. A reconnaissance of this peak with a view to finding the best approach was made by the same party ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1934
South America, Argentina/Chile, Andes, The Polish Expedition to the Ranada Range
The Polish Expedition to the Ranada Range on the Chilean- Argentine frontier, which has been in the field since the ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1934
South America, Argentina/Chile, Andes, An Italian Expedition to the Andes
An Italian expedition to the Andes has been organized by the Club Alpino Academico Italiano under the leadership of Count ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1934
Europe, Alps, Ski Traverse
Ski Traverse. A remarkable traverse of the entire range on ski was made last year by L. Zwingelstein from Grenoble ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1934
Europe, Italy, Alps, Grosse Zinne
Grosse Zinne. The north face of this forbidding pillar, one of the most impossible looking walls in the Dolomites, has ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1934
Europe, France, The Brenva Face of Mt. Blanc in 1933
The Brenva Face of Mt. Blanc in 1933 The good condition of the ice climbs during most of the 1933 campaign made ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1934
Report of the Fourth International Congress of Alpinism in Cortina d'Ampezz (Italy) September 9th to September 14th, 1933
Report of the Fourth International Congress of Alpinism in Cortina d’Ampezzo (Italy) September 9th to September 14th, 1933 The Congress ...
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Notes
1934
A Note on Ancient Crampons
A Note on Ancient Crampons Simler, in his De Alpibus Commentarius (1574), says “people are accustomed to tie iron shoes, like ...
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Notes
1934
Revival of "Linda di Chamouni" at the Metropolitan
Revival of “Linda di Chamouni'’ at the Metropolitan This opera, one of the few in Alpine setting, was the delight ...
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1934
Library of Empress Marie Louise
Library of Empress Marie Louise In 1933 there was dispersed in Berlin ( Martin Breslauer) a group of books which once formed ...
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1934
Asia, Russia, Caucasus, Swiss Expedition
Swiss Expedition. Four members of the Alpine Ski-club Zürich and the S. A. C. with a subvention from the ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1934
Asia, Russia, Caucasus, A French Expedition
A French Expedition, sponsored by the G. H. M. and the C. A. F., was also in the Caucasus this ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1934
Asia, Russia, Caucasus, Mountaineering Expeditions in the Soviet Union During 1933, The Caucasus
Mountaineering Expeditions in the Soviet Union During 1933 Interest in mountaineering and mountain exploration in the Soviet Union has been increasing ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1934
Asia, Russia, Caucasus, Mountaineering Expeditions in the Soviet Union During 1933, Altai Mountains
Altai Mountains. The ascent of Belukha (5,500 m.). the highest summit of the Altai, was first attempted before the Great War. ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1934
Asia, Russia, Caucasus, Mountaineering Expeditions in the Soviet Union During 1933, Tian Shan Mountains
Tian Shan Mountains (Northeast of the Pamirs). Following the recent expeditions culminating in the successful ascent in 1931 of the giant ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1934
Asia, Russia, Caucasus, Mountaineering Expeditions in the Soviet Union During 1933, Pamirs
Pamirs. Beginning with the German-Russian Expedition of 1928 there have been to date five expeditions to the Pamirs. In 1928 the German ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1934
Asia, Persia, The Italian Expedition
The Italian Expedition composed of Ardito Desio, conte Leonardo Bonzi, Gaetano Polvara, cav. Vittorio Ponti, and Paolo Righini which set ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1934
Asia, Himalaya, Mount Everest
Mount Everest. The expedition of this last summer led by H. Ruttledge and composed of C. G. Crawford, Captain E. ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1934
Asia, Himalaya, The Marco Pallis Expedition
The Marco Pallis Expedition in the Gharwal Himalaya effected a number of climbs around the Gangotri glacier. The party was ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1934
Asia, India, Trisul
Trisul, 23,360 ft., which for twenty years was the highest summit ever reached has just been climbed a second time, when ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1934
Asia, Pakistan, Nanga Parbat
Nanga Parbat is again in the limelight as a group of Germans set out to try the ascent again late ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1934
The Saint Bernard Monks
Prof. G. O. Dyhrenfurth, who will be remembered for his expedition to Kangchenjunga in 1930 is again leading an expedition to ...
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Notes
1934
Photography and Distant Views
The Saint Bernard Monks are reported to be making progress with their plans for a branch establishment on the Sila ...
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1934
Asia, Himalaya, Prof. G. O. Dyhrenfurth
Some remarkable pictures of the Alps taken from the Puy du Dome and the Vosges at great distances appear in ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1934
The Accident on the Minarets
Lightning One phase of this ever-interesting subject to the mountaineer has been taken up by Prof. E. Mathias in a ...
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Accident Reports
1934
The Accident on Mt. Jefferson
The Accident on the Minarets. Walter A. Starr, Jr., left on July 29th, 1933, for a climbing trip in the Sierras ...
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Accident Reports
1934
Lightning
The Accident on Mt. Jefferson. Labor Day week-end (September 4th-5th, 1933) three Portland, Ore., boys set out to climb Mt. ...
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Notes
1934
Glacier Studies
Glacier Studies Travelers visiting mountains where glaciers occur have an opportunity of making valuable observations of these glaciers. One of ...
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1934
Studies Made During 1933, North Palisade Glacier
Studies Made During 1933 During 1933 members of the American Alpine Club have made a number of valuable contributions to the study ...
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1934
Studies Made During 1933, Minaret Glacier
Minaret Glacier. The small glaciers on the northeast face of the Minaret Range in the Sierras were also visited in ...
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1934
Studies Made During 1933, Glaciers of Mount Shasta
Glaciers of Mount Shasta. Several of the glaciers of Mount Shasta were visited and described, and their present condition compared ...
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1934
Studies Made During 1933, Konwakiton Glacier
Konwakiton Glacier was described and mapped by the early writers, but its lower portion as well as what is now ...
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1934