American Alpine Jounrna and Accidents in North American Climbing

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North America, Canada, Canadian Rockies, Mt. Cambrai
Mt. Messines, 10,290 ft. First ascent, July 15. D. Duncan, A. Megrew. Following ascent of Mt. Cambrai.
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Climbs And Expeditions
1931
North America, United States, Washington, Cascade Mountains, Mount Hayden
Icy Peak, North Face. A glacier climb with steep sections.
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Climbs And Expeditions
1973
The Mountaineers
On April 1, 1995, as this Journal was at Nimrod Press being printed, its editor for the past 35 years, H. Adams Carter, ...
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Club Activities
1995
North America, United States, Utah, River Road (Scenic Byway 128)
Fisher Towers Area. Mike Baker soloed the northwest corner of River Tower, correcting its rating to III 5.8 C2. On the 900...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1997
South America, Chile, Chilean Patagonia, Cuerno Norte, Caveman Route
Cuerno Este, Tropicana. On February 28, Nacho Erez and I made the second ascent of Tropicana on Cuerno Este. It was ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1997
The High Sierra of California
THE HIGH SIERRA OF CALIFORNIA BY Professor Joseph N. Le Conte I. General Features of the Sierra Nevada THE Sierra ...
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Feature Article
1907
Peaks of the Sierra Nevada Exceeding an Elevation of Thirteen Thousand Feet
Peaks of the Sierra Nevada Exceeding an Elevation of Thirteen Thousand Feet NAME OF PEAK ORIGIN OF NAME N. LATITUDE ...
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Notes
1907
The Canadian Rocky Mountains
THE CANADIAN ROCKY MOUNTAINS BY Professor Charles E. Fay I. Physical Characteristics QUITE different task awaited the writer of the ...
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Feature Article
1911
Peaks in the Canadian Rockies above 10,000 feet, with Positions, Altitudes, and Data Regarding First Ascents
Peaks in the Canadian Rockies above 10,000 feet, with Positions, Altitudes, and Data Regarding First Ascents Name N. Latitude W. Longi ...
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Notes
1911
Records of First Ascents
RECORDS OF FIRST ASCENTS Mount McKinley. South Peak (20,300 ft.) by Dr. Hudson Stuck and Harry P. Karstens, June 7, 1912. “The Ascent ...
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Notes
1914
List of Peaks Known to Exceed 9000 Feet in Altitude
LIST OF PEAKS1 KNOWN TO EXCEED 9000 FEET IN ALTITUDE Coast Range  Latitude Longitude Elevation     feet  “Kate’s Needle” 57° 03' 132° 02' 9,954  “...
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Notes
1914
Travel and Ascents South of Banff
Travel and Ascents South of Banff J. W. A. Hickson OTHER companions having failed, Edward Feuz, Jr., and the writer ...
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Feature Article
1929
Sierra Club Ascents in the Canadian Rockies
Sierra Club Ascents in the Canadian Rockies Norman Clyde FOR its summer outing of 1928 the Sierra Club of California decided ...
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Feature Article
1929
Ascent of Mt. Redoubt
The Ascent of Mt. Redoubt J. E. Johnson THE Rampart Range, lying 25 miles by trail southwest of Jasper, Alberta, is ...
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Feature Article
1929
The Fairweather Mountains
The Fairweather Mountains W. S. Ladd TO sail on salt water to the base of an ice-laden mountain range is ...
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Feature Article
1929
Moods of the Mountains and Climbers
Moods of the Mountains and Climbers M. M. Strumia HAVE you ever asked yourself: What is in back of a ...
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Feature Article
1929
The First Ascent of "Nettie L" Mountain
The First Ascent of “Nettie L” Mountain Howard Palmer IN spite of the fact that more than forty years have ...
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Feature Article
1929
Climbs from the Fay Hut
Climbs from the Fay Hut Joel E. Fisher THE recently erected Fay Hut of the Alpine Club of Canada is ...
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Feature Article
1929
Some New Ascents Near Maligne Lake
Some New Ascents Near Maligne Lake W. R. Hainsworth IN 1923 Howard Palmer and Allen Carpe carried out the first extensive ...
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Feature Article
1929
Locations at Maligne Lake
Locations at Maligne Lake Allen Carpe WHEN Howard Palmer and I visited Maligne Lake in 1923, we encountered topographical inconsistencies which ...
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Feature Article
1929
Climbs and Camps in the Whirlpool Mountains
Climbs and Camps in the Whirlpool Mountains Julian G. Hillhouse and J. Monroe Thorington Serafin aveva un sifulo, Sifulava tanto ...
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Feature Article
1929
Ascents in the Purcell Range
Ascents in the Purcell Range Eaton Cromwell and J. Monroe Thorington WHEN David Thompson, geographer of the North-West Com- pany, ...
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Feature Article
1929
Activities of Members
Members are urged to send in a record of their climbs, together with any new information relative to the regions ...
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Notes
1929
Arnold Louis Mumm, 1859-1927
ARNOLD LOUIS MUMM 1859— 1927 (Read at the Annual Meeting, January 19, 1929) Arnold Louis Mumm, an Honorary Member of this Club, whose father ...
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In Memoriam
1929
John Percy Farrar, 1857-1929
JOHN PERCY FARRAR 1857-1929 Captain John Percy Farrar, D.S.O., died in London on February 18, in his seventy-second year, ...
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In Memoriam
1929
John Henry Cuntz, 1866-1928
JOHN HENRY CUNTZ 1866— 1928 John Henry Cuntz, a member of the Club since 1914, went over the range in May, 1928, in his ...
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In Memoriam
1929
Chimborazo, Bolivar's "Watch Tower of the Universe"
Chimborazo, Bolivar’s “Watch Tower of the Universe” Robert T. Moore TWO giant volcanoes, one extinct and the other in ...
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Feature Article
1930
Mount Sir Alexander
Mount Sir Alexander Newman D. Waffl MT. SIR ALEXANDER has been the subject of considerable notice, partly because of its ...
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Feature Article
1930
Early Visits to Mount Sir Alexander
Early Visits to Mount Sir Alexander Frederick K. Vreeland THE year 1929 witnessed the first ascent of the most northerly outpost ...
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Feature Article
1930
Reflections on Guideless Climbing
Reflections On Guideless Climbing Noel E. Odell “THE mountains are so kindly and so great that they reject none of ...
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Feature Article
1930
The Wind River Range in Wyoming
The Wind River Range in Wyoming Kenneth A. Henderson IT is not generally appreciated that in Wyoming is to be ...
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Feature Article
1930
The Grand Teton
The Grand Teton Kenneth A. Henderson THE Grand Teton, the landmark of the fur traders in the last century and ...
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Feature Article
1930
Technical Climbing in the Mountains of Colorado and Wyoming
Technical Climbing in the Mountains of Colorado and Wyoming Albert Russell Ellingwood WHEN the history of mountaineering in the Rocky ...
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Feature Article
1930
A Traverse of the Dent Blanche
A Traverse of The Dent Blanche1 Hassler Whitney TIME had defeated us on the long ridge from the Triftjoch to ...
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Feature Article
1930
A First Season in the Oberland
A First Season in the Oberland Miriam E. O’Brien LAST summer I visited the Bernese Oberland for the first ...
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Feature Article
1930
The Ascent of Orizaba
The Ascent of Orizaba Rollin T. Chamberlin ON the brow of the Mexican Plateau, overlooking Vera Cruz and the Gulf ...
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Feature Article
1930
Travel and Mountaineering in the Caucasus
Travel and Mountaineering in the Caucasus Wm. Osgood Field IT is only within the last seventy years that foreigners have ...
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Feature Article
1930
The Beartooth Mountains of Montana
The Beartooth Mountains of Montana Norman Clyde ALTHOUGH situated only a few miles from the Yellowstone National Park and containing ...
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Feature Article
1930
Seventy Years of Climbing on Longs Peak
Seventy Years of Climbing On Longs Peak John L. J. Hart OVER a hundred years ago Longs Peak (14,255 ft.) was ...
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Feature Article
1930
Climbing the North Face of the North Palisade
Climbing the North Face of the North Palisade Norman Clyde THERE is no more spectacular peak in the Sierra Nevada, ...
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Feature Article
1930
The Dam at Moraine Lake
The Dam at Moraine Lake Walter D. Wilcox IN the first number of the American Alpine Journal, in an interesting ...
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Feature Article
1930
The Fatality on Kanchenjunga
The Fatality On Kanchenjunga W. S. Ladd “ONE day towards the end of winter, there walked into my office a ...
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Feature Article
1930
The First Ascent of Mt. Coppercrown
The First Ascent of Mt. Coppercrown A. A. McCoubrey MOUNT Coppercrown (10,218 ft.), is situated in the central Purcells at the ...
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Feature Article
1930
The Joys of Mountain Climbing
The Joys of Mountain Climbing James Lenox Banks, Jr. “THEN Gluck took some bread in his basket, and the bottle ...
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Feature Article
1930
Activities of Members
Members are urged to send to the Secretary a record of their climbs, together with any new information relative to ...
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Notes
1930
Valerie Alfred Flynn, 1870-1929
(Read and adopted at the Annual Meeting January 11, 1930.) VALERE ALFRED FYNN 1870—1929 Valere Alfred Fynn, one of the leading authorities on ...
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In Memoriam
1930
Benjamin Frank Seaver, 1858-1929
BENJAMIN FRANK SEAVER 1858–1929 Benjamin Frank Seaver was an early member of the American Alpine Club (1903), and for twelve years served ...
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In Memoriam
1930
Alai-Pamir Expedition, 1928
Alai-Pamir Expedition, 1928. Vol. 10 of Deutsche Forschung. Karl Siegismund Verlag, Berlin, R. M. 10. Although this is labelled as the preliminary reports ...
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In Memoriam
1930
Climbs and Ski Runs
Climbs and Ski Runs. By F. S. Smythe, with a foreword by G. Winthrop Young. Pp. xx+07. Illustrated. Blackwood & Sons, ...
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In Memoriam
1930
Alpinisme Hivernal
Alpinisme Hivernal, by Marcel Kurz. Payot, Paris, Second printing, 1928. F. 50. The reprinting of this justly famous work is a propitious ...
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In Memoriam
1930