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The Alpine Journal

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ISBN : PSU:000014939075
Genre : Mountaineering
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The Alpine Journal

Author : Alpine Club (London, England).
ISBN : OCLC:49411128
Genre : Alps
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The Alpine Journal 2012

Author : Stephen Goodwin
ISBN : 0956930913
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Mountaineering. Articles on expeditions, environment and cultural issues, all mountain related. Reviews, obituaries and new route reports worldwide. Annual journal of the Alpine Club, published since 1863.
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The Alpine Journal 2017

Author : Alpine Club
ISBN : 0956930964
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If ageing rock stars can do reunions, why not mountaineers? Almost three decades on from their great success on the Golden Pillar of Spantik, Mick Fowler and Victor Saunders put the band back together for the first ascent of the much admired north face of Sersank in the Indian Himalayan region of Kishtwar. Their outstanding climb is just one of the highlights from this year's Alpine Journal that features dramatic first ascents by young and old around the globe. Paul Ramsden reports on his first ascent with Nick Bullock of a difficult new route on the Tibetan peak of Nyenchenthanglha, Jim Lowther had success in the same region as Fowler and Saunders with an ascent of Gupta and the German star Ines Papert reports on a stunningly beautiful new route in Kyrgyzstan on the impressive south-east face of Kyzyl Asker. Stephen Venables writes on a productive season in South Georgia, boosted by uncharacteristically good weather and a voice from the new generation, Tom Livingstone, shows that the future of alpinism is incredibly bright. On the scientific front, glaciologist Jonathan Bamber and colleagues lay out the urgent case for action on climate, as alpinists around the world bear witness to the impact our modern world is having in the high mountains. Jonathan Westaway reveals the secret history of Eric Shipton, Peter Gillman explores some forgotten photographs of George Mallory and Dennis Gray reflects on the life of Everest cameraman Tom Stobart. With a full section of book reviews and notes on first ascents around the world, the Alpine Journal remains among the preeminent sources for mountaineers around the world.
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The Alpine Journal 2018

Author : Ed Douglas
ISBN : 0956930972
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The bright future of British Mountaineering is under the spotlight in this edition of the Alpine Journal with contributions from the latest generation of leading alpinists - Ben Silvestre, Uisdean Hawthorn, Tom Livingstone and Ben Tibbetts - and their compelling ascents in the Himalya, Alaska and the Alps. Ian Parnell explains how mentoring schemes around the world have stimulated debate in Britain and led to a revamp of the Alpine Climbing Group. In this centenary year of the Armistice, we also commemorate the sacrifice of another era's young members who died in the First World War and recall how fighting reached the highest parts of Europe as troops from opposing armies faced off in the Alps and Dolomites. Jonathan Westaway examines the inspiring life of E O Shebbeare, an early Everest climber whose forestry career prefigure todays environmentalism. The clinical psychologist and Himalayan mountaineer Malcolm Bass applies his professional skill to his passion for alpinism, Mike Searle looks back on the Nepali earthquake - and forward to the next one. Victor Saunders take a wry look at societies attitude to risk. Terry Gifford considers mountain literature as a form of 'dark pastoralism' and Donald Orr takes a fresh look at the mountain art of Ferdinand Hodler. With its comprehensive look at mountain literature and coverage of first ascents around the world, the alpine journal is an indispensable resource for alpinists around the world.
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The Alpine Journal

Author : F. H. Keenlyside
ISBN : OCLC:829160756
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American Alpine Journal 1974

Author : American Alpine Club
ISBN : 0930410718
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This latest volume of climbing's 'journal of record' offers the most complete picture available of who did what in 2000. More than 150 photos, maps, and topos.
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The Alpine Journal

Author : Longman Green Green
ISBN : 0461820064
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This is a reproduction of the original artefact. Generally these books are created from careful scans of the original. This allows us to preserve the book accurately and present it in the way the author intended. Since the original versions are generally quite old, there may occasionally be certain imperfections within these reproductions. We're happy to make these classics available again for future generations to enjoy!
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American Alpine Journal 1973

Author : American Alpine Club
ISBN : 093041070X
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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The Alpine Journal 1998

Author : Johanna Merz
ISBN : 0948153571
Genre : Mountaineering
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The Alpine Journal is the world''s principal mountaineering yearbook and essential reading for all who lo ve the mountains, in particular those who climb in the Alps and Greater Ranges. It includes articles, expedition reports, obituaries, and more '
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The Alpine Journal

Author : Longman Green Longman Roberts Green.
ISBN : 0461820064
Genre : History
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The American Alpine Journal 2018

Author : American Alpine Club
ISBN : 0999855603
Genre : Mountaineering
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Published annually since 1929, The American Alpine Journal is renowned as the world's journal of record for major new climbs. The AAJ publishes each year's most compelling climbing stories, told by the climbers themselves. In Climbs & Expeditions, we document the year's greatest first ascents, from Alaska to Afghanistan, and from Patagonia to Pakistan. The AAJ is written by hundreds of contributors from around the world. Veteran climbing journalist Dougald MacDonald is editor in chief.
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The Alpine Journal

Author : Hereford Brooke George
ISBN : OCLC:230524368
Genre : Alps
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American Alpine Journal 1983

Author : American Alpine Club
ISBN : 0930410211
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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Category: Sports & Recreation