1976 American Alpine Journal

1976 American Alpine Journal

The World's Most Significant Climbs


Author: American Alpine Club   By author: American Alpine Club
372 Pages, 978-0-930410-73-5
American Alpine Club 10/31/1997
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* The American Alpine Journal is the American Alpine Club's annual reference source for significant mountaining and climbing feats
* Nearly 150 pages of exciting stories about the most important climbs of the year, as told by the climbers themselves, and reviews of the best climbing books of the year.
* Nearly 250 pages of short reports from new routes in the world's mountains

This year's American Alpine Journal covers hundreds of the most remarkable ascents around the world with first-person accounts, deftly drawn topos, and dramatic photographs. With stories from Foraker, Fairweather, Everest, K2, Ranrapalca, and more, the 1976 American Alpine Journal continues its tradition as mountaineering's institutional memory.



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