BeschreibungPublished annually since 1929, The American Alpine Journal is internationally recognized as the world's finest journal of its kind. The latest volume of climbing's "journal of record" offers the most complete picture available of who did what in 1999. Conrad Anker relates the triumph and tragedy of the Mallory discovery high on the slopes of Mount Everest, while Renny Jackson and Valeri Babanov recount impressive Alaskan climbs, and Slovenian climbers report on the hardest and boldest climbs of the year. If it happened in the world of climbing, it's in the AAJ.Founded in 1902, the American Alpine Club is the leading national organization devoted to mountaineering and rock climbing, to the conservation and study of mountainous regions, and to representing the interests of the American climbing community. The AAC is based in Golden, Colorado.
Untertitel: 2000. Auflage. Sprache: Englisch.
Verlag: AMER ALPINE CLUB
Erscheinungsdatum: August 2000
Seitenanzahl: 500 Seiten