Accidents in North American Mountaineering has been published since 1948, and this project marks the first time it will be fully available in electronic form.
The American Climber Science Program works to link scientists and climbers to help provide the knowledge necessary to preserve the alpine environment.
Zach Clanton (24), $700 from REI Challenge Fund for a new route and full traverse of Dragon’s Spine
James Gustafson (19), $700 from John Hudson Fund for an ascent up Cassin Ridge, Denali.
Sam Hennessey (23), $700 from Boyd Everett Fund for new routes on Thunder Mountain and Mt. Providence, Alaska.
David Hertel (24) $300 each from Rick Mosher Fund for exploring new routes in Chilkat Range, Alaska, and hiking and canoeing out.
Trevor Kreznar (23), $300 from Rick Mosher Fund for an ascent of Harvard Route on Huntington.
Kirill Langer (20), $300 for exploring Columbia Icefield peaks such as Mt. Andromeda and Mt. Kitchner.
Ryan Leary (25), $700 from REI Challenge Fund for exploring new routes and possible first ascents on Leaning Towers, Purcell Mountains, BC.
David Lee (19), $300 for exploring Columbia Icefield peaks such as Mt. Andromeda and Mt. Kitchner.
Miles Moser (24), $700 from REI Challenge Fund to explore North, Central, and South towers of Paine over four months.
Cade Ray (17), $150 for gaining climbing experience in RMNP, Tetons, and Banff.
Kurt Ross (21), $300 for exploring Columbia Icefield peaks such as Mt. Andromeda and Mt. Kitchner.
Committee: Yvon Chouinard, Eiichi Fukushima (Chair), James Funsten, Kestrel Hanson, Joe LaBelle, Pete Metcalf, Travis Spitzer, Geoff Tabin.
The Hueco Rock Rodeo brings together climbers of all abilities for a weekend full of climbing and camaraderie in the world class bouldering destination of Hueco Tanks. The American Alpine Club is very happy to be a part of the 20th Hueco Rock Rodeo hosting the event at our newly purchased Hueco Rock Ranch.
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AAC members interested in attending an international climbing meet should check out these upcoming opportunities:
BMC International Sea Cliff Climbing Meet 2013, hosted by the British Mountaineering Council
Lenin Peak Veterans Festival 2013, hosted by the Kyrgyz Alpine Club (KAC) and Union of Asian Alpine Associations (UAAA)
The 2013 grant-recipient teams will attempt lightweight, state-of-the-art, cutting-edge climbs throughout the Himalaya:
- Doug Chabot, Bruce Miller, Rusty Willis: The unattempted north face of Shispare Sar, Pakistan Karakoram
- Jesse Huey, Raphael Slawinski, Ian Welsted: First ascent of the unclimbed west face of K6 West, Pakistan Karakoram
- Chad Kellogg and David Gottlieb: Lunag Ri, the highest permitted unclimbed peak in Nepal
- Matt McCormick, Pat Goodman, Jean-Pierre Ouellet: New route on the east face of Uli Biaho Tower, Trango Valley, Pakistan
Josh Lowell, of Big UP Productions, discusses his love affair with life in the vertical, storytelling, and how to balance being a father, husband, climber, and filmmaker. Head to our blog Inclined for the interview.
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