American Alpine Journal

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The American Alpine Journal is an annual magazine published by the American Alpine Club.wikipedia
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American Alpine Club

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The American Alpine Journal is an annual magazine published by the American Alpine Club.
The AAC publishes two journals, The American Alpine Journal (AAJ) and Accidents in North American Mountaineering (Accidents), and a Guidebook to Membership annually.

H. Adams Carter

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From 1960 to 1995, the editor was H. Adams Carter, who brought the journal to international pre-eminence.
Hubert Adams "Ad" Carter (June 6, 1914 – April 1, 1995) was an American mountaineer, language teacher and was editor of the American Alpine Journal for 35 years.

Francis P. Farquhar

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In 1957 and 1958, the editor was Francis P. Farquhar.
In 1956-59 he was editor of the American Alpine Journal published by the American Alpine Club.

Canadian Alpine Journal

Other journals of record for climbing include the Alpine Journal published by the UK Alpine Club, the Canadian Alpine Journal published by the Alpine Club of Canada, the Himalayan Journal, and Iwa To Yuki, a Japanese magazine.
Other magazines of record for climbing include the American Alpine Journal published by the American Alpine Club, the Alpine Journal published by the Alpine Club (of the United Kingdom), the Himalayan Journal, and Iwa To Yuki, a Japanese journal.

Magazine

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The American Alpine Journal is an annual magazine published by the American Alpine Club.

Mountaineering

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Some general articles about mountaineering, mountain medicine, the mountain environment, or other topics are also sometimes included.

Medicine

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Some general articles about mountaineering, mountain medicine, the mountain environment, or other topics are also sometimes included.

Natural environment

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Some general articles about mountaineering, mountain medicine, the mountain environment, or other topics are also sometimes included.

Alpine Journal

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Other journals of record for climbing include the Alpine Journal published by the UK Alpine Club, the Canadian Alpine Journal published by the Alpine Club of Canada, the Himalayan Journal, and Iwa To Yuki, a Japanese magazine.

Alpine Club (UK)

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Other journals of record for climbing include the Alpine Journal published by the UK Alpine Club, the Canadian Alpine Journal published by the Alpine Club of Canada, the Himalayan Journal, and Iwa To Yuki, a Japanese magazine.

Alpine Club of Canada

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Other journals of record for climbing include the Alpine Journal published by the UK Alpine Club, the Canadian Alpine Journal published by the Alpine Club of Canada, the Himalayan Journal, and Iwa To Yuki, a Japanese magazine.

Himalayan Journal

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Other journals of record for climbing include the Alpine Journal published by the UK Alpine Club, the Canadian Alpine Journal published by the Alpine Club of Canada, the Himalayan Journal, and Iwa To Yuki, a Japanese magazine.

Himalayas

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Entries in these journals (and others) concerning major Himalayan peaks are indexed in the Himalayan Index.

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A complete set of the journal on DVD may eventually be available for purchase.

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Outside (magazine)

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Fifty Classic Climbs of North America

50 Classic Climbs of North America
Reviewing the book in American Alpine Journal, Fred Beckey wrote: "Roper and Steck have presented a profile of what could be considered the Great American Dream climbs with a writing style that provides much Lebensraum for speculation and meditation. While reading, one is tempted to meditate: the challenge of the alpine adventure is always there; the dreams of the various pioneers sometimes filter through the narrative."

Mount Garmo

While the present consensus is around 6,595 metres, as recently as 1973 the American Alpine Journal gave the height as 21,703 feet (6,615 m).

Eight-thousander

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Various mountaineering journals, including the Alpine Journal and the American Alpine Journal, maintain extensive records and archives but do not always opine on ascents.

Christine Reid

She wrote for the American Alpine Journal, the Boston Transcript and the Boston Globe.

AAJ

American Alpine Journal, a publication of the American Alpine Club

Mount Crillon

The first ascent was in 1934, by explorer Bradford Washburn on his third attempt, and longtime editor of the American Alpine Journal H. Adams Carter.

Buni Zom

The first ascent of the peak named Buni Zom SS or 6MT or P6110 was by Nikolas Kroupis and George Voutiropoulos on 31 July 2007 this climb is not yet recorded in the Himalayan Index, but the article is published in American Alpine Journal