The Mountaineers Books Accidents In North American Mountaineering 2009
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In an effort to inform and to promote safety, the Alpine Clubs of the US and Canada produce a yearly compendium of all rock and alpine climbing accidents within their respective areas. Accidents in North American Mountaineering 2009 is complete with detailed reports on the climbing accidents that occurred in the US and Canada in 2009, all edited by Jed Willimason. The chief hope the Alpine clubs is to help future climbers avoid the accidents described.
- Mountain Gear
Offering invaluable information for climbers,. Compiled by The American Alpine Club and The Alpine Club of Canada. Softcover; 119 pages. American Alpine Club Press; copyright 2010. In refreshingly crisp, no-thrills prose, the facts surrounding scores of reported climbing accidents are presented and analyzed as lessons for others.
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