1986 American Alpine Journal

The World's Most Significant Climbs

  • 364 pages
  • American Alpine Club
  • 978-0-930410-27-8
  • Oct 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 Gasherbrum IV, Cho Oyu, Ama Dablam, Denali, Mala Pata and more, the 1986 American Alpine Journal continues its tradition as mountaineering's institutional memory.


  • 364 pages
  • American Alpine Club
  • 978-0-930410-27-8
  • Oct 31, 1997

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