4 edition of American Alpine Journal 1995 (American Alpine Journal) found in the catalog.
by American Alpine Club
Written in English
|Contributions||H. Adams Carter (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
David Stevenson has been the book review editor of the American Alpine Journal since His fiction collection, Letters from Chamonix, won the Banff Mountain Book Award for Fiction and Poetry in . New Zealand’s Southern Alps: Alpine Climbing Down Under. Rock & Ice, pages , Darrans Dan. New Zealand Alpine Club Journal, pages , Oh Aspiring! New Zealand Climber, Dec Balfour dreams. Written with J. Chapman, Rock & Ice, pages , Mountain Technique Articles.
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