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Alpine Journal

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        StatementErnest Press
        PublishersErnest Press
        LC ClassificationsJuly 1, 1996
        The Physical Object
        Paginationxvi, 71 p. :
        Number of Pages43
        ID Numbers
        ISBN 100948153431

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GUHA, Himalayan Club Annapurna I Attempt. By the 1930s the Alpine Alpine Journal worthies did not like what they saw, particularly the race for the North Faces, accompanied by artificial aids, flag-waving and an unconscionable waste of life. 548 THE AMERICAN ALPINE JOURNAL Camps I and II were on the glacier at 15,100 and 16,825 feet. We must have pumped 50 or 60 tanks. Need additional tankers in the area. Under Creative Commons licences, authors retain copyright of their articles.

New articles and special reports are published year-round: Follow Accidents and the AAJ on Facebook and Instagram for the latest news. Alpine Journal later helicopter search revealed the two bodies at the bottom of the mountain at the head of the Nuptse Glacier. The final obstacle, the rock band, was overcome and on May 5 Camp VI was established at 23,350 feet.