7 edition of Mount McKinley Climber"s Handbook found in the catalog.
by Chockstone Press
Written in English
|Contributions||Bradford Washburn (Illustrator)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||126|
Best Mountaineering Books Chessler's Best Books We are often asked to recommend a good mountaineering book to read, help select as a gift, or for books worth collecting. Mount McKinley Climber's Handbook. Waterman. High Alaska. [Classic] Arizona Lovejoy. Granite Mountain. Toula. A Cheap Way to Fly. California. The panorama from Denali’s summit includes Mt. Foraker, Mt. Hunter, and Mt. Huntington in all their majestic glory. When Dr. Bradford Washburn pioneered the West Buttress route, he heralded in a new era of Denali ascents and offered climbers a unique approach to the summit.
EXPOSURE, WEATHER, CLIMBING ALONE. Alaska, Mount McKinley. Naomi Uemura (43) was a Japanese explorer and climber who had completed many solo dog sled treks and mountaineering expeditions throughout the world. On Aug , he became the first person to make a successful solo climb of Mount McKinley—via the West Buttress route. Denali (/ d ɪ ˈ n ɑː l i /) (also known as Mount McKinley, its former official name) is the highest mountain peak in North America, with a summit elevation of 20, feet (6, m) above sea a topographic prominence of 20, feet (6, m) and a topographic isolation of 4, miles (7, km), Denali is the third most prominent and third most isolated peak on Earth, after Mount Location: Denali National Park and Preserve, Alaska, U.S.
Denali Dilemma. Robert Gerhard, Mount McKinley National Park. TWENTY years ago, in , four parties attempted to climb Mount McKinley but none were successful in reaching the summit. Ten years ago, 22 climbers in five parties were on Mount McKinley. Ten of these climbers reached the summit. foot summit of Mount Whitney is not high enough to be a useful altitude test for Denali. A prior climb to at le feet is highly recommended. To an adventurous novice who aspires to climb Denali someday, I would recommend the following regimen to build the .
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Although written over 20 years ago, the handbook is still a good read. It covers numerous topics and climbing, with an obvious focus on Mt McKinley/Denali, with an easy-reading, descriptive style, that successfully removes the typical blandness of some topics.4/5(1).
Mount McKinley Climber's Handbook Paperback – April 1, by Glenn Randall (Author), Bradford Washburn (Illustrator) out of 5 stars 1 rating See all 3 formats and 4/5(1).
Mount McKinley Climber's Handbook Paperback – January 1, by Glenn & Harry Johnson Randall (Author)4/5(1). McKinley climber's handbook Item Preview remove-circle Internet Archive Contributor Internet Archive Language English.
Includes bibliographical references (p. ) Internet Archive Books. American Libraries. Uploaded by loader-ElisaR on Ap SIMILAR ITEMS (based on Pages: Cover and spine title: Mount McKinley climber's handbook. Description: pages: illustrations, map ; 28 cm: Other Titles: Mount McKinley climber's handbook: Responsibility: by Glenn Randall ; with photographs by Bradford Washburn.
The Handbook is ostensibly written for novices approaching Mount McKinley. This edition is free from the spoiled taste of a guide service promotion which marred the first. While McKinley provides a perfect example peak for expedition planning, all Alaskan mountains require the same attention.
There is climbing in this book, but remarkably it is not a book about climbing, any more than A River Runs Through It was a book about fishing. Waterman the writer resembles that other Alaskan adventurer, Jack by: 2. Dee Molenaar’s maps are helpful in understanding the complicated geography of the McKinley area, but the extraordinary feature at the end of the book is the nearly page bibliography, with about half a thousand references to books and articles about McKinley, including first ascents on neighboring Huntington, Hunter and Foraker.
Denali’s Howl is the white-knuckle account of one of the most deadly climbing disasters of all time. Intwelve young men attempted to climb Alaska’s Mount McKinley—known to the locals as Denali—one of the most popular and deadly mountaineering destinations in the world/5().
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Hunter 5 copies. Denali's West Buttress: A Climber's Guide gives the aspiring Denali climber the details required to efficiently plan and safely launch an expedition on the West Buttress.
The climbing guidebook covers every aspect of climbing the route -- from preparation to climbing /5(24).
McKinley –The Pioneer Climbs, by Terris Moore / The Mountaineers Books Denali, a Literary Anthology, edited by Bill Sherwonit / The Mountaineers Books To The Top of Denali, by Bill Sherwonit / Alaska Northwest Books.
Since its discovery in the late s, Alaska's Mount McKinley has captivated legions. Native Americans were the first to feel Denali's spiritual power. Mountaineers have striven for its summit. Modern "wilderness tourists" are drawn to its awesome, rugged beauty.
In this selective "biography" of Mount McKinley, renowned climber and mountain historian Fred Beckey pays tribute to one of the. An expedition of 12 young men, most inexperienced climbers, took on Alaska’s Mount McKinley in the summer of They came face to face with ‘the perfect storm’ -- Author: Caroline Howe.
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The third book I've read about climbing Mt. McKinley, this one was much harder to put down than the others.
Twelve men, two different teams, were united by fate to climb North America's tallest mountain in /5. Ruth Anne Kocour tells the story of climbing Mount McKinley in a season in which 11 climbers died and she and her companions were trapped for days on end halfway up the mountain, unable to go up or down, in the middle of one of the worst storms to ever hit the mountain/5.
10 of the best books about mountains for a virtual climb Anna Fleming. Erstwhile Mount McKinley, Denali is the highest peak in North America, at 20, feet (6, metres) high.
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First published in and included on National Geographic’s top Greatest Adventure Books of all time, Minus Degrees, by Art Davidson retells the compelling high stakes story of a group of men who made the first winter ascent on Mt. McKinley/5.
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High and cold Globetrotting mountaineers call McKinley the world's coldest high-altitude peak, and the low barometric pressure on top (due to its latitude and the Earth's spin) makes it feel l feet in the Himalaya. You'll find open crevasses at lower altitudes, steep ice and precipitous ridges higher up.
The haul You'll spend up to 3 weeks pulling a sled with to pounds of.