2002 American Alpine Journal

2002 American Alpine Journal

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The chief guides generally picked their staff from among local mountaineers and young college athletes, many of the latter taking their first ... involved only a strong determination and patience but, by present-day standards, only a meager knowledge of the use of ice axe and rope. ... Generally, during the descent of the steeper parts of the slope, the climbing rope was anchored at each end by an axe or alpenstock in the hands of the guide and the tourists then used this as a handline.

Title:2002 American Alpine Journal
Publisher:The Mountaineers Books -

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