2010 - American Alpine Journal

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The American Alpine Journal is internationally acknowledged as the world's finest mountain climbing journal. Published annually since 1929, the AAJ offers incisive accounts of the previous year's significant climbs.

In this year's American Alpine Journal, Jack Tackle climbs Thunder Mountain and reflects on his long history of putting up cutting-edge Alaskan routes; Denis Urubko puts up a hard new alpine-style route on Cho Oyu for his 14th 8,000m peak; Dodo Kopold solos a new route on Annapurna South; Marko Prezelj leads a Slovenian hat trick in the Bhagirathi group; young Chinese climbers introduce high-standard Chinese alpinism to their own mountains; and Joe Puryear puts up another great Himalayan first ascent, this time on virgin Jobo Rinjang in Nepal. Plus more from India, Canada, and points between.

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