2015 American Alpine Journal
About this product:
Published annually since 1929, the American Alpine Journal, which documents the world's most significant climbs, has earned international repute as the finest publication of its kind. In addition to reports of the most cutting-edge expeditions and climbs of the year, the AAJ delivers detailed route information and feature stories covering big new routes and unexplored potential.
In AAJ 2015, we hear from Kevin Jorgeson on the Dawn Wall. David Allfrey on the hardest wilderness wall in America. Kilian Jornet on the new Denali speed record. This year we take an in-depth look at the history and climbing potential of Cloud Peak in Wyoming. We also unveil little-known mountains and cliffs in Alaska, Russia, Kenya, Nepal, and Patagonia, plus inspiring destinations close to home. Whether you're planning an expedition or dreaming about your next long weekend, the American Alpine Journal is essential reading.
Limited Edition Hardcover: Only 200 copies of this collector's edition celebrating the free Dawn Wall will be sold. Each book is hand-numbered and signed by Tommy Caldwell and Kevin Jorgeson.
- 400 pages
- Full color