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Alpinist 22
Climbing 12/07
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Alpinist 20,  Summer 2007

Language: English
Country: USA
Published 4 times per year
Web site:
www.alpinist.com


Alpinist 20, summer 2007EDITOR’S NOTE

LETTERS

FACES: GIULIO MALFER
Jonny Woodward found climbing—and then his life went to the dogs. Jonathan "Jonny" Woodward

THE CLIMBING LIFE
Observations from the field.


FEATURES

First Ascent: Ed Drummond
Off the coast of North Wales, two friends uncover a timeless line and hints of their own mortality.

Mountain Profile: Clay Wadman
Mt. Huntington - Eeusive, enticing, magical: adventures on the world's most aesthetic 12,000-foot peak.

Borderline
Finding the edge of humanity in the midst of tragedy on Cho Oyu.
By Pavle Kozjek

Enlightenment
As a young photographer struggles to read light, he discovers he can write it instead.
By Keith Ladzinski

First Light
Nighttime in the High Sierra offers Peter Croft a glimpse of enchantment.
By Peter Croft

Gone
One woman searches for healing in the midst of a terrible year.
By Kim Csizmazia

Squat
Vedauwoo, Wyoming: where ugly is a state of mind.
By Pete Takeda

CLIMBING NOTES
November 16, 2006 - January 31, 2007

OFF BELAY
Charlie Fowler's Last Words

What I've learned.
By Charlie Fowler
 

 

 
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