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A Climber’s Guide to the High Sierra (1954), edited by Hervey H. Voge


A Climber’s Guide to the
High Sierra

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A guidebook is not a substitute for mountaineering skill, nor can it make climbing safe for those who do not practice the principles of safety. It is urged that inexperienced climbers avail themselves of the instruction and training given by the Sierra Club or other organizations before attempting difficult ascents.


Mount Huxley (frontispiece)
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MOUNT HUXLEY Ansel Adams

A CLIMBER’S GUIDE
TO THE HIGH SIERRA

ROUTES AND RECORDS FOR
CALIFORNIA PEAKS FROM
BOND PASS TO ARMY PASS
AND FOR ROCK CLIMBS’ IN
YOSEMITE VALLEY AND
KINGS CANYON

Edited by

Hervey Voge

 

THE SIERRA CLUB • SAN FRANCISCO • 1954


Published by the Sierra Club
on the fund established in
memory of William Shand, Jr.

 

Copyright, 1954, by the Sierra Club

Manufactured in the U.S.A. by
Vail-Ballou Press, Inc., Binghamton, N. Y.



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