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Colorado College Alpine Journal

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    Colorado College alpine journal [2006 v. 1]

    The Colorado College Alpine Journal is a collection of climbing related stories and articles based on the experiences and adventures of Colorado College alumni and students. Contents for this issue include -- Free Girl Days: Drunk on Moonlight’s Nectar by Madaleine Sorkin (‘04)/ Gurla Mandhata: Ascent in Tibet by Jake Norton (‘96)/ Land of Contrast: Adventures In Africa by Joe Forrester (‘06)/ A Short and Winding Road: Two Students’ Trip up El Capitan by Chris Burwell (‘08)/ Face Down In The Ditch With A Slice Of Humble Pie: Trip Report Of A Pilgrimage by Chris Barlow (‘04). Seven climbs and expeditions are also described.

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    Colorado College alpine journal [2007 v. 2]

    The Colorado College Alpine Journal is a collection of climbing related stories and articles based on the experiences and adventures of Colorado College alumni and students. Contents for this issue include descriptions of climbs in North America, Asia, Africa and Europe. Includes reproductions of original art by Renan Oztuck.

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    Colorado College alpine journal [2009 v. 3]

    The Colorado College Alpine Journal is a collection of climbing related stories and articles based on the experiences and adventures of Colorado College alumni and students. Contents for this issue include descriptions of climbs in North America, South America, Africa and Asia.

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    Colorado College alpine journal [2010 Edition]

    The mission of the Colorado College Alpine Journal is to unite, inform and inspire both our climbing community and others by showcasing the climbers and climbs of Colorado College - past and present - through stories, photos and artwork. Contents of this issue include descriptions of climbs in both North and South America.

  • Thumbnail for Colorado College alpine journal [2011 Edition]
    Colorado College alpine journal [2011 Edition]

    The Mission of the Colorado College Alpine Journal is to unite, inform, and inspire both our climbing community and others by showcasing the climbers and climbs of Colorado College – past and present – through writing, photos, and artwork via this free publication.