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Colin

WA Submissions for 2005 AAJ

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Gordy Skoog and I will again be compiling and editing WA submissions for the coming American Alpine Journal. The goal is to be complete as possible, so please pass this message on to climbers who might not see it otherwise.

 

Any first ascents or first winter ascents ought to be included. If a first ascent is of Grade IV seriousness or higher, a first-person report of 200-500 words is preferred.

 

Although the AAJ does not officially accept submissions under Grade IV, Gordy and I have been including them in summary format. For routes of this grade, a paragraph of vital information is ideal - when the route was climbed, who was involved, and basic information for someone to find and follow the route.

 

Thanks much,

Colin Haley

 

cchaley@u.washington.edu

gordys@altrec.com

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