Wild Snow: A Historical Guide to North American Ski Mountaineering

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American Alpine Club, 1997 - Sports & Recreation - 254 pages
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Presents historical background on ski mountaineering, which is climbing a mountain on skis and then skiing down the slopes, and offers tips on climbing and skiing specific mountains.

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Dawson has been a backcountry skier since his boyhood growing up in the Rockies. Now a columnist for Couloir magazine, he has climbed and skied all over North America. In this work, he shares his ... Read full review

Contents

The History of Glisse Alpinism
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California Sierra
25
Coast Mountains
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