Appalachia - Summer/Fall 2014

Appalachia, published continuously since 1876, is America’s oldest mountaineering and conservation journal. It appears twice a year, on June 15 (Summer/Fall) and December 15 (Winter/Spring).

Appalachia - Summer/Fall 2014

In the Summer/Fall 2014 Issue

Many Miles
  • You Can’t Run That: Trail-running hits the White Mountains. Doug Mayer

  • Boys Come of Age: A century of Camp Pasquaney’s Long Walk. Andrew Riely

  • Climbing into Flow: That state in which nothing else seems to matter. Christopher Johnson

  • Four Quartets and Eight Legs: Rituals fortify an Appalachian Trail trek. Christine Woodside
The Tenth Mountain Division
  • Soldiers Who Loved to Ski: The Tenth Mountain Division in Colorado. Trish Anderton

  • Weekend Excursions: A ski soldier’s diary, 1943-44. Franz L. Alt

A Steward’s Story: Without cell reception—community. Devon Reynolds

The Era of the Loggers: Revisiting a lost way of life in Maine. William Geller

The Ecological Value of Wilderness: An interview with Peter Landres. Rebecca Oreskes

Timber Kings: On the Franconia Ridge, girls’ boots tread where memories transcend language. Caroline Santinelli

In Every Issue
  • Poems: by leading poets such as Mary Oliver and Wally Swist
  • Accidents: Analysis of incidents in the White Mountains
  • Alpina: A review of international mountaineering expeditions
  • News and Notes
  • Books of Note
At Any time