Appalachia: Winter/Spring 2016

December 14, 2015

WINTER/SPRING 2016

IN THIS ISSUE: COMMITMENT

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  • Too Cold: The death of Kate Matrosova. Sandy Stott
  • A Bear Ponders My Edibility: The too-old-and-stringy hypothesis. Richard LeBlond
  • Going to Tent Rocks: An encounter with the edge of understanding. Sally Manikian
  • Distance: How far have you come? Elissa Ely
  • Up Versus Down: Thoughts from a groundbreaking climber and caver. Jan Conn
  • Waterman Fund Essay Winner | One Tough Gal: Why have the ideals of femininity been deemed something far from wild? Dove Henry
  • Harriet E. Freeman, White Mountain Conservationist: A secret romance obscured her legacy. Sara Day
  • A Decade of Change in the Maine Woods: An Appalachian Mountain Club ecologist considers the progress. David Publicover
  • From Carter Notch to Aconcagua: A Yankee discovers community between the mountains. Stephen Kurczy
  • On Thinning Ice: Photographing declining polar bears on Hudson Bay. Lisa Densmore Ballard

IN EVERY ISSUE

  • Poems: by leading poets such as Robin Chapman, Mary Oliver, and Wally Swist
  • Accidents: Analysis of incidents in the White Mountains
  • Alpina: A review of international mountaineering expeditions
  • News and Notes
  • Book of Note

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Appalachia, America's longest-running journal of mountaineering and conservation, is a semiannual publication of the Appalachian Mountain Club.