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William E. Colby Memorial Library
Sierra Club Bulletin--Subject Index, A-D

A B C D

The italicized number is the volume number, following number(s) are the page number(s).

A

Abbot, Mt., first ascent, 1908, 7, 8-14; 11, 249, 382; ascents, 13, 81; 15, 110; 6, 103; origin of name, 2, 252; 11, 249, 381; ill., 4, 200; 7, 7, 14; 10, 105; 12, 181; 15, 15, 18

Abbot Pass (Canadian Rockies), 2, 8; ill., 2, 152

Abbott, Mt. (Canada), 23, 104

Abbott, Mt., see also Abbot, Mt.

Abert, Mt., see Black Kaweah

Abies, see Fir

Abieteneae, 2, 63

Absaroka Range (Yellowstone N. P.), ill., 12, 276

Acadia Mountain (Acadia Nat'l Park), ill., 11, 12

Acadia National Park, 11, 6; ill., 11, 12, 13; see also Lafayette N.P.

Accidents and fatalities, 18, 112; 26, 129; 33, 127-130; Black Kaweah, 1927, 13, 93-94; Mt. Brewer, 1902, 4, 278-279; Bugaboo Spire, 1948, 34, 29, 70-73; Cathedral Spire, 1947, 33, 127-130; Devils Slide, 1947, 33, 130; El Capitan, 1905; 25, 49; Mt. Lefroy, 1896, 2, 8; Longs Peak, 3, 196; 13, 64; Mt. McKinley, 1932, 18, 86-87; Minarets, 1933, 19, 81; Frederick Morley, 1921, 11, 307, 310; Rae Lakes, 1908, 8, 49-50; Mt. Rainier, 1897, 2, 193, 234; 3, 282; Redoubt Peak, 1927, 13, 6

Acker Peak, 11, 382

Actitis, see Sandpiper

Adam's Peak (India), 19, 91

Adams, Mt. (Washington), 19, 58; 29, 36; ill., 7, 170

Admiralty Island (Alaska), ill., 17, 66

Adolphus, Lake (Canada), ill., 14, 94

Aesculus, see Buckeye

Africa, 6, 207; 12, 403-404; see also Ruwenzori ; South Africa

Agassiz, Mt., 13, 34, 87; 16, 105-107; 19, 95; 24, 49-50; origin of name, 5, 3; 11, 382; 24, 42; 26, 39; ill., 9, 308; 21, 30-31

Agassiz Col, 24, 46

Agassiz Needle, see Agassiz, Mt.

Agnes, Mt. (Washington), 22, 77-78

Agnew Lake, 11, 382

Agnew Meadow, 11, 17, 383; 24, 2

Agnew Pass, 11, 382

Agriculture, see National forests

Aguereberry Point, 24, 91

Ahwabnee, 10, 205; 11, 382

Ahwiyab Point, 23, 117; 25, 50

Ajo Mountains (Arizona), 34, 146-147

Alabama Hills, 10, 342; ill., 22, 15; 33, 30-31

Alaska, 28, 56-58; bear, 17, 59-66; ill., 10, 32; 11, 156; see also Glenora Mountain; McKinley, Mt.; Muir, John; St. Elias, Mt.; Stikine Glaciers

Alger Lake, 11, 382; 25, 122

Alice, Mt., see Temple Crag

Alkaline lakes, 3, 71-74

Alpina Americana, 6, 280; 8, 296; 10, 129

Alpinae (Alpine pines), 2, 65, 66

Alpine Club of Canada, 8, 52; membership, 8, 187, 188; Sherbrooke Lake outing, 1911, 8, 185-192

Alpine Congress, 10, 438-440

Alps, 18, 97-99, 111-113; 20, 24-25; 21, 60-63; compared with Sierra Nevada, 6, 168-169; 14, 85; 22, 1; travel in the 16th century, 17, 33-42; U.S. Mountain troops in, 30, 79-85; 31, 32-45; ill., 6, 75, 78, 82; 12, 289; 17, 34, 35, 42; 31, 14-15; see also Blanc, Mt.; Dolomites; Matterhorn; Tyrol; Wetterstein

Alta Meadows, ill., 5, 280

Alta Pass, 11, 424; ill., 11, 423

Alta Peak, 4, 306; ill., 6, 162; 13, 17

Altitude, see Elevation

Amazon River, canoe trip, 18, 88-96; ill., 18, 94-95

American Alpine Club, 13, 91-92; 14, 88

American Forestry Congress, 1905, 5, 269-270

American River, ill., 11, 294

Amethyst Lake (Canada), ill., 14, 31, 70, 78

Amphitheater Lake, 5, 8; 11, 382

Andes Mountains, 12, 404-405; 22, 85-91; 29, 77-81; ill., 29, 46-47

Andreas Canyon, 11, 351-352; ill., 10, 332

Angel Terrace (Yellowstone N. P.), ill., 12, 437

Angeles National Forest, 10, 374; 12, 196

Animals, see Mount Rainier National Park-Animal life; Sierra Nevada-Animal life; Yellowstone National Park-Animal life; Yosemite National Park-Animal life; see also Badger; Bat; Bear; Beaver; Beaver, Mountain; Bighorn sheep; Bison; Caribou; Chipmunk; Cony; Cougar; Coyote; Deer; Donkey; Elk; Fawn; Flying squirrel; Fox; Goat; Gopher; Ground-squirrel; Jackrabbit; Marmot; Marten; Mice; Moose; Mountain lion; Muskrat; Otter; Porcupine; Predatory animals; Rabbit; Ringtail; Sea lion; Shrew; Squirrel; Weasel; Wolf; Wolverine; Woodchuck

Animals, Packing, see Pack animals

Annual outings, see Sierra Club annual outings

Ansel Adams, Mt., 11, 316; 20, 36, 104-105; 11, 258; 20, 30-31

Antarctic expedition, 26, 95-101

Antivenin, 18, 45

Anza expedition, 13, 55-56

Aplodontia major, see Beaver, Mountain

Appalachian Mountain Club, 1, 338-339; 3, 314; 6, 133-134; 12, 311, 377-381, 424; 13, 88-89; 14, 87-88; 16, 100-101; 17, 107; 18, 122-123

Appalachian National Forest, 7, 125-126, 201-203; 8, 241

" Appalachian National Park" proposed, 3, 264; 4, 174-175

Appelaminy River, 28, 41, 43

Aquilegia, see Columbine

Arachova, see Parnassus, Mt.

Arangua (Caucasus), ill., 2, 295, 297

Arbor-vitae, Giant (Thuya plicata), 4, 104-106

Arc Pass, 26, 106

Arch Rock entrance (Yosemite N. P .), 34, 37-38; ill., 34, 34-35

Arctic expeditions, 10, 324

Arctostaphylos, see Manzanita

Arenaria Rossii, 32, 18

Argiewicz, Mt. (Canada), 33, 126; ill., 33, 6

Argyroxiphium, see Silversword

Armstrong Redwoods, 3, 266

Army Pass, 9, 23; 26, 105; ill., 9, 23, 24

Arndt Lake, 11, 382

Arrastre Spring, 24, 85, 103, 104

Arrow Creek Falls, ill., 6, 118

Arrow Peak, 4, 179-183; first ascent, 1895, 1, 305-309; 11, 382, 423; 26, 40; ill., 1, 306; 4, 177, 182, 261; 8, 17; 12, 317; 25, 14-15; 34, 14-15

Arrowhead, 24, 129; 25, 55, 119; 26, 140;

Arrowhead Chimney ascents, 27, 134-136; 33, 122-123

Arrowhead, Lake, 19, 45

Arrowheads, see Indian arrowheads

Asama-Yama { Japan), 6, 186-195; ill., 6, 153, 192

Ash, Flowering (Fraxinus dipetala), 3, 307

Aspen, Quaking (Populus tremuloides), ill., 25, 102-103; 27, 78-79

Asperity, Mt. (Canada), ill., 33, 6

Associated Mountaineering Clubs of North America, 10, 234-235, 351-352, 440-441; 11, 99

Astegg (Austria), ill., 12, 289

Athabaska Pass (Canada), 14, 28-33

Aurelia Harwood Memorial Lodge, 15, 102; 16, 95; 17, 98; 19, 43; ill., 19, 47

Automobiles and hiking, 17, 110

Avalanche, 10, 415-417; 16, 53; 17, 38-40; 18, 118-120; ill., 17, 35; Echo Lake, 34, 74-81; ill., 34, 94; Shadow Creek, 24, 6, 29-30; ill., 24, 30-31

Avalanche Lake (Glacier National Park), ill., 7, 226; 12, 114

Avalanche Pass (Kings River Canyon), ill., 26, 94

Avalanche Peak, 1, 242

Avenue of Giants, see Redwood Highway

 

 

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Bacon Meadow, 11, 382

Badger, California, 15, 58-63

Badger Pass, ill., 33, 102-103

Bago, Mt., 26, 129

Baker, Mt. (Washington), 22, 72

Baldy, Old, see San Antonio, Mt.

Balfour, Mt. (Canada), 2, 263-269; ill., 2, 266

Balkan War, 14, 34-36

Ballons d'AIsace, 11, 179

Balloon Dome, 1, 83, 225

Baltoro Glacier (Himalayas), ill., 31, 14-15

Banner, Peak, 23, 24; first ascent and naming, 1883, S, 193; 11, 248, 382; ascents, 17, 114-115; 23, 24; 32, 130; Winter ascent, 25, 126-127; ill., 1, 70; 6, 290, 304; 7, 6; 9, 253; 10, 447; 11, 16, 231; 15, 1, 31, 39, 46, 58, 75; 23, 25, 31; 24, 30-31; see also Ritter Range

Barbara Brook, 3, 110

Barbican (Canada), ill., 14, 6

Barbour Bill, see Sequoia National Park

Bark Beetle, 9, 206

Barnard, Mt., 1, 85-89; 11, 383; 26, 110; ill., 10, 214; 22, 14-15

Barney Lake, 12, 126; ill., 11, 451; 12, 93

Barton Flats, 11, 52; ill., 11, 52

Base Camp Trip, see Sierra Club-Base camp trips

Basin Mountain, 16, 108

Basket Dome, 25, 47

Bastion Peak (Canada), 13, 7; ill., 13, 5; 14, 6, 30

Bat, 17, 20

Battle Creek, 11, 383

Baxter, Mt., 11, 383

Bear, 6, 34; 8, 217; 9, 208; 12, 240, 336-338, 345; 17, 14-15; Alaska (Grizzly), 17, 5-6; ill., 17, 58, 59; California grizzly, 23, 70-81; Kodiak, see Bear, Alaska Bear Creek, 1, 229; 11, 383; ill., 10, 104; 27, 30-31

Bear Creek Spire, 16, 103; i9, 97; ill., 12, 181; 15, 19; 16, 6; 27, 30-31; 32, 30-31

Bear Lake (Rocky Mountain N. P.), ill., 7, 234-235

Bear Valley Meadow, 21, 15

Bear-clover; Bear-mat; Bear-weed; see Mountain misery

Bearpaw Meadow, 10, 226

Bearskin Meadow, 11, 383

Bearup Lake, 11, 383

Beaver, 6, 35-36; 12, 340; 27, 116-118; dam (ill. ), 12, 345

Beaver, Mountain (Aplodontia major), 1, 20; 6, 37-38; 17, 19

Beck Lakes Pass, 23, 24

Bebr's Alpine Sulphur, see Colias behrii

Belaying, 16, 67-88; 27, 69-72; 33, 129-130; belaying the leader, 31, 68-100; Mt. Williamson, 1903, 5, 47; ill., 16, 86; 31, 93; see also Climbing and mountaineering; Rope technique

Bell, Mt. (Canada), 22, 33-35; ill., 22, 30-31

Belly River (Glacier N. P.), ill., 12, 166

Bench Lake, 11, 383, 422; 25, 122; ill., 8, 17, 70; 25, 14-15; 34, 14-15

Bench marks on mountain peaks, 16, 99-100

Bennett Creek, 11, 383

Bennett 's Well, 24, 82, 102

Bennington Glacier (Canada), ill., 14, 7, 34

Bennington Peak (Canada), ill., 13, 9

Benson Lake, 11, 383; 17, 5; ill., 8, 154, 209; 12, 65; 17, 11; 27, 1

Benson Pass, 11, 383

Berg Lake (Canada), ill., 10, 281; 14, 15, 87

Bergschrund, 5, 276-277; ill., 5, 276; 6, 296; 7, 188, 189; 10, 292; see also Glaciers and glaciation

Bicycle camping trips, 2, 99-104

Big Arroyo, 11, 383; 13, 17-19; ill., 9, 2, 18-19; 10, 182, 198; 11, 172; 18, 46; 22, 62-63

Big Basin, 3, 187, 218-223; map, 3, 218

Big Basin Redwoods State Park, 3, 266, 337-339; 4, 74, 251, 274; ill., 3, 220; see also California Redwoods State Park

Big Bear Lake, 19, 45

Big Bird Lake, 11, 392

Big Bird Rock, 22, 106; ill., 13, 36; 18, 7

Big Game Ridge (Yellowstone N. P.), ill., 12, 344

Big Horn Lake, 4, 203

Big Kaweah, see Kaweah, Mt.

Big Oak Flat Road, 10, 97; 34, 37; realignment, standards, 34, 45-50; ill., 34, 34-35

Big Pine Creek, 9, 261-263; ill., 9, 1

Big Pines, 19, 44-45

Big Thompson River (Rocky Mountain N.P.), ill., 7, 234

Big Tree, see Sequoia gigantea

Bigelovia, see Chemisal

Bigelow Peak, 11, 384

Bighorn Plateau, ill., 32, 30-31

Bighorn Sheep: Glacier N. P., 7, 226; ill., 12, 187, 190; Grand Canyon, 30, 65; San Gabriel Mountains, 22, 111; 23, 98; 27, 121; Sierra Nevada, 4, 202-203; 21, 86, 87-88; 26, 125-126; 27, 120-121; 33, 12-13; numbers and future survival, 34, 119-122; restoration to Yosemite, 20, 28-31; Yellowstone N.P., 8, 217; 12, 334; ill., 12, 187, 190, 268

Bigler, Lake, see Tahoe, Lake

Birch Mountain, ill., 11, 422

Bird photography, 5, 103; 8, 158

Bird sanctuaries, 11, 95-97

Birds, see Sierra Nevada-Birds; Yosemite National Park-Birds; Yosemite Valley-Birds; see also Bird photography; Bird sanctuaries; Bluebird; Bunting; Chickadee; Clark Crow; Creeper; Eagle; Finch; Flicker; Grosbeak; Grouse; Gull; Hummingbird; Jay; Junco; Kinglet; Magpie; Osprey; Partridge; Ptarmigan; Quail; Robin; Sandpiper; Solitiare, Townsend; Sparrow; Swallow; Swift; Tanager; Thrush; Towhee, Vireo; Warbier; Water Ouzel; Woodpecker; Wren

Bishop Creek, 11, 384; 20, 78-80; Halliday's Corral ill., 25, 102; headwaters, skiing and climbing, 23, 36-39; ill., 23, 14-15

Bishop Pass, 9, 307-308; 11, 384; 27, 89; ill., 9, 306, 308

Bison, 12, 334; ill., 12, 268

Bitterroot (Lewisia), 11, 149; 26, 68-69

Bivouacking, 31, 24-31

Black Buttes (Mt. Shasta), ill., 5, 86

Black Divide, 11, 384; 27, 88, 103, 104

Black Giant, 5, 236; 11, 399; 27, 88, 105; ill., 16, 11; see also Goode, Mt.

Black Giant Pass, 27, 92, 104

Black Kaweah, 11, 130-134, 254, 311-312, 384, 440; 12, 49; 13, 86-87; 18, 128; 21, 99; first ascent, 1920, 11, 130-134, 254, 384; 12, 49; ill., 4, 304, 306; 7, 38; 11, 132, 133; 13, 1, 24, 92; see also Kaweah peaks

Black Mountain, ill., 6, 106

Black Rock Pass, 7, 101; 11, 135; ill., 7, l00; 11, 132, 410-411

Blackfoot Glacier (Glacier N. P.), 23, 102; ill., 7, 228

Blacksmith Peak (Yosemite N. P.), 19, 31, 98; 20, 106; 22, 56; ill., 20, 110-111

Blanc, Mont (Alps), 30, 79-80, 82-85; ill., 31, 14-15

Blaney Meadow, 3, 254; 5, 154-155; 11, 384

Blazing-star (Mentzelia laevicaulis), 11, 150; ill., 11, 148

Bloody Canyon, 3, 76; 11, 384

Blue Flower Pass, 3, 144; ill., 3, 137, 147

Blue Lakes, 1, 322

Blue Mountain (Washington), 22, 78

Bluebird, Mountain (Sialia arctica), 8, 260-264; 9, 271; ill., 8, 262, 263

Bob Ingersoll Rock, see North Dome (Kings River Canyon)

Boilie, 13, 50; ill., 13, 49

Bogs, 11, 81-82

Bolivian Andean Ski Club, 29, 77-81; Cabana (ill. ), 29, 46-47

BoIling Memorial Redwood Grove, 11, 327

Bolton Basin, 3, 168; see also Sixty Lakes Basin

Bolton Brown, Mt., 11, 426; 16, 107

Bond Pass, 11, 384

Bonpland, Lake, see Tahoe, Lake

Boothe Lake Camp, 12, 40

Boots, see Camping-Boots

Borneo, see Kinabalu

Boreal Plateau, 22, 10

Boston Glacier (Washington), ill., 22, 94-95

Boulder Field Shelter Cabin (Longs Peak), 13, 63; ill., 13, 65

Boulder Peak (Glacier N. P.), 23, 103

Boundary Hill, 11, 384

Bow Lake (Canada), ill., 2, 264

Bowline knot, 16, 71, 75

Bowman Lake (Glacier N. P.), ill., 12, 115; 23, 110-111

Bradley, Mt., 2, 273; 11, 385; 26, 40

Branigan Lake, 11, 385

Breeze Creek and Lake, 11, 385

Brenta Spire (Canada), 24, 62; ill., 24, 62-63

Brenthis, 9, 91

Brevifoliae (Short-leaf pines), 2, 67-70

Brewer, Mt.: first ascent and naming, 1864, 2, 87-88; 11, 252, 285; 14, 39; 26, 32; record of first ascent (ill. ), 11, 251; ascents, 1, 288, 289; 2, 21; 4, 278-284; 6, 159; 11, 252; Brewer east basin map, 3, 108; fatality, 4, 278; route, 3, 156; view, 4, 284; 6, 170; ill., 1, 92, 193; 2, 17, 20, 21, 98, 249; 4, 95, 278, 281, 282; 6, 162; 7, 239; 10, 206, 407; 11, 120, 251, 410-411; 12, 237; 26, 94-95; 30, 62-63

Brewer Creek, ill., 6, 162

Bridalveil Fall (Yosemite Valley), 3, 32; 6, 307; 7, 265; 11, 385; ill., 3, 32, 45; 7, 169

Bridal Veil Falls (Cataract Canyon), ill., 4, 87

Bride Peak (Himalayas), ill., 31, 14-15

Bridger Lake (Yellowstone), ill., 12, 377

Bright Angel Trail (Grand Canyon), 4, 160-163

British Columbia, Coast mountains, 33, 1-10, 124-127; ill., 33, 6-7

Broad Peak (Himalayas), ill., 31, 14-15

Brocken, see Spectre of the Brocken

Brockway, ill., 8, 257; 9, 274, 275

Broderick, Mt., 25, 51

Broderici!: Canyon, 25, 48

Brothers (Vosemite N. P.), Lower Brother, 22, 107; 23, 118; 24, 129; 25, 52, 54-55, 119; 26, 139; Middle Brother, 25, 52

Brown, Mt. Bolton, see Bolton Brown, Mt.

Browne Tower (Alaska), ill., 28, 30-31

Browns Pass (Glacier N. P .), ill., 12, 115

Bruce, Mt. (Canada), 9, 243-245; ill., 9, 244

Brué map of California, 28, 41; ill., 28, 30-31

Brussels Peak (Canada), 34, 144

Bryanthus breweri, 4, 298; ill., 12, 33

Bryanthus Lake, see Bullfrog Lake

Bryce Canyon National Park (Utah), ill., 11, 318

Bubbs Creek, 1, 99, 190; 11, 385; map, 2, 271; name, 10, 340; 11, 385; ill., 1, 186, 192; 8, 274; 26, 15; see also Bubbs Creek Falls

Bubbs Creek basin, 6, 118-119; map, 2, 114, 128; ill., 18, 14

Bubbs Creek Falls, ill., 8, 13, 281; 29, 46-47

Buckeye (Aesculus californica), 3, 303

Buckner, Mt. (Washington), ill., 22, 94-95

Buckthorn, Gray (Ceanothus cuneatus), 3, 303; White (Ceanothus divaricatus), 3, 307

Budd Lake, ill., 10, 470

Buenaventura River, 15, 77-78, 85

Buffalo, see Bison

Bugaboo Glacier (Canada), ill., 24, 62-63

Bugaboo Range (Canada), 24, 59-62; 26, 59-63; 27, 122-125; 34, 68-73; see also Brenta Spire; Bugaboo Spire; Crescent Spire; Flat-top; Howser Spire; Pigeon Spire; Snowpatch Spire

Bugaboo Spire (Canada), 24, 60; 26, 60; death by lightning, 1948, 34, 29, 69-73; ill., 24, 62-63

Bullfrog Lake, 1, 100; 3, 154; 4, 95; 7, 185; ill., 2, 79, 272; 4, 282; 8, 48-49, 285; 11, 379; 15, 67

Bullfrog Lake region, ill., 4, 95; 7, 238; 11, 379

Bummer, see Ground-squirrel, Sierra golden-mantled

Bumpass Hot Springs (Bumpass' Hell), 2, 213-214

Bunchberry (Cornus canadensis), ill., 12, 118

Bunting, Lazuli, 6, 252

Burney Falls, 2, 313; ill., 2, 314

Burr map of California, 28, 41; ill., 28, 30-31

Burro, 17, 89-93; ill., 22, 95

Burro trips, 24, 31-39; 25, 122; 26, 131-133; see also Sierra Club-Burro trips

Butte Valley, 24, 85, 104

Butter, 2, 113

Butterflies, 9, 85-94, 99-101; 21, 88-89; bibliography, 9, 102; collecting, 9, 269; 18, 47-55; ill., 9, 94, 99; see also Brenthis; Chionobas; Colias; Erebia; Eurymus; Grand Canyon of the Colorado-Butterflies; Oregonia; Parnassius; Sierra Nevada-Butterflies Butterfly noose, 16, 71-72; ill., 16, 72

Button bush (Cephalanthus occidentalis), 3, 305

Byrd Antarctic expedition, 26, 95-101

 

 

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Cactus, 33, 43; ill., 17, 71

Caesar, Mt. (Trinity Alps), 21, 95; ill., 21, 14-15

Calaveras Big Tree Grove (Calaveras Big Trees State Park), 1, 316, 322; 9, Ill; 12, 43, 196-197, 409-410; bills and legislation, 3, 262-263; 4, 175; 5, 85, 150; " Mother of the Forest, " 33, 63-64, 68; need for preservation, 3, 182-185; 1!, 2-4; ill., 9, 110-111; 12, 400, 401

Calaveras Grove Association, 12, 409-410

Calbovista subsculpta, 21, 90

California: birds, 5, 262; geology, 4, 292; lava regions of northern California, 2, 312-319; maps, 15, 90, 91; 28, 30-31; mountains of southern California, 11, 49-55; 25, 68-72; mountains over 5000 feet, 31, 115-117; national forests, 12, 96; primitive areas, see Wilderness areas; Spanish explorations, 13, 54

California Alpine Club, 12, 311-312, 425; 14, 88-89; 15, 112-113

California Associated Societies for the Conservation of Wild Life, 9, 45, 57-58, 105

California Botanical Society, 9, 110, 183, 299

California Club, 4, 250

California Falls, 1, 203; 4, 27; ill., 7, 217

California Forestry Law of 1905, 5, 303-309, 325

California Redwood Association, 10, 486

California Redwoods State Park, 4, 251; 6, 141, 283; see also Big Basin Redwoods State Park

California State Board of Forestry, 11, 219

California State Geological Survey, 10, 135-136; 11, 244-254; 14, 39-40; 26, 31-32; 32, 75-76; 33, 66; ill., members, 1863, 12, 126

California State Parks, 2, 244-245; J8, 120; 13, 75-80; State Parks Commission, 13, 66; State Parks Commission bill, 1927, 13, 75-77; see also Big Basin Redwoods State Park; California Redwoods State Park; Calaveras Big Tree Grove; Cuyamaca State Park; DelNorte Coast Redwoods State Park; Humboldt Redwoods State Park; Jedediah Smith Redwoods State Park; Mill Creek Redwoods State Park; Muir Woods Nat'l Monument; Point Lobos Reserve State Park; Redwood Highway; Tamalpais State Park

California Water and Forest Society, 2, 324-325

California White and Sugar Pine Manufacturers' Association, 10, 375-376, 485

Callospermophilus, see Ground-squirrel

Calvatia Sculpta, 14, 61-63; 21, 90; ill., 14, 62, 63

Calycanthus, see Sweet-scented shrub

Caminetti Bill, 23, 13

Camp Hale (Colorado), 28, 55-56, 59-60, 68

Camp Seeley, 10, 335

Campanula, see Harebells

Camping, 2, 29-43; 7, 25S-260; 9, 264-267; 12, 381; 14, 34-38; bedding, 2, 34-35, 100-101; 5, 77-78, 319; 22, 42-44; bicycle, 2, 99-104; bivouacking, 31, 24-31; boots, 7, 267; children, 33, 34-40; 34, 87-94; ill., 30, 62-63; 34, 87; clothing, 2, 33-34; 22, 46; equipment, 1, 200-201; 2, 29-43, 99-104; 3, 181, 242; 4, 216-217; 5, 77-78, 31S-321; 11, 276, 292; 15, 30-31; 22, 3S-47; 26, 90-94; first aid, 12, 16S-174; 18, 44-46; 33, 31-33; food and commissary, 2, 29-32, 111-114; 3, 173-181; 15, 31; 18, 31-37; 21, 45-48; 22, 44-46; 23, 65-69; 24, 27; frying pan uses, 3, 181; snow, 23, 33; 26, 90-94; tent, 22, 39-42; 26, 90-94; winter, 3, 242-248; 4, 216-227; 5, 318-321; 8, 249-259; 9, 81-83; 11, 292-299; 15, 69-72; 22, 38-47; 26, 90-94; see also Packers and packing

Canada : forestry, 9, 71; mountains, 11, 20S-209; 13, 1-9; 33, 1-10, 124-127; see also Bugaboo Range ; Canadian Rockies; Selkirk Range

Canadian Alpine Club, 11, 208-209; Journal, 7, 74

Canadian Rockies, 2, 1-8; 8, 185-192; 10, 269-275; 11, 208; 13, 1-9; 14, 1-33; bibliography, 13, 9; 34, 144-145

Canoeing in the Sierra, ill., 12, 261

Canyon de Chelly National Monument (Arizona), 24, 71; ill., 30, 46-47

Canyon Creek, see Roaring River

Canyon Creek Lakes, 21, 15

Capitan, see El Capitan

Capitan type of ice sculpture, 10, 75-76

Carabiner, 19, 34; 25, 97; 31, 84-86; ill., 25, 102-103; 33, 102-103

Carbonated springs, 3, 66-67; see also Soda springs

Cardinal Lake, 11, 386

Cardinal Mountain, 11, 386, 425; 25, 121; ill., 11, 422; 25, 14-15

Caribou, 10, 274; ill., 10, 280

Caribou Lakes, 21, 15

Caribou range (Canada), ill., 10, 281

Carillon, Mt., 26, 110

Carlsbad Cavern (New Mexico), ill., 30, C 46-47

Carmel Bay, ill., 18, 67

Carpenteria californica, 11, 151-153; ill., 11, 152

Carson Pass, 15, 82; map, 15, 83; ill., 33, 102-103

Carson River, 15, 78

Cartridge Creek, 1, 299; 4, 256-261; 11, 386; ill., 1, 301; 9, 162-163

Cartridge Creek Divide, ill., 4, 253

Cartridge Pass, map, 17, 106

Casa Diablo Hot Springs " Geyser, " 23, 82-83; ill., 23, 14-15

Cascade range (Washington), 22, 69-79; 23, 46-49; ill., 22, 94-95; see also Chelan, Lake

Cascade Valley, 11, 386; ill., 15, 74; 24, I

Case Mountain, 11, 386

Cassiar Trail, 10, 347-349

Cassiope, ill., 12, 33; 24, 30-31

Castilleja Lake, 2, 21

Castle Cliffs, 26, 136

Castle Dome (Arizona), 19, 102

Castle Dome (Kings River), 26, 128

Castle Peak, ill., 27, 30-31; 33, 30-31, 102; see also Matterhorn Peak ; Tower Peak

Castle Rock Spire, 32, 132-133

Castor Peak (Yellowstone N. P.), ill., 12, 276

Cataract boats, 27, 53-54

Cataract Canyon (Arizona), 4, 77-87; ill., 4, 77, 82, 85, 87

Cataract Creek, 5, 10

Cataract Glacier (Canada), ill., 33, 6-7

Cataract Pass, 11, 425; ill., 11, 423

Cataract Peak, 11, 425

Cathedral (Canada), ill., 8, 189

Cathedral Chimney, 24, 129; 25, 58

Cathedral Creek, 4, 29-34; 20, 42-45; Falls, ill., 9, 255; 20, 62

Cathedral Peak, 3, 236-241; 11, 386; 17, 113; 20, 103; ill., 3, 236; 7, 95; 8, 152; 10, 470; 11, 24; 17, 7; 20, 110-111; summit spire (ill. ), 3, 238

Cathedral Range, 3, 55, 63-64, 68-69, 74; 8, 1-2; 11, 21-28; 17, 113; 34, 110; ill., 3, 55, 240; 7, 149; 8, 1, 225; 9, 224, 252, 292; 11, 25; 34, 35 Cathedral Rocks, 19, 100; 21, 98; 22, 107; 25, 62; 27, 136; ill., 30, 46-47

Cathedral Spires (Yosemite N. P.): Higher Spire, 19, 100; 25, 61; first ascent, 1934, 19, 34-37; 20, 107; 25, 61; ascents, 21, 98; 23, 118; 26, 138, 140; accident, 1947, 33, 127-130; south face ascent, 34, 150; ill., 19, 46-47; 25, 102-103; 34, 94-95; Lower Spire, first ascent, 1934, 20, 107-108; 25, 60; ascents, 21, 98; 22, 107; 23, 118; 24, 130; 25, 58; 26, 140; 27, 136; new route, 34, 149; ill., 20, 111; 25, 102-103

Caucasus Mountains, 2, 296; 22, 92-93; ill., 2, 295, 297; 31, 14-15; see also Arangua; Dykhtau; Elbrus, Mt.

Cavalier, Mt. (Canada), 22, 33

Cavell, Mt., see Edith Cavell, Mt.

Ceanothus cuneatus, see Buckthorn

Ceanothus integerrimus, see Snow-brush

Cedar, 2, 75-76; 4, 102-109; Incense (Libocedrus decurrens), 4, 106-109; ill., 4, 103; Pacific red (Thuya plicata), 4, 104-106; Post, see Cedar, Incense

Cedrus, see Cedar

Center Basin, 26, 21; crags, 22, 129; map, 2, 271; ill., 8, 69, 166; 18, 14

Center Peak, 2, 272; first ascent, 1896, 2, 273; 11, 386; 26, 40; ascent, 20, 69; ill., 11, 378; 18, 14; 26, 14-15

Central America, 4, 266-273

Cephalanthus occidentalis, see Button bush

Cercis occidentalis, see Redbud

Cercocarpus parvifolius, see Mahogany, Mountain

Cerro Gordo, 27, 138

Certhia familiaris, see Creeper, Brown

Cervino, see Matterhorn

Chabot, Lake, 6, 175-176; ill., 6, 175

Chagoopah Falls, 4, 304; 11, 386

Chagoopah Plateau, 10, 155-158; 11, 386; 22, 11; ill., 4, 302, 304; 11, 172

Challenger, Mt. (Washington), 22, 78

Chamaebatia foliolosa, see Mountain misery

Chamaebatiaria millefolium, see Spiraea, Desert

Chamaecyparis, see Cypress

Chamberlin, Mt., 26, 118

Chaparral, 3, 303-312; 11, 49

Charleston Peak (Nevada), 18, 130-131; 27, 83-85; ill., 27, 78, 79

Charlotte Creek, ill., 26, 94-95

Charlotte Lake, 1, 100; 3, 154; 26, 13

Charmoz (Alps), 30, 82-85

Charybdis, 11, 387; 12, 131; 27, 88, 104, 105; ill., 12, 12, 17, 20

Chelan, Lake (Washington), 8, 174; 10, 235-237; 22, 79; 23, 46; ill., 10, 234, 235; see also Cascade range

Chemisal (Bigelovia arborescens), 3, 307

Chickadee, Mountain (Penthestes gambeli), 8, 160; ill., 8, 158

China Canyon, see Matterhorn Canyon

" Chinquapin, " 12, 152-154

Chionobas, 9, 89-90; ill., 9, 94

Chipmunk, 10, 401-413; Alpine (Eutamias alpinus), 10, 406-408; 17, 18-19; ill., 10, 402; Long-eared, ill., 10, 406; Mariposa (Eutamias merriami), 10, 402-404; Merriam, see Chipmunk, Mariposa; Tahoe (Eutamias speciosus), 10, 404-406; ill., 10, 403

Chiquito Creek, 11, 387

Chittenden Peak, 11, 387; 27, 126

Chiwawa Mountain (Washington), 8, 183

Chocolate Glacier (Washington), ill., 8, 180

Chocolate Peak, 25, 126

Cholla cactus, ill., 17, 71

Christmas-berry, see Toyon

Christmas trees, 9, 73

Church Tower (Yosemite Valley), 21, 98; 25, 58, 119; 26, 140; 34, 147

Cinclus mexicanus, see Water Ouzel

Cinder cones, ill., 2, 318-319; 11, 235

Circle Meadow, ill., 12, 213

Cirque: bowl and glacier, ill., 5, 271; wall, ill., 5, 273; see also Glaciers and glaciation

Cirque Lake, 5, 160

Cirque Peak, 26, 120

Citadel, 271 104

Citlaltepetl, see Pico de Orizaba

Clair Tappaan Memorial Lodge, 20, 2-3; 21, 81-83; ill., 20, 30-31; 22, 94-95; 26, 94-95; 27, 30-31; 33, 30-31

Claire Lake, see Little Claire Lake

Clarence King, Mt., 1, 241-253; 12, 51; first ascent, 1896, 2, 94-97; 12, 51; 26, 40, 128; drawings, 1, 245; 3, 138; origin of name, 12, 51; 10, 238; 26, 32; ill. 1, 241; 4, 182; 12, 245; 21, 30-31; 34, 14-15

Clark, Mt., 8, 152; 10, 227-229; 11, 210, 387; 17, 118-119; 21, 96; Winter ascent, 23, 43, 117; ill., 3, 240; 10, 230; 11, 410; 15, 59; 26, 94-95; 33, 103

Clark Crow (Nucifraga columbiana), 4, 142; 6, 250-251; ill., 4, 142

Clarke-McNary Act, 12, 317-318

Claw Peaks (Canada), 33, 124-125

Clear Lake, 6, 209

Cleayage, 9, 226-239

Cleaver Notch, 22, 53

Cleaver Peak, 19, 31, 98; 20, 47, 106; 22, 52, 56

Cleveland, Mt. (Glacier N. P .), 12, 156-157; 23, 103; ill., 12, 156, 157, 166

Cliff Creek Canyon, 7, 102; ill., 7, 102, 103; 13, 20

Cliff dwellings, Cataract Canyon, 4, 84-86; ill., 4, 85; Grand Canyon, 4, 162-163

Climate maps, 30, 90-91

Climber's Guide to the High Sierra: 1-The Sawtooth Ridge (Yosemite N. P.), 22, 48-57; 2-The Ritter Range, 23, 20-32; 3-The Palisades, 24, 40-58; 4-Yosemite Valley, 25, 41-63; 5-The Whitney Region, 26, 102-121; 6-The Evolution Region and the Black Divide, 27, 86-111

Climbing and mountaineering, 2, 54; 6, 169; 12, 223; 16, 90; Ascents, see under name of mountain; beginner's impressian, 26, 25-27; bibliography, 31, 68-97; Caucasus, 22, 92-93; classification of difficulty, 21, 60; 22, 49; 24, 41; 26, 107; climbing-irons, ill., 17, 42; dangers in 16th century, 17, 33-42; Dolomites, 21, 60-63; early history, 17, 33-42; 19, 91; 23, 50-64; ethics, 16, 68-69; fourteen thousand-foot climbers' certificates, 18, 127; 21, 103-104; highest ascents, 5, 78, 141; 6, 137-138; 7, 194, 252; 8, 213; " Jam Crack Joe" (song), 29, 82-89; Japanese Alps, 22, 93-94; local rock-climbing, 19, 28-30; mountain troops in the Alps, 30, 79-85; 31, 32-45; national parks rules and policies, 26, 135-136; " One Hundred Peaks" goal, 31, 115-117; Owens Valley ascent routes, 13, 31-35; philasophy, 23, 50-64; post-war mountain training, 31, 46-56; precautions, see Safety in climbing; reasons for, 2, 54 12, 183, 296; 23, 50, 64; records, see Sierra Club-Registers; technique, see Belaying, Expansion bolts, Rappel, Rock climbing, Rope, Rope technique; terminology, 18, 70; values, 19, 28-30; Wales, 22, 92; Wetterstein, 21, 60-63; winter, 23, 36-39; World War I, 10, 79-80, 325; World War II, 30, 79-85; 31, 32--45; see also Accidents and fatalities, Alps, Climbing equipment, Climbing photographs, Safety in climbing, Women and mountaineering Climbing equipment, 2, 138; 18, 126; " Little Gem Co., " 26, 72-77; Lost Arrow equipment, 33, 103-106; ill., 33, 102-103; see also Carabiner; Expansion bolts; Crampons; Pitons; Rope

Climbing Photographs: Alps, 16th C., 17, 42; Higher Cathedral Spire, 34, 94-95; Lost Arrow, 26, 94-95; 32, 1, 12-13; 33, 102-103; Lower Brother, 23, 111; Lower Cathedral Spire, 25, 102-103; " Machete, " 25, 102-103; Monument Peak, 25, 102-103; Shiprock, 25, 14-15; Mt. Whitney, 23, 110-111

Clitheroe, Mt. (Canada), ill., 14, 22

Cloud Canyon, 6, 156; 7, 71-73; 11, 119-120, 388; 12, 47--48; ill., 1, 189; 8, 163; 11, 120; 13, 33; 26, 14-15

Cloudburst effects, 2, 299-300

Clouds, ill., 22, 63, 94; 26, 14-15

Clouds Rest, 7, 264; 11, 387; 26, 138

Cloudy Canyon, see Cloud Canyon

Cloudy Pass (Washington), ill., 8, 181, 184

Cloudy River, see Roaring River

Clough Cave, 11, 388

Club Alpin Français, 10, 438-440

Club Andino Boliviano, 29, 77-81; cabafia (ill. ), 29, 46-47

Club de Exploraciones de Mexico, 12, 418; 13, 92; 14, 90-91; 18, 124-125

Clyde Meadow, 17, 54

Clyde Spires, 19, 94; 27, 96

Coast Range of British Columbia, 33, 1-10, 124-127; ill., 33, 6-7

Coast Range of Mexico and Central America, 4, 264-273

Coast Redwood, see Sequoia sempervirens

Coccothraustes vespertinus, see Grosbeak

Cockscomb Crest, 11, 26-27, 388; 17, 113; 19, 99; 20, 103; 34, 110-111; ill., 11, 21, 29

Cockscomb type of ice sculpture, 11, 21-28; ill., 11, 21, 28, 29

Col de Doodad, 22, 51, 52

Colby Lake, 9, 3; 13, 85; ill., 9, 3; 11, 121

Colby Meadow, 11, 388; 27, 87; ill., 5, 232; 10, 105; 11, 140; 12, 249

Colby Mountain, 11, 388

Colby Pass, 3, 167; 9, 2, 48; 11, 119-129, 388; 22, 105; ill., 8, 167; 9, 3; 11, 120, 121; 13, 32

Colias behrii, 9, 91, 99-102; bibliography, 9, 102; ill., 9, 99

Colias lycaena, 9, 92

Colima (Mexico), 4, 264

Coliseum Peak, 3, 55; see also Tenaya Peak

Collapse of mountain summits, see Geological studies

College Fiord (Alaska), ill., 10, 394

Colony Meadow and Peak, 11, 388

Colorado, mountains and parks, 3, 189-199; 7, 234-236; 28, 55-56; see also Camp Hale; Longs Peak; Mt. Elbert; Rocky Mountain N.P.

Colorado Mountain Club, 8, 280; 12, 310, 424-425; 13, 90-91; 14, 89; 15, 111-112; 16, 101; 17, 109-110; 18. 123-124

Colorado River, boat trip, 27, 50-58; 30, 67-70; ill., 27, 78-79; 30, 62-63; see also Cataract Canyon Colorado River, Grand Canyon of the, see Grand Canyon National Park and Monument, and Grand Canyon of the Colorado

Colored Lady, ill., 6, 102; 7, 183; 8, 16-17, 65; 9, 160, 161; 10, 431; 21, 31

Colosseum Mountain, 11, 421; ill., 11. 422

Columbia 's Finger, 11, 25-26; ill., 9, 292; 11, 25, 28

Columbine (Aquilegia pubescens), 11, 149

Columbine Lake, ill., 7, 101, 103; 9, 20

Columbine Peak, 24, 58

Commissary, see Camping

Coney, see Cony

Confederation, Mt. (Canada), 26, 140; 33, 109-114

Conifers of the Pacific Slope, 2, 61-78, 156-173; 4, 100-131, 154-156; classification charts concerning, 2, 77-78, 173; 4, 131

Conness, Mt., 4, 287; 10, 393; 11, 18-19, 245-246, 388-389; 30, 94; ill., 3, 323; 5, 279; 10, 292, 345, 369; 18, 70, 71; 20, 62-63; 34, 86-87

Conness Glacier, ill., 5, 279; 10, 292

Conservation, 7, 64-69; 8, 131-132; 14, 68; 15, 58; 32, 36-42, 71-74; beaver, 27, 116-118; birds, 9, 176; 11, 95-97; California Associated Societies for the Conservation of Wild Life, 9, 57-58; conference of governors, 1908, 6, 318; elk, 9, 207-208; Europe, 8, 235; history of early governmental conservation attempts, 16, 16-26; legislation, 9, 205; 16, 16-26; mountain meadows, 8, 39-42; 27, 16; 32, 53-62; 34, 140-143; National Conservation Commission, 7, 77-79; need, 30, 51-55; predatory wild beasts, 8, 57; Sequoia, 11, 1-4, 87, 327-329; toyon, 11, 97-98; wild flower conservation, 8, 200-203; i1, 88; wild life conservation, 9, 45, 57-58, 105, 176; 33, 11-18; wilderness conservation, 27, 14-22; wilderness problems, 32, 43-52; see also Forestry; National Forests; Save-the-Redwoods League; Wilderness areas and wilderness preservation Conservation organizations, see Mountaineering and conservation organizations

Consultation Lake, 1, 291; ill., 1, 291

Contact Pass, 24, 48

Continental Divide, ill., 12, 40

Contra Costa Hills Club, 11, 319

Converse Basin, 11, 389

Convict Lake, 9, 55; 11, 389; ill., 9, 55

Conway Summit, 21, 54-59

Cony (Ochotona): Mt. Rainier N.P., 6, 36; Yellowstone N. P ., 12, 343-344; Yosemite, 10, 159-164; 17, 13-14; ill., 10, 160, 162

Copper Canyon, see Deadman Canyon

Copper Creek, 11, 389

Copper Pass, 27, 62

Copperhead, see Ground-squirrel, Sierra Golden-mantled

Corcoran, Mt., see Langley, Mt.

Cordilleras (Mexico), 4, 265

Coso Peak, 27, 138

Costa Rica, 4, 272

Cotter Peak, 21, 93; 26, 128

Cottonwood Lakes, 8, 193-199; ill., 9, 24

Cougar, 6, 35

Cowlitz Glacier (Washington), ill., 1, 115

Coyote: Mt. Rainier N.P., 6, 35; Yellowstone N. P., 12, 339; Yosemite, 17, 15-16; 33, 15-17

Coyote Creek, 11, 389

Coyote Pass, 10, 292; 11, 389

Crabtree Creek, 4, 210; see also Wbitney Creek

Crabtree Creek Canyon, see Big Arroyo Crabtree Pass, 26, 106

Crag Alexander Winchell, 7, 109; ill., 7, 110

Crag Ericsson, ill., 9, 25; see also Ericsson, Mt.

Crag Reflection, 3, 109

Craig Peak, 27, 126

Crampons, 17, 35

Crane Creek Road, 34, 45-50

Crane Flat, 11, 389

Crater Lake (Oregon), 1, 31-39; 10, 356-358; map, 1, 37; ill., 1, 36

Crater Lake National Park (Oregon), 8, 222; 9, 63, 320; 10, 100, 108, 356-358, 368

Crater Mountain, 11, 421

Creeper, Brown (Certhia familiaris), 6, 248

Crescent Meadow, ill., 12, 308

Crescent Spire (Canada), 24, 61

Crest-lines, 5, 279-286; 18, 73-75; ill., 18, 75

Crevasse, ill., 8, 176; 9, 156; 14, 39; see also Glaciers and glaciation

Crocker, Mt. (Sierra Nevada), 20, 75-76; 32, 131

Crocker, Mt. (Galapagos), 27, 79-82

Crossley Lake (Glacier N. P.), 12, 113; ill., 12, 117, 159

Crotalus, see Rattlesnake

Crow, Clark, see Clark Crow

Crown Mountain, 11, 390

Crown Point, ill., 11, 451; 12, 93

Cryptograms, see Pictographs

Cryptomeria, 2, 170

Crystal Cave, 11, 10

Cucamonga Mountains, ill., 5, 122

Cupressoides, 4, 120

Cupressus, see Cypress

Cut-throat Peak (Wash.), 23, 46-47

Cuyamaca State Park, 18, 121

Cyanocitta stelleri, see Jay, Blue-fronted

Cyclales, 4, 100-131

Cyclamen, ill., 16, 19; 26, 14-15

Cypress, 4, 100-101, 109-118, 131; Alaska (Chamaecyparis nootkatensis), 4, 111; Arizona (CupressusArizonica), 4, 117; Bonito (Cupressus Arizonica bonito), 4, 118; ill., 4, 103; Gowen (Cupressus goveniana), 4, 116; 18, 66; Guadaloupe (Cupressus Guadaloupensis), 4, 117; Lawson (Chamaecyparis Lawsoniana), 4, 111-113; ill., 4, 111; MacNab's (Cupressus Macnabiana), 4, 116; Monterey (Cupressus macrocarpa), 4, 113-115; 18, 64-67; ill., 4, 111; 18, 63, 66; Pygmy (Cupressus goveniana parva), 4, 116; Swamp, 2, 169

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Dade, Mt., 16, 103; 19, 97

Daggett, 1, 4Q-42

Dais Glacier (Canada), ill., 21, 14-15; 22, 30-31

Dakota National Forest (North Dakota), 7, 77

Daly, Mt. (Canada), 8, 187-188

Damnation Creek, ill., 16, 30

Dana, Mt., 2, 10; 3, 68-69, 319-328; 4, 21-22; 11, 246-247, 390; 17, 31-32; bibliography, 16, 108-111; early ascents, 16, 108-111; ill., 3, 323, 326; 4, 19; 9, 247; 11, 250; 13, 48; 17, 22; 18, 71

Dana Glacier, 5, 22

Da1lte's View (Death VaIley), ill., 17, 74; 24, 62-63

Darwin, Mt., 11, 390; 12, 306; 16, 104; 25, 13; 27, 87, 93-94, 98; first ascent, 1908, 11, 390; 12, 87-90; 27, 93; ascents, 11, 138, 284-289; 12, 306; 19, 93; 25, 120; summit pinnacle, 12, 306; 16, 104; 18, 88; 27, 94; ill., 5, 232; 11, 137, 278, 286, 287, 418; 12, 181; 16, 10; 19, 94

Darwin Canyon, 22, 110; ill., 11, 278

Darwin Glacier, ill., 11, 278

Davis Mountain, 11, 390; 12, 305; 23, 24

Day Needle, 11, 391; 26, 114; ill., 10, 175; 32, 30-31

De Alpibus Commentarius, 17, 33-42

Deadman Canyon, 6, 156, 158; 7, 71-72; 11, 119, 391; ill., 6, 156; 13, 36; 18, 7

Dease Lake (Alaska), ill., 10, 48

Death Valley (Death Valley Nat'l Monument), 1, 40-53; 17, 67-76; depression, 18, 110-111; maps, 24, 62-63, 78; trailing the forty-niners, 24, 74-108; ill., 17, 67, 70, 71, 74, 75; 24, 62-63; 27, 78-79; 30, 46-47; see also Panamint Range; Telescope Peak

Deer: eating habits, 5, 194-210; Mt. Rainier National Park, 6, 33-34; Yellowstone N.P., 12, 335-336; Yosemite N. P., 17, 12; ill., 11, 314, 315; 12, 236; 27, 78-79

Deer Creek, 10, 179-183; ill., 9, 2

Deer Creek Canyon, ill., 10, 135

Deerhorn Mountain, 11, 391; 13, 88; 17, 120; 18, 127; 25, 123, 124; 26, 129, 135; ill., 2, 79, 272; 9, 25; 10, 207; 15, 67

Del Norte Coast Redwoods State Park: creation, 16, 29-36; Henry S. Graves Grove, 12, 198-199; ill., 16, 30, 31, 34, 35

Delaney Creek, 11, 391

Delphi (Greece), ill., 9, 278, 279

Denali Pass (Alaska), ill., 28, 30-31

Dendragapus, see Grouse

Dendroica auduboni, see Warbler, Audubon

Dendromecon rigida, see Poppy, Bush

Dentiform, Mt. (Canada), 33, 6-8, 127

Denudae, 2, 169

Denudation, 2, 295-311; 5, 33-43; ill., 2, 295, 296, 299, 301; see also Erosion

Depressions, 18, 110-111

Desert Peaks Section, 27, 137-138

Desolation Lake, 11, 391; ill., 11, 56

Deutscher und Oesterreichischer Alpenverein, 18, 111-113

Devils Bathtub, 11, 391; 25, 111

Devils Crags, 1, 296; 19, 19-23; 27, 106-110; first ascent, 1913, 9, 180, 188; 11, 391; 19, 19; 27, 106; ascents, 16, 104-105; 19, 19-23; 20, 73; 24, 128; 25, 121; 27, 106-110; ill., 1, 297; 5, 2; 9, 162-163, 188, 189; 11, 359; 16, 15; 19, 20, 46-47; 25, 14-15; routes of ascent, ill., 19, 20

Devils Postpile National Monument, 1, 74; 8, 170-173; 11, 46-47, 391; 15, 1-8; established, 1911, 8, 226; map, 8, 227; water power site, 8, 52-53; ill., 8, 170, 171, 226, 227; 11, 45; 15, 6, 7; 24, 30-31; 29, 46-47; 33, 30-31; see also Rainbow Falls

Devils Slide, 33, 130

Devils Tower (Grand Teton N. P.), 32, 128-129

Devils Woodpile, see Devils Postpile

Diablo, Mt., 16, 99

Diamond hitch, 1, 327-329; 21, 40-44; ill., 1, 328; 21, 41, 94-95

Diamond Mesa, 2, 274; 26, 129

Diaz Pass, 27, 63

Dicentra uniftora, see Steer's head flower

Dick 's Peak, 2, 121

Diet, see Camping-Food and commissary

Dinkey Creek, 11, 391

Dipper, see Water Ouzel

Dirt Glacier, see Flood Glacier

Disappearing Creek, 11, 392; 12, 7-20; 22, 106; 27, 88; ill., 12, 12, 16, 17, 20; see also Enchanted Gorge

Disappointment Peak, 16, 107; 24, 42, 56; 25, 16

Dishes, see Camping-Equipment

Diving Board, 24, 129; 25, 48, 49, 51, 53, 112

D.O.A.V., see Deutscher und Oesterreichischer Alpenverein

Dodwell Rixon Pass (Washington), ill., 9, 152

Dog Lake (Mt. San Gorgonio), ill., 11, 53

Doghead Peak, 8, 136-137

Dogwood blossoms, ill., 30, 46-47

Dollar Lake, see Big Bird Lake

Dolomites, 11, 292-296; 21, 6D-63; 30, 80-81

Dome Mountain (Washington), 22, 78

Domes and dome structure, 5, 211-220; 9, 228-229; ill., 5, 216, 218, 220; see also Geological studies

Donald, Mt. Sir, see Sir Donald, Mt.

Donkey, 17, 89-93

Donner Summit, ill., 33, 102

Donohue Pass, 11, 392; ill., 7, 95

Donohue Peak, 11, 392; 25, 122

Doodad, 20, 106; 22, 53

Doré Cliff and Pass, 11, 392

Dorothy Lake, 11, 392

Dorst Creek, 11, 392

Double Rock, 20, 105

Douglas squirrel, see Squirrel, Douglas

Downingia montana, 11, 147-148

Draba lemmonii, 11, 149

Dragon Peak, 14, 87

Dragonback (Canada), 33, 126; ill., 33, 7

Dragtooth, 22, 53

Drawbridge Gap (Canada), 13, 6; ill., 13, 5

Drawbridge Peak (Canada), ill., 13, 5; 14, 10

Drawbridge Ridge (Canada), 13, 6

Drei Zinnen, see Tre Cime di Lavaredo

Dry Lake, 11, 52

Dryobates villosus, see Woodpecker

Du Bois system of fire prevention, 9, 209-210

Ducks (Trail markers), 7, 41, 123-124; 27, 31-34

Dumbbell Lake, 5, 7; 11, 392; ill., 5, II

Dunderberg Peak, 10, 287-291; 21, 55-59; 22, 108; 33, 123

Dungeon Peak (Canada), ill., 13, 12

Dusy Basin, 11, 282; 13, 34

Dusy Branch, 11, 392

Dusy Creek, ill., 11, 153

Dusy Meadow, 11, 392

Dusy Peak, 5, 3; see also North Palisade

Dyerville-Bull Creek redwoods, 12, 308-309, 421

Dykhtau (Caucasus), ill., 31, 14-15


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