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Canadian Alpine Journal
Volume 1, Number 1


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SIR SANDFORD FLEMING

CANADIAN ALPINE JOURNAL


published by the
ALPINE CLUB OF CANADA
1907


Printed by the Herald Company, Limited, Calgary, Alberta.

CANADIAN ALPINE JOURNAL




The Publishing Committee is not responsible for statements made by contributors to the Canadian Alpine Journal.




CONTENTS—VOLUME I.

PAGE
Greetings. By William Whyte, Second Vice-President, Canadian Pacific Railway 1
The Alpine Club of Canada. By Elizabeth Parker 3
MISCELLANEOUS SECTION
Memories of the Mountains. By Sir Sandford Fleming, K. C. M. G. 9
Biographical Sketch—The All Red Line. Editorial 34
The Canadian Rockies, a field for an Alpine Club. By Arthur O. Wheeler, F. R. G. S. 36
Canada's First Alpine Club Camp. By Frank Yeigh 47
How We Climbed Cascade. By the Rev. C. W. Gordon, D. D. (Ralph Connor) 58
Camping in the Canadian Rockies. By Mary M. Vaux 67
MOUNTAINEERING SECTION
The Ascent of Mt. Goodsir. By Chas. E. Fay, Litt. D., President American Alpine Club 72
The Ascent of Mt. Hungabee. By Herschel C. Parker, Ph. D. 80
The Ascent of Mt. Ball. By John D. Patterson 85
The Ascent of Mt. Assiniboine. By Gertrude E. Benham 90
The Ascent of Mt. Hermit. By the Rev. S. H. Gray 95
The First Ascent of Central Peak of Mt. Bagheera. By W. S. Jackson 100
The Ascent of Mt. Macoun. By the Rev. J. C. Herdman, D. D. 104
The Climb of Crow's Nest Mountain. By P. D. McTavish 108
The Ascents of Mts. Marpole and Amgadamo. By the Revs. A. M. Gordon, Alex. Dunn and A. O. MacRae 115
Mt. Stephen. By the Rev. G. R. B. Kinney 118
Glossary of Mountaineering Terms. Compiled by Arthur O. Wheeler 123
SCIENTIFIC SECTION
The Mountain Wildflowers of Western Canada. By Julia W. Henshaw 130
Glacier Observations. By Geo. Vaux, Jr., and William S. Vaux 138
Observations of the Yoho Glacier. By Arthur O. Wheeler, F. R. G. S. 149
OFFICIAL SECTION
Alpine Club Notes 160
Report of Secretary 164
Statement of Treasurer 167
Report of Librarian 168
Report of the Yoho Camp, July, 1906 169
Report of Chief Mountaineer 171
Receipts and Expenditures, Yoho Camp 177
Constitution 178
List of Members 182
MAPS
The All-Red Line Around the World 34
The Tongue and Moraines of the Illecillewaet Glacier. To accompany "Glacier Observations" by Geo. and W. S. Vaux 142
The Wapta Icefield. To accompany "Observations of the Yoho Glacier," by Arthur O. Wheeler 156





Copies of the Canadian Alpine Journal, Volume I, can be had on application to the following officers of the Executive:

A. O. Wheeler, President, Box 167, Calgary, Alberta.
Mrs. H. J. Parker, Secretary, 160 Furby street, Winnipeg, Manitoba.
S. H. Mitchell, Asst. Secretary, 567 Spence street, Winnipeg, Manitoba.

PRICE, 75 CENTS, POST PAID

All applications for copies must be accompanied by money order or postal note payable in Canada.

THE ALPINE CLUB OF CANADA


Officers for 1906-1908


Patron

Sir Sandford Fleming, C.E., K.C.M.G., LL.D., Ottawa, Ontario

President

Arthur O. Wheeler, F.R.G.S., Calgary, Alberta

Vice-Presidents

The Rev. J. C. Herdman, D.D., Calgary, Alberta

A. P. Coleman, M.A., Ph.D., Toronto University, Toronto, Ontario

Secretary

Mrs. H. J. Parker, 160 Furby Street, Winnipeg, Man.

Assistant Secretary

S. H. Mitchell, 567 Spence Street, Winnipeg, Man.

Treasurer

D. H. Laird, Winnipeg, Manitoba

Librarian

Miss Jean Parker, 160 Furby Street, Winnipeg, Man.

Advisory Board

E. A. Haggen, M.E., Revelstoke, British Columbia

J. A. Kirk, D.L.S., Revelstoke, British Columbia

T. Wilson, Banff, Alberta


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