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CANADIAN ALPINE JOURNAL




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CONTENTS—VOLUME I., No. 2.

MOUNTAINEERING SECTION
Three Attempts on Pinnacle. By P. D. McTavish 197
The First Ascent of Mt. Garibaldi. By A. T. Dalton 205
A Day on Sir Donald. By Frank W. Freeborn 211
Expedition to Lake O'Hara. By R. L. Glisan 216
Nature Benigna. Poem by Theodore Watts-Dunton. (From "The Coming of Love") 223
SCIENTIFIC SECTION.
The Causes of Mountain Forms in the Canadian Rockies. By A. P. Coleman, M.A., Ph.D., University of Toronto 224
Mt. Stephen Rocks and Fossils. By Dr. Chas. Walcott, Secretary, Smithsonian Institution 232
The Nature and Activity of Canadian Glaciers. By Prof. William Hittell Sherzer, Michigan State College 249
Botanical Notes.
The Orchidaceae of the Rocky and Selkirk Mountains. By Julia W. Henshaw 264
Flora of the Saskatchewan and Athabasca Rivers. By Mary T. S. Schaffer 268
Glacier Observations 1906-1907.
Motion of the Yoho Glacier. By Arthur O. Wheeler, F. R. G. S 271
MISCELLANEOUS SECTION.
Paradise Valley Camp. By Francis C. Walker 276
Untrodden Ways. By Mary T. S. Schaffer 288
The Alpine Club's Jubilee. By Arthur O. Wheeler, F.R.G.S. 295