American journal seeks entries on new routes
15 Dec 2008
The American Alpine Journal (AAJ) is requesting help from climbers around the world for details on new routes made in 2008.
Every year, the AAJ gathers reports on as many of the world's new mountain routes as possible. The information is made available online and published in its journal.
If you have made a new route this year, please consider sending a few lines about the climb and maybe a photo to the AAJ, and your accomplishment will be recorded for history.
Published photographers will receive a copy of the AAJ 2009 book next summer, and all contributors will receive a password so they can view the latest AAJ online.
Please email your information as soon as possible to the appropriate editor:
Kelly Cordes (climbs in North and South America): firstname.lastname@example.org
Lindsay Griffin (Greenland, Antarctica, Asia, Africa): email@example.com
Dougald MacDonald (feature stories and Pakistan): firstname.lastname@example.org
John Harlin (miscellaneous and backup correspondence): email@example.com