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Monthly Archives: January 2006
Trust for Public Land has closed on a $14 million expansion of 6,000 acres of Baxter State Park.
Ameren has released its last inspection (Dec. 8, 2005) of the Taum Sauk Upper Reservoir that collapsed on Dec. 14.
Ameren in a report to the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission says it does not believe a 1.9 earthquake 100 miles to the southeast on the New Madrid fault played any role six hours later in the December 14, 2005, Taum … Continue reading
The alpinist and writer Pierre Chapoutot has been killed by an avalanche on the crÃƒÆ’Ã‚Âªte de Lachat in the LauziÃƒÆ’Ã‚Â¨re range close to the ski resort of Valmorel. A climber of considerable repute he had opened a number of routes … Continue reading
34-year-old Steve Perry, from Yorkshire, set off on the 1st of December to tackle all of Scotland’s 284 mountains standing over 3,000 feet.
Sarah Kathleen Ball died in a fall while ice climbing Acheronte waterfall in the Italian Alps.
Luis de Carlos, 60, from Naremburn in Sydney’s north, is believed to have blown off the Lanin volcano, near the border of Chile and Argentina in the Patagonian region.
Mauna Kea is being shut down nearly a week because of snow.
Gov. John Lynch and his wife, Dr. Susan Lynch, took a snow tractor ride to the summit of Mount Washington for a look at one of the world’s foremost weather installations.
A climber abseiling down Tower Ridge approach to Ben Nevis was killed after falling 100 feet.
A press release from Ameren says the September overflow at Taum Sauk was caused by waves from Hurricane Rita.
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Mount Rainier has beaten Bigfoot as one of three finalists for the official Washington State Quarter.
West Virginia has replaced its “Wild, Wonderful” motto with “Open for Business.”
Motley Fool has tracked backcountry stocks and finds gadgets (e.g., GPS provider Garmen) are hot.