British ascents of Eiger North Face?

Posted by Nick Colton on 17/10/2011
View from Eiger North face

The Mountain Heritage Trust (MHT) are trying to find out who made the first 10 British ascents of the 1938 route on the North Face of the Eiger.

A provisional list has been drawn up.  However, it is still incomplete.

View the draft list here

If you have any information that can help complete this list please can you contact MHT

Mountain Heritage Trust
Blencathra Field Centre
Threlkeld
Keswick 
Cumbria
CA12 4SG
 
Phone number
07709135285
 
Email:
enquiries@mountain-heritage.org

 



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1) Anonymous User
30/07/2012
Check with Patlittlejohn@alpin-ism.com he may be able to help.
2) Anonymous User
08/12/2012
Ask Peter Minks. Minks works at Alpine meadows in Lake Tahoe making snow. He's a hoot.
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