Appalachia Winter/Spring 2020

Since 1876, the Appalachian Mountain Club's journal Appalachia has delivered inspired writing on mountain exploration, ecology, and conservation; news about international mountaineering expeditions; analysis of northeastern mountaineering accidents; and much more.



Warming the Winter Hours – LUCILLE STOTT

Telling the Bees – PARKMAN HOWE

What Might Surprise Mary? – SANDRA SYLVIA NELSON

Unraveling Lessons from Mary Oliver – SARAH AUDSLEY

Recitation: After Mary Oliver – TODD DAVIS

Nature’s Indefatigable Guide and On Hearing the News – JOHN SMELCER

What We Have Learned – MAX STEPHAN

Scotland, the Climbing Way: Reconnections with hardy, brash, hilarious mountain friends. – TODD SWAIN


The Dos and Don’ts of Trail Running in the Appalachian Mountains: Written by a hairless bipedal alien who has learned when to take nature seriously. – ALEX PICKENS

Valley of the Bulls: “I have a red backpack. Is that a bad thing?” – JENNY O’CONNELL

Encounters on Mount Willard: A subway seeker meets a mountain man – ELISSA ELY

A Week in the Wild at Medawisla: One night in the wild for each hour he drove – DANIEL HUDON

Turning Back: A backcountry trip in Yellowstone tests a skier’s sense of danger. – LISA BALLARD

A Line of Scouts: Personal history from Mead Base Camp in Center Sandwich, New Hampshire. – WILLIAM GELLER

Ongoing: Action heals a wound. – SARAH RUTH BATES

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