Jim Donini

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Jim Donini
Born July 23, 1943
Philadelphia, PA, USA
Nationality American
Occupation Alpine Climber

Jim Donini (born July 23, 1943) is an American rock climber and alpinist, noted for a long history of cutting-edge climbs in Alaska and Patagonia.[1] He was president of the American Alpine Club from 2006 to 2009,[2] and a 1999 recipient of the AAC's Robert and Miriam Underhill Award.[3]

Notable climbs[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Owens, Rob (2006), "The Lure of Commitment: Alpinism's Hard Questions", Gripped, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, p. 45, ISSN 1488-0814 
  2. ^ "Past Presidents". The American Alpine Club. Archived from the original on 2010-02-13. Retrieved Dec 24, 2009. 
  3. ^ "The Robert and Miriam Underhill Award". The American Alpine Club. Archived from the original on 2009-07-14. Retrieved Dec 24, 2009. 
  4. ^ Bragg, John (1977). "Torre Egger". American Alpine Journal. New York, NY, USA: American Alpine Club. 21 (51): 49–56. ISBN 978-0-930410-31-5. 
  5. ^ Kennedy, Michael (1979). "Latok I". American Alpine Journal. NYC, NY, USA: American Alpine Club. 22 (53): 24–28. ISSN 0065-6925. 
  6. ^ Tackle, Jack (1992). ""Snake Bit" in the Alaska Range". American Alpine Journal. NYC, NY, USA: American Alpine Club. 34 (66): 59–64. ISBN 0-930410-51-3. 
  7. ^ Tackle, Jack (1992). "'Snake Bit' in the Alaska Range". American Alpine Journal. NYC, NY, USA: American Alpine Club. 34 (66): 59–64. ISBN 0-930410-51-3. 
  8. ^ Burcham, John (2001). "Thunder Mountain, South Face, New Route". American Alpine Journal. Golden, CO, USA: American Alpine Club. 45 (71): 205–2064. ISBN 0-930410-89-0.