Tag Archives | Andy Selters

A young Norman Clyde in the 1920s, when he undertook legendary climbing sprees in the Eastern Sierra. He eventually recorded more than 100 first ascents and numerous other “firsts,” including winter ascents and new routes. Photo courtesy the Eastern California Museum.

Fun day remembering Norman Clyde

Birthday Bash Celebrates Norman Clyde, a Sierra Original  By Jon Klusmire Norman Clyde remains a larger-than-life figure whose accomplishments as a mountaineer and climber are sometimes overshadowed today by a focus on a small number of personal quirks and amazing accomplishments that have also added to his status as a legendary figure in the history […]

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Local art with a message

With Christmas gifts on the mind now, some shoppers look to locally produced art with some social or environmental benefit. One wall calendar shows off Eastern Sierra skies and supports clean air. Such a project features photographer Andy Selters in conjunction with the Great Basin Unified Air Pollution Control District and the Clean Air Projects […]

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ES Friends of Machik climb to help Tibet

Machik Ascent Challenge Week, May 12-20 supports High School Education in Tibet The Eastern Sierra Friends of Machik announces the Ascent Challenge Week, an opportunity for mountain athletes to connect with Tibet and support kids’ education there. The credo is, “Mountain People for Mountain People.” Here’s the basics: You solicit pledges based on how much […]

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Mountain man extraordinaire signs book

Local author signs copies of latest book, “Inyo National Forest”   Local author Andy Selters will be signing copies of his most recent book, “Inyo National Forest,” from 4-6 p.m. on Saturday, April 21, at the Eastern California Museum, 155 N. Grant St., in Independence. The book is a sweeping and comprehensive view of the […]

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