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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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