Lou Dawson References

   

“Louis Dawson”. Colorado Ski & Snowboard Museum. Colorado Ski and Snowboard Hall of Fame. n.d. Retrieved January 3, 2019.

www.snowsportsmuseum.org/hall-of-fame-all/lou-dawson
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Colorado_Ski_and_Snowboard_Hall_of_Fame
www.snowsportsmuseum.org/

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Higgins, Lucy (2017). “Aspen’s Mountain Man: Lou Dawson”. Backcountry Magazine.

www.backcountrymagazine.com/stories/aspens-mountain-man-lou-dawson/

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Konsella, Brittany & Frank (2017). Backcountry Ski & Snowboard Routes Colorado. Seattle, WA, USA: Mountaineers Books. p. 15, 326, 327. ISBN 0-89886-811-4.

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Harvey, Nelson (2013). “The Ascent of ski Touring”. Glenwood Post Indpendent.

www.postindependent.com/news/the-ascent-of-ski-touring/

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Moser, Sally (2011). “In Memorium, Rich Jack, 1948-2010.” 2011 American Alpine Club Journal.

www.publications.americanalpineclub.org/articles/12201137702

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Achey, Jeff; Chelton, Dudley; Godfrey, Bob (2002). Climb. Seattle, WA, USA: Mountaineers Books. p. 112-115. ISBN 0-89886-811-4.

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John Maletz (2010). “Dawson’s Peak – Father-son Duo Climb, Ski Denali.” Aspen Times Weekly. Aspen, CO, USA. Colorado Mountain News Media. 131 (27): 9.

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Vinton, Nathaniel (2007). “A Thrilling Downhill Dash Caps a Record Colorado Climb”. New York Times.

www.nytimes.com/2007/03/03/sports/othersports/03outdoors.html

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Editors (2006). “48 Skiers Who Shaped Our Sport”. Powder Magazine. Dana Point, CA, USA. American Alpine Club. 36 (4): 90. ISSN 0145-4471

www.powder.com/stories/classics/influential-skiers/

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Lipsher, Steve (2006). “Retracing Legendary Wartime Ski Trek”. The Denver Post.

www.denverpost.com/2006/05/28/retracing-legendary-wartime-ski-trek/

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Special to Denver Post (2006). “Aspen Skier’s 14er Quest Down to Seven.” The Denver Post.

www.denverpost.com/2006/12/18/aspen-skiers-14er-quest-down-to-seven/

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Paumgarten, Nick (2005). “Dangerous Game”. The New Yorker.

www.newyorker.com/magazine/2005/04/18/dangerous-game

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Meyer, John (2005). “No Mistaking Dawson’s Hall of Fame Credentials”. The Denver Post.

www.denverpost.com/2005/05/16/no-mistaking-dawsons-ski-hall-of-fame-credentials/

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Meyer, John (1999). “Dawson’s Shared Adventure a Joy to Read”. Rocky Mountain News.

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Bradley, Tyson (1998). “Review, Wild Snow: Historical Guide to North American Ski Mountaineering”. 1998 American Alpine Club Journal.

www.publications.americanalpineclub.org/articles/12199837601

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Waterman, Jonathan (1992). “What’s Next?”. Aspen Magazine — Spring 1992.

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Randall, Glenn (1990). “Backcountry Vet Close to Skiing All Colorado’s 14,000-foot Peaks”. Powder Magazine – October.

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Buchanan, Eugene (1990). “The Uncharted Challenge”. Rocky Mountain Sports and Fitness Magazine.

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Randall, Glenn (1983). Vertigo Games. Sioux City, IA, USA: W.R. Publications. p. 62, 104, 119, 122. ISBN 0-89886-811-4.

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Kerasote, Ted (1982). “A Measure of Victory”. Backpacker Magazine.

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Bjørnstad, Eric (1978). “Utah, Fisher Towers, Titan west face, and River tower” 1978 American Alpine Club Journal.

www.publications.americanalpineclub.org/articles/12197853201

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Kennedy, Michael (1977). “Colorado, Ames Falls near Telluride”. 1977 American Alpine Club Journal.

www.publications.americanalpineclub.org/articles/12197719301

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BjØrnstad, Eric (1976). “Utah, Sewing Machine Needle, Southern Canyonlands”. 1976 American Alpine Club Journal.

www.publications.americanalpineclub.org/articles/12197645301

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Kennedy, Michael (1976). “Wyoming, Wind River Range, Sulfur Peak and Cuttthroat Spire”. 1976 American Alpine Club Journal.

www.publications.americanalpineclub.org/articles/12197645701

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