National Geographic : 1934 Aug
Photograph by Robert L. M. Underhill "ROPING OFF" THUS, ONE MAY GET HOT UNDER THE COLLAR As the man runs down, the rope sliding around his body affords so much friction that little weight is carried on the hands, but the neck must be kept covered. To go faster, he pulls up the free lower end. rnotograpn Dy Micnennee Morinn A LADDER MADE EASY THE WORST JUNGFRAU CREVASSE Though the guides hadremoved most ofthe hazard, there was still a bulge of ice on the upper lip. The author had tocut afew holds to climb out over this.