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41. MOUNTAIN‑CLIMBING (All afoot)

(Not open to boys, i.e., those under 14)

The exploits in this class are repeaters.

FOR LADS (UNDER 18). FOR ALL OVER 18.
COUP:—

In Great Britain: Ben Macdhuie; Ben Nevis; Ben Lomond; Ben Cruachan; Snowdon; Hellvellyn.

In Europe: Vesuvius.

In North America: Mt. Washington; Electric Peak, Wyo.

GRAND COUP:—

In Europe: Mt. Blanc; Breithorn: Etna.

In North America : Pike's Peak ; Shasta; Adams.

In Asia: Fujiyama; Tabor.

This exploit is a repeater.

COUP:—

In Europe: Mt Blanc; Monte Rosa; Breithorn; Monte Viso; Etna.

In North America: St. Helen's; Adams; Shasta; Hood; Rainier.

In Africa: Teneriffe.

GRAND COUP:—

In Europe: Matterhorn; Wetterhorn; Aig. Verte; Aig. du Dru; Aig. du Geant; Point dcs Ecrins; Ortler‑Spitze.

In South America: Chimborazo; Cotopaxi ; Illimani ; Aconcagua.

In Asia: Everest[1]; Kinchinjunga[1]; Ararat.

In Africa: Kilimandjaro.

This exploit is a repeater.

Other mountains will be added later.

EYESIGHT

42. To spot the Rabbit three times at 60 yards, or to distinguish and map out correctly six Pleiades" and see clearly the "Pappoose (Alcor) on the Squaw's (Mizar) back," counts a coup; to spot the Rabbit three times at 70 yards and see seven Pleiades and

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  1. 1,0 1,1 Means "not yet climbed." The first one to climb a standard peak gets double honors; one for climb, one for first climb.