Hamish MacInnes, né en 1930 à Gatehouse of Fleet en Écosse, est un alpiniste, sauveteur de haute montagne et écrivain britannique.

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  • Hamish MacInnes, né en 1930 à Gatehouse of Fleet en Écosse, est un alpiniste, sauveteur de haute montagne et écrivain britannique.
  • Hamish MacInnes OBE (born 1930) is a Scottish mountaineer, mountain search and rescuer, author and advisor.MacInnes was born in Gatehouse of Fleet, Dumfries and Galloway, Scotland in 1930. He made the first winter ascent of Crowberry Ridge Direct and of Raven's Gully on Buachaille Etive Mòr with Chris Bonington in 1953. He designed the first all-metal ice axe, and is credited with introducing the short ice axe and hammer with inclined picks for Scottish winter work in the early 1960s. He pioneered the exploration of the Glencoe cliffs for winter work with the Glencoe School of Winter Climbing and for many years led the area's Mountain Rescue team. He is recognised as having developed modern mountain rescue in Scotland, setting up the Search and Rescue Dog Association and the Avalanche Information Service, and inventing the MacInnes stretcher, which is used for rescues worldwide. In 1975, MacInnes was deputy leader to Bonington's Everest expedition, which included Dougal Haston and Doug Scott.Although never an official member, MacInnes climbed extensively with the Creag Dhu, tGlasgow-based climbing club as well as with the rival Aberdeen clubs and joined forces with Tom Patey to make the first winter traverse of the Cuillin Ridge on Skye. He was inducted into the Scottish Sports Hall of Fame in 2003 and received the Scottish Award for Excellence in Mountain Culture in 2008.He has been involved with a number of films, as climber, climbing double and safety officer, including The Eiger Sanction and The Mission, and has written numerous books on mountaineering, including the International Mountain Rescue Handbook (1972), regarded as the standard manual worldwide, and Callout (1973), his classic account of his experiences leading the Glencoe Rescue team.
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  • Scottish Award for Excellence in Mountain Cultureen 2008
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  • Scottish Award for Excellence in Mountain Culture en 2008
  • Membre du Scottish Sports Hall of Fame en 2003
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  • Hamish MacInnes, né en 1930 à Gatehouse of Fleet en Écosse, est un alpiniste, sauveteur de haute montagne et écrivain britannique.
  • Hamish MacInnes OBE (born 1930) is a Scottish mountaineer, mountain search and rescuer, author and advisor.MacInnes was born in Gatehouse of Fleet, Dumfries and Galloway, Scotland in 1930. He made the first winter ascent of Crowberry Ridge Direct and of Raven's Gully on Buachaille Etive Mòr with Chris Bonington in 1953. He designed the first all-metal ice axe, and is credited with introducing the short ice axe and hammer with inclined picks for Scottish winter work in the early 1960s.
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