Stand up as I do, and hold your alpenstock behind you like this.
There's a great stick in the corner that Uncle Joe calls his alpenstock.
I looked out for the stick, said Mathilde, handing the alpenstock to Lucia, who took it with a smile.
He put the belt of his knapsack over his shoulder, and took his alpenstock in his hand.
Fellpole is a much better word than its foreign equivalent, 'alpenstock'.
“I think he is trying to break your alpenstock, Emma,” observed Lewis.
The leader carried an axe, and his companion a knapsack and an alpenstock.
Lawrence rushed deep into the snow and held out his alpenstock.
She also carried an alpenstock (there is not a mountain within a hundred miles of Dresden) and a black bag strapped to her waist.
Test the snow-bridges carefully with your alpenstock before you venture on them!
"long iron-pointed staff used for hiking in mountains," 1829, German, literally "Alpine stick."