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Nearly 50 AAC members volunteered with the American Climber Science Program (ACSP) in Peru’s Cordillera Blanca this summer. For the past three years, the ACSP and AAC members have innovated new field research techniques examining environmental change on Huascaran National Park’s highest glaciated peaks, summiting peaks as high as Huascaran Sur (6,768m) to collect data.
AAC members living in Canada are now eligible for the 20% off Patagonia discount code.
Congratulations to the winners of the 2013 Banff Mountain Festival’s Book Competition. This includes long-time AAC member Rolando Garibotti and Dörte Pietron for the guidebook, Patagonia Vertical. The AAC is a proud sponsor of the 2013 Banff Mountain Festival Book Competition, celebrating mountaineering literature.
AAC Executive Director Phil Powers will be awarding the Grand Prize for best guidebook on October 31, 2013 at the Banff Mountain Film Festival.
Every year, the British Mountaineering Council holds an International Winter Climbing Meet at the Glenmore Lodge in the heart of the Cairngorms, Scotland. The American Alpine Club is honored to be able to nominate two representatives to this gathering.
This year we received 9 applications, all from outstanding climbers and AAC members.
We are pleased to announce our two delegates: Patrick Cooke of Newton MA, and Bill McConachie of Livermore, CA. Both are very experienced climbers and active AAC members.
Thanks to everyone who applied, we wish we could have chosen all of you. Good luck to Bill and Patrick!
Walk into any gym or visit any crag and you’ll notice the number of kids climbing has significantly increased. AAC member Steven Weinberg wrote and illustrated a fun children’s book called Everyone Is Climbing.
Read the full interview with Steven on our blog Inclined.
Looking to push your limits? Twenty-five or younger? Fuel your inspiration with a Mountaineering Fellowship Grant. Deadline is November 1st.
Learn more about the Mountaineering Fellowship Grant.
The American Alpine Club (AAC) is proud to announce the recipients of the third annual Cornerstone Crag Conservation Grant. This year, $25,000 will go toward multiple local projects: human waste management systems, road and parking improvements, trail work, signage, camping improvements, and more.
For more information on recipients visit our press room.
As a community we are still dealing with the aftermath of Colorado flooding disaster. Our recognition of the scope of the damage extends from the residential communities and reaches into the climbing community all over the Front Range.