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We Reached 15,000 Members · September 29, 2014

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Thanks to all of our members who continue to support the AAC. You’ve helped us reach 15,000 members!

Your membership helps us fight for access, conserve our amazing climbing landscapes, and protect our heritage. It also allows us to build and maintain critical lodging facilities and enable hundreds of climbers to take their dream trips thanks to our grants program. Together we’re stronger!

Survey: Make “Accidents” Better · September 23, 2014

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Help shape the future of Accidents in North American Mountaineering. Take our short survey

Announcing Your New Profile · September 17, 2014

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AAC members, we’ve launched a new Member Profile! Your new Profile is a place to connect with fellow climbers and meet up, whether they’re near or far. You can now:
– Find a couch to sleep on during your next climbing trip
– Discover local discounts
– Find a climbing partner
– Sync up your Mountain Project profile
– Keep track of your membership referrals and earn exclusive gear

Hueco Rock Ranch is Open for Reservations · September 16, 2014

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Join us at the Hueco Rock Ranch this season! Spots are filling up fastbook your stay today.

NOLS and the American Alpine Club Launch Official Partnership · September 16, 2014

The American Alpine Club & the National Outdoor Leadership School (NOLS) are now proud partners. Are you a NOLS alum? Log into your new profile and use the Member Share to connect & climb with other NOLS alums!

Yeti: Free T-shirt When You Join · September 8, 2014

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It’s free t-shirt time! Our fall member drive begins today and features a limited-edition Yeti shirt for free when you join or renew. The drive ends on September 15th, but supplies are limited and when we run out, that’s it. Visit our website for details.

Explore Exhibit: The Yeti · September 2, 2014

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I believe in the yeti. I have seen his tracks, heard his yelping calls, listened to first-hand experiences of local people…Indeed, why should he not exist?

When Lord John Hunt wrote these words in 1954, the Yeti was an oft-circulating topic of discussion among climbers and explorers. Indeed, it was an obsession for many— trips to the Himalaya at the time weren’t only for climbing, but also for scientific research into the nature of the beast.

With the help of the invaluable resources of the AAC Library, we’ve also obsessed over the Yeti and put together an online exhibit that examines the search for the mythical creature. With great excitement, we bring you the fruits of our explorations The Yeti!

Choss Boss Photo Contest · August 4, 2014

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Our Choss Boss photo contest is officially here! Find out how it works and then submit a photo!

Craggin’ Classics Tickets on Sale · August 4, 2014

Join your local climbing community at one of our five Craggin’ Classics this summer!

SLC, UT: Sept 5-7
North Conway, NH: Sept 12-14
New River Gorge, WV: Sept 19-21
Smith Rock, OR: Oct 10-12
Bishop, CA: Nov 7-9

Buy your tickets today!

Campground Manager Positions Available · July 30, 2014

We’re hiring a full-time Hueco Rock Ranch Manger from approximately October 15 through April 15 and a full-time Campground Manager at the Gunks.

 

 

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