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.
Big news! Ground has broken in the Gunks! The American Alpine Club and Mohonk Preserve are proud to announce that construction is underway at the Samuel F. Pryor III Shawangunk Gateway Campground. The long-anticipated and much-needed campground will be a major addition to the Shawangunk Mountains region’s lodging facilities.
For more information visit the press release.
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Building on a century-long tradition of creating, collecting, preserving, sharing, and promoting mountain literature, the AAC is a proud sponsor of the 2013 Banff Mountain Book Competition. AAC Executive Director Phil Powers will be awarding the Grand Prize for best guidebook on October 31, 2013 at the Banff Mountain Film Festival. Find us there and at Radical Reels U.S. tour locations.
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