Climbing photographer, Andrew Burr, discusses how he got into photography, why he loves the International Climbers’ Meet, and dishes out advice on becoming a photographer.
Head over to our blog Inclined for the full story.
We’re working hard to make the AAC what climbers of all types and abilities want from the largest national climbing organization.
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The AAC has partnered up with 5Point Films to bring their programming “On the Road” into the Northwest Region. This is the first time this festival has ever left the state of Colorado and we’re excited to work with the 5Point folks in bringing it to the Northwest Region.
Can’t wait to see the new AAJ? The digital version of the 2013 AAJ is live. Enjoy the 2013 AAJ on you computer, smartphone, or tablet. The print book will be available shortly—keep an eye on your mailbox!
AAC Members, download the 2013 AAJ:http://bit.ly/166OHoQ
Not an AAC member? Purchase the 2013 AAJ at the AAC Store: http://bit.ly/19GPAx1
Every year, the American Alpine Club hosts Regional Craggin’ Classic climbing festivals in iconic climbing destinations across the country. Each event features presentations from climbers, camping, food, music, camaraderie, and of course climbing!
Find a Craggin’ Classic in your area and join the fun.
Last week Mountainsmith sold 275 backpacks at the Outdoor Retailer show, raising $5,000 for The American Alpine Club! A big thank you to our friends at Mountainsmith for their continued support of the Club.
Read the full story on Mountainsmith’s blog.
For the first time, this year the AAJ is printed in full color and puts more focus on rock climbs, especially in the Lower 48. Read features by Alex Honnold, Adam Ondra, Freddie Wilkinson, and dozens more. In Accidents we’ve added reports from Canada, an educational section on lowering, and more photos than ever before.
Also, join us Thursday, August 1st at the Mountainsmith Booth#20015 for free beer, raffles, and $20 pack sales that benefit the AAC.