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- GORE-TEX & AAC Event Oct. 2 @the Silver Spring Civic Center in DC
- Seneca Rocks, WV Climbing WeekendOct. 11-14
- DC Section Events coming up!
The Washington DC Section has roughly 300 members in DC, Maryland and Virginia. We hold section meetings 3-4 times a year at the Cleveland Public Library, 3310 Connecticut Ave. N.W., Washington DC. Local rock climbing events are held at Great Falls and Carderock, National Parks just outside the DC metro area, and other areas such as the New River Gorge and Seneca Rocks in WV. Members’ interests also include ice climbing, alpine climbing, ski-touring and local gym climbing.
Contact & Volunteer
Email your Washington DC Section Chair Dave Giacomin at firstname.lastname@example.org
Email Southeast Regional Manager at email@example.com.
Email the Club's main offices in Golden at firstname.lastname@example.org
Give the Club a call at (303) 384-0110
Volunteer in the Section—Holding an Event & Speakers
Although most events have been held in and around Washington DC, there is no reason that we can’t hold activities in other areas where there are DC members. The Club is encouraging this, in part through the role of the regional managers that have been hired to help plan events. All that’s required is to contact Dave Giacomin or the regional manger Lisa Hummel with your ideas.
Washington DC Section Chair
Dave Giacomin, Washington DC Section Co-Chair and native of Washington, DC. Dave Giacomin has been a member of American Alpine Club for the past four years. He climbs ice, rock and alpine routes whenever possible. His true passion is in high altitude mountaineering and some of his summits include Mt. Rainier, Illiniza Sur, Illiniza Norte, Cotopaxi, Mt. Whitney, The Grand Teton and 12+ 14,000 ft peaks in Colorado. "I look forward to helping the DC section grow into a powerful resource for local climbers to learn to climb safer and harder routes." He lives with his wife and dog near downtown Silver Spring, MD. Please contact Dave with questions or to help out! Email Dave Giacomin.