May
21
7:00 PM19:00

Brooklyn Chapter Kickoff

This is the inaugural meeting of the Brooklyn Chapter of the American Alpine Club held at GP-81. Co-Chairs and Founders David Sewell and Timur Tusiray will lay out the vision they have for the chapter, open up the discussion to attendees to find out how they think this chapter can best serve the climbing community of Brooklyn, and discuss volunteer chapter positions available for those who are interested in taking a more active role!

GP-81 has generously offered attendees a discounted day pass to climb at their excellent bouldering gym, as well as waiving the prorated membership fee for May for those who wish to join the gym.

Facebook Event: https://m.facebook.com/events/428868101248553

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Sierra Nevada Section: Summer Retreat at Lost Trail Lodge
Jul
19
to Jul 21

Sierra Nevada Section: Summer Retreat at Lost Trail Lodge

Building on the popularity of our annual winter Lost Trail Lodge Ice Retreat, we are excited to return to the Lost Trail Lodge for a SUMMER WEEKEND! Spend two nights at this beautiful and cozy lodge in Coldstream Canyon outside of Truckee, CA. All meals will be provided from Friday dinner to Sunday breakfast. Join us for climbing, cycling, hiking or just hanging out at this amazing off-the-grid lodge. *Please note that there will be no guided activities.

Pre-registration is required and space is very limited. Register at the link below. We would love to have you join us!

https://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/4221197

Facebook event: https://www.facebook.com/events/549175198944639/

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Austin Chapter: Adventure Film Festival Austin
May
16
6:30 PM18:30

Austin Chapter: Adventure Film Festival Austin

The Adventure Film Festival World Tour celebrates its first year in Austin, Texas! Don't miss the lineup of hand-picked groundbreaking, independent adventure films. Here’s where you can experience the spirit of adventure in your own backyard. All proceeds support the Texas Climbers Coalition and the American Alpine Club - Austin Chapter.

https://www.facebook.com/events/829954690687694/

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May
10
6:00 PM18:00

Chattanooga Chapter: Brews Over Broad

Brews Over Broad is back and better than ever! We have FIVE legendary breweries bringing you the finest beverages to enjoy out on the deck. This year's line-up:

OddStory Brewing Company
Hutton & Smith Brewing Co.
Chattanooga Brewing Company
Good People Brewing Company
Big River Brewing Co.

This event is a great time had by all, but it's also a chance to show up and raise money for our friends at the Southeastern Climbers Coalition and Access Fund. This year we are also honored to be including the new Chattanooga chapter of the The American Alpine Club. Come out and support the amazing organizations that are helping to steward our cherished climbing areas! We'll be selling raffle tickets all night for prizes brought to you by Rock/Creek, REI and The North Face!

We're switching up the music a bit this year as well. We'll be keeping it classy with a LIVE JAZZ BAND for the first half of the evening. The second half of the evening will be DJ'd by none other than our own Wesley Walker.

COST:
Members : FREE
Non-Members : Free with day pass purchase

https://www.facebook.com/events/2549669058399876/

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New York Section: Annual Gunks Work & Play Weekend
Apr
27
9:00 AM09:00

New York Section: Annual Gunks Work & Play Weekend

Begin your spring climbing season in style this April!

Join the NY Section and local Chapters as we kick off the camping season with our Gunks Campground work-and-play weekend. In exchange for free camping, lunch, Saturday night dinner and two additional free nights camping over the summer, we ask participants to donate one day of the weekend to help get the campground ready for the season. See link below for info and registration. Public and private transportation options available.

Contact [email protected] for registration form.

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Washington DC: Don Hubbard Seneca First Ascentionist Celebration
Apr
20
10:00 PM22:00

Washington DC: Don Hubbard Seneca First Ascentionist Celebration

  • Yokum's Princess Snowbird Campground (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

The American Alpine Club Seneca Rocks Chapter and PATC-MS presents The First Annual First Ascents Speaker Series (and Party) featuring John Christian on April 20th 2019!

To celebrate the 80th anniversary of the first known ascent of Seneca Rocks, John Christian, the man who pioneered many of Seneca’s most classic climbs will be giving a slide show, talk and Q&A about climbing at Seneca from the ’50’s on.

The event will start at 6pm on Saturday night and will be held at the pavilion in Yokum’s Princess Snowbird campground. They will supply the hamburgers, veggie burgers, and fixings, you bring a dish to share, side or dessert. There will be a limited edition T shirt for sale as well. Donations accepted, all profits from T-shirt and donations go to the Seneca Rocks Volunteer Fire Department.

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West Michigan: No Mans Land Films
Mar
27
7:00 PM19:00

West Michigan: No Mans Land Films

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West Michigan Chapter of the AAC, Bill & Pauls, and North Face are partnering to bring films from No Man's Land Film Festival to Grand Rapids! In celebration of March and International Women's month, we are presenting a night of films to inspire and empower women everywhere. Doors open at 5:00 and showtime begins at 7:00 p.m. General admission is $12 at the door, but $10 online.

No Man's Land is sharing its mission of un-defining feminine and what it means to be a woman. While the name may sound exclusive, No Man’s Land encourages all genders to attend. Beyond the No Man's Land's mission, the films are a strong curation and representation of true outdoor adventure film - and they just happen to only feature women. .

Facebook Event: https://www.facebook.com/events/284147135574625/

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Hueco Rock Rodeo
Feb
15
to Feb 17

Hueco Rock Rodeo

The American Alpine Club is proud to host the annual tradition of the Hueco Rock Rodeo. This is the premier outdoor bouldering competition and event in America! Drawing a huge crowd of American and international competitors dueling it out at the most iconic bouldering location in the states. 

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Tahoe Ice Retreat
Jan
25
to Jan 27

Tahoe Ice Retreat

Where: Coldstream Canyon – at Lost Trail Lodge (8600 Coldstream Trail, Truckee CA 96161) http://www.losttraillodge.com/

Ice climbing retreat – with meals provided and cooked for you, drinks and lodging at the ski/snowshoe-in-and-off-the-grid, Lost Trail Lodge.

Ski/Snowshoe in on Friday, January 25th …. Ice climb, ski and/or snowshoe on Saturday & Sunday then ski/snowshoe out on Sunday, January 27th.

• Two nights lodging at the warm, comfortable Lost Trail Lodge 
• all food and drinks from Friday night to Sunday lunch. 
• Meals will be provided, prepared, served, and cleaned up by local AAC leadership. 
• Ice climbing top ropes, as well as trail wands will be set-up prior to the weekend.
• THIS YEAR!! - SWAG, contests, and prizes! 

Not-included: This event does NOT include guided ice climbing, skiing or snowshoeing or travel and no instruction is being provided. The event does not provide personal gear, nor mechanized transport to and from the lodge.

Accommodation Details: The Lost Trail Lodge has 5 multi-person bedrooms, a large kitchen and eating area, and a large great room. There are various bed space / options noted in the Cost Details below.

Cost Details:
Queen Bed: $450 (can be shared) 
Single Bed: $300 
Floor Space: $150 
SIGN UP HERE: https://aactahoeiceretreat.brownpapertickets.com

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San Diego: The Adventure Film Festival
Jan
24
7:00 PM19:00

San Diego: The Adventure Film Festival

  • San Diego Natural History Museum (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

The San Diego Chapter of the American Alpine Club is proud to bring you the 2018 – 2019 lineup of hand-picked groundbreaking, independent, adventure films! There will be films covering adventures from climbing to paddling, surfing to mountain biking, and more! No matter what your passion may be, we hope to inspire your own outdoor adventures.

Ticket Link: https://adventurefilm.org/sandiego/

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"As Above, So Below" -  Book Tour Supporting the Grief Fund: New Paltz, NY
Dec
1
8:00 PM20:00

"As Above, So Below" - Book Tour Supporting the Grief Fund: New Paltz, NY

Chris Kalman (@climbwritekalman), author, climber, & AAJ editor is heading out on book tour this November with his new book, As Above, So Below. The book is a fictional account of a climbing accident in Patagonia, and the painful aftermath that follows.

The book was a finalist for the Mountain Fiction award at this year’s Banff Mountain Film and Book Festival, and features beautiful original illustrations from Craig Muderlak (@craigmuderlak). The event is free to attend. 25% of book sales, and 100% of raffle proceeds will be donated to the AAC’s Climbing Grief Fund. More info can be found at: chriskalman.com This tour is being made possible by Chris Kalman, AAC, Outdoor Research, Princeton Tec, Maxim Climbing Ropes, & CLIF Bar.

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CASCADES: REEL ROCK AT VERTICAL WORLD
Dec
1
6:30 PM18:30

CASCADES: REEL ROCK AT VERTICAL WORLD

Join the Cascade Section for the 7th annual REEL ROCK AAC Fundraiser at Vertical World Seattle!

For the 7th year in a row, Vertical World Climbing Gyms will be shutting down their Seattle location to bring in the big screens (2!) for one of the biggest climbing community events in the Cascades! There will be vendors present and sponsorship from one of Seattle’s best breweries. A ticket will get you the show, refreshments, and access to a monster gear raffle!

Ticket link to follow. Stay tuned!

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"As Above, So Below" -  Book Tour Supporting the Grief Fund: Brooklyn, NY
Nov
30
7:30 PM19:30

"As Above, So Below" - Book Tour Supporting the Grief Fund: Brooklyn, NY

Chris Kalman (@climbwritekalman), author, climber, & AAJ editor is heading out on book tour this November with his new book, As Above, So Below. The book is a fictional account of a climbing accident in Patagonia, and the painful aftermath that follows.

The book was a finalist for the Mountain Fiction award at this year’s Banff Mountain Film and Book Festival, and features beautiful original illustrations from Craig Muderlak (@craigmuderlak). The event is free to attend. 25% of book sales, and 100% of raffle proceeds will be donated to the AAC’s Climbing Grief Fund. More info can be found at: chriskalman.com This tour is being made possible by Chris Kalman, AAC, Outdoor Research, Princeton Tec, Maxim Climbing Ropes, & CLIF Bar.

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"As Above, So Below" -  Book Tour Supporting the Grief Fund: Scarborough, ME
Nov
28
6:30 PM18:30

"As Above, So Below" - Book Tour Supporting the Grief Fund: Scarborough, ME

Chris Kalman (@climbwritekalman), author, climber, & AAJ editor is heading out on book tour this November with his new book, As Above, So Below. The book is a fictional account of a climbing accident in Patagonia, and the painful aftermath that follows.

The book was a finalist for the Mountain Fiction award at this year’s Banff Mountain Film and Book Festival, and features beautiful original illustrations from Craig Muderlak (@craigmuderlak). The event is free to attend. 25% of book sales, and 100% of raffle proceeds will be donated to the AAC’s Climbing Grief Fund. More info can be found at: chriskalman.com This tour is being made possible by Chris Kalman, AAC, Outdoor Research, Princeton Tec, Maxim Climbing Ropes, & CLIF Bar.

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"As Above, So Below" -  Book Tour Supporting the Grief Fund: North Conway
Nov
27
6:00 PM18:00

"As Above, So Below" - Book Tour Supporting the Grief Fund: North Conway

  • International Mountain Equipment (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Chris Kalman (@climbwritekalman), author, climber, & AAJ editor is heading out on book tour this November with his new book, As Above, So Below. The book is a fictional account of a climbing accident in Patagonia, and the painful aftermath that follows.

The book was a finalist for the Mountain Fiction award at this year’s Banff Mountain Film and Book Festival, and features beautiful original illustrations from Craig Muderlak (@craigmuderlak). The event is free to attend. 25% of book sales, and 100% of raffle proceeds will be donated to the AAC’s Climbing Grief Fund. More info can be found at: chriskalman.com This tour is being made possible by Chris Kalman, AAC, Outdoor Research, Princeton Tec, Maxim Climbing Ropes, & CLIF Bar.

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"As Above, So Below" -  Book Tour Supporting the Grief Fund: Boston
Nov
26
6:30 PM18:30

"As Above, So Below" - Book Tour Supporting the Grief Fund: Boston

Chris Kalman (@climbwritekalman), author, climber, & AAJ editor is heading out on book tour this November with his new book, As Above, So Below. The book is a fictional account of a climbing accident in Patagonia, and the painful aftermath that follows.

The book was a finalist for the Mountain Fiction award at this year’s Banff Mountain Film and Book Festival, and features beautiful original illustrations from Craig Muderlak (@craigmuderlak). The event is free to attend. 25% of book sales, and 100% of raffle proceeds will be donated to the AAC’s Climbing Grief Fund. More info can be found at: chriskalman.com This tour is being made possible by Chris Kalman, AAC, Outdoor Research, Princeton Tec, Maxim Climbing Ropes, & CLIF Bar.

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"As Above, So Below" -  Book Tour Supporting the Grief Fund: Voorhees, NJ
Nov
25
6:00 PM18:00

"As Above, So Below" - Book Tour Supporting the Grief Fund: Voorhees, NJ

Chris Kalman (@climbwritekalman), author, climber, & AAJ editor is heading out on book tour this November with his new book, As Above, So Below. The book is a fictional account of a climbing accident in Patagonia, and the painful aftermath that follows.

The book was a finalist for the Mountain Fiction award at this year’s Banff Mountain Film and Book Festival, and features beautiful original illustrations from Craig Muderlak (@craigmuderlak). The event is free to attend. 25% of book sales, and 100% of raffle proceeds will be donated to the AAC’s Climbing Grief Fund. More info can be found at: chriskalman.com This tour is being made possible by Chris Kalman, AAC, Outdoor Research, Princeton Tec, Maxim Climbing Ropes, & CLIF Bar.

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"As Above, So Below" -  Book Tour Supporting the Grief Fund: Baltimore
Nov
23
7:00 PM19:00

"As Above, So Below" - Book Tour Supporting the Grief Fund: Baltimore

Chris Kalman (@climbwritekalman), author, climber, & AAJ editor is heading out on book tour this November with his new book, As Above, So Below. The book is a fictional account of a climbing accident in Patagonia, and the painful aftermath that follows.

The book was a finalist for the Mountain Fiction award at this year’s Banff Mountain Film and Book Festival, and features beautiful original illustrations from Craig Muderlak (@craigmuderlak). The event is free to attend. 25% of book sales, and 100% of raffle proceeds will be donated to the AAC’s Climbing Grief Fund. More info can be found at: chriskalman.com This tour is being made possible by Chris Kalman, AAC, Outdoor Research, Princeton Tec, Maxim Climbing Ropes, & CLIF Bar.

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Northeast: NY Release Party- Yankee Rock & Ice 2nd Edition
Nov
14
9:00 AM09:00

Northeast: NY Release Party- Yankee Rock & Ice 2nd Edition

First published in 1993 by Guy and Laura Waterman and hailed as a classic,Yankee Rock & Ice is now reissued in a new edition with four new chapters covering the 1990s through today. Join authors Laura Waterman and Michael Wejchert as they host a discussion and present climbs from the new book.

Yankee Rock & Ice is a comprehensive and entertaining history of roped rock and ice climbing in the Northeast, traces the growth of these popular sports in New England and New York, and covers the trailblazers of the 18th century through today’s events and personalities. Well-known mountaineers and preservationists, Guy and Laura Waterman have explored every corner of the mountains of New England and New York and done solid historical research on first ascents of classic routes and the climbers who have made them legendary. Climber Michael Wejchert joins Laura for the work on the second edition.

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Northeast: Connecticut//It Ain't Over Till It's Over
Nov
11
9:00 AM09:00

Northeast: Connecticut//It Ain't Over Till It's Over

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The American Alpine Club is hosting its 11th Annual It Ain't Over 'Til It's Over...
...and it's still happening down
south in Connecticut.

Come on down for an informal day of cragging with the locals!

When: Sunday, November 11, 2018
Where to meet: Morning rendezvous at 9:00-9:30 A.M.
Starbucks Coffee (Big 'Y' Plaza, Plainville, CT)
275 New Britain Ave
Plainville, CT  06062
860-747-4977
Map and driving directions available at: www.starbucks.com

We'll decide where to climb and carpool to the crags.
 
Post Climb Refreshment at 6:00 PM:

Please join us!  Call Chad for location: 860.490.4023 cell 
No need to R.S.V.P. - it's just an informal show-up and have fun day.  Hope you can make it.
 
Host/Contact:
Chad Hussey  [email protected]

860.490.4023 cell

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Bishop Craggin' Classic
Nov
2
to Nov 4

Bishop Craggin' Classic

This November 2nd - 4th, the American Alpine Club and CAMP Technical Adventure Equipment invite you to the one and only, the world's most world-class climbing mecca, Bishop, California for the 11th annual Eastside-climbing-celebration-mega-throw-down, the Bishop Fall Highball Craggin' Classic!

About the Highball:
This 3-day climbing festival is a true celebration of climbing in the Eastern Sierra. Started just over a decade ago by local climbers looking to clean up the Buttermilks and afterwards drink some beers with friends, the Highball has always been a grassroots event by climbers, for local climbers. The event has grown to feature films, climbing clinics, slideshows, music, games, gear, and good times--all in a massive celebration right in the heart of downtown Bishop. And of course, we have incredible participation in our local stewardship projects, which take place both in the Volcanic Tablelands as well as the Buttermilks.

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Moab Craggin' Classic
Oct
26
to Oct 28

Moab Craggin' Classic

The American Alpine Club and CAMP Technical Adventure Equipment are proud to announce the revamped Moab Craggin' Classic is back and better than ever!

Please come enjoy the clear desert air with us here in Moab, UT for a weekend of amazing climbing clinics, festivities, films, presentations, gear giveaways, and stewardship projects. We have some great presenters this year. Additionally, we have an amazing array of clinics to offer, taught by some of the best and brightest in the industry, along with a few special guests!

This 3-day climbing festival, organized in conjunction with local sponsors and guide services, will be a celebration of the heart of canyon country, highlighting the unique and special nature of our region and our community.

This is the desert at its best, and we know you’ll be here already, so please join us for the return of our American Alpine Club Moab Craggin’ Classic!

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Oklahoma Chapter: 2018 Fall Gathering
Oct
24
9:30 AM09:30

Oklahoma Chapter: 2018 Fall Gathering

  • Baldy Peak - Quartz Mountain Nature Park (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Come join the climbing & camaraderie at Baldy Point (Quartz Mtn.)
$3 per person per night covers camping fees and showers (showers are available at the Nature Park camping area a short drive away).

If you have not been to Quartz before, the parking is at the foot of the climbing area, which means short approaches to climbs and quality tailgating between. The water pump has had some issues since the drought so bring water just in case.


Open campfires are not permitted. If you plan to cook out, bring a stove.

Help us protect this pristine area and the privilege to gather here by minimizing your impact. Please disperse your tent sites, make use of the restroom facilities, and carry-out all trash. By doing so, you will insure that Baldy's natural resources are protected and that the Park continues to grant the climbing community a special use permit for future events.

Also, please note Quartz Mountain Nature Park's rules and regulations for the event:

1) No liquor or drugs. Beer is permitted.
2) No firearms.
3) No mountain bikes.
4) No campfires.
5) No tree cutting or trimming.
6) Pets must be on a leash at all times.
7) Barbecue grills are permitted in the parking lot.
8) Bivying and tent camping are permitted 100' east of the parking lot.
9) Sleeping in your vehicle is permitted.
10) Carry-out and dispose of all trash and waste.


... For more information please visit
http://www.wichitamountains.org/
http://www.facebook.com/pages/Wichita-Mountains-Climbers-Coalition-WMCC/117250814982924?ref=ts&fref=ts
https://www.summitpost.org/baldy-point-quartz-mtn/151409

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Shelf Road Craggin' Classic
Oct
19
to Oct 21

Shelf Road Craggin' Classic

Bringing you the finest dirtbagging-grassroots-climber-gathering in Southern Colorado!

This October 19th-21st, head on down to the best limestone sport cragging Colorado has to offer, and with the American Alpine Club and CAMP Technical Adventure Equipment, be treated to a weekend of clinics, contests, beer, parties, slideshows, films, giveaways, stewardship and fun.

For 2018 we have an incredible weekend in store: up your game with stellar clinics taught by professional climbers and local mountain guides, presented in part by Pikes Peak Alpine School; local food and beer will abound; and a crag stewardship project on Sunday morning will give you a quick opportunity to roll up your sleeves and give back to help keep our climbing areas clean and well maintained. New this year is a Horseshoe Hell-style competition at the cliffs on Saturday sponsored by City Rock Climbing Center, live music, DJ and dance floor, and local food trucks. Spend time with friends, drink lots of free beer, win top end gear at our raffles and silent auctions, do some fabulous bolt clipping in the sun, and give some love to your crag, that’s the Shelf Road Craggin’ Classic in a nutshell.

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Northeast: NYC Foliage Gunks Camping Weekend
Oct
13
to Oct 14

Northeast: NYC Foliage Gunks Camping Weekend

Join the Metro NY Section for what is by far one of the most beautiful times of year for climbing in the Gunks. The campground usually closes in November, so come celebrate the end of the season. Climb, hike, bike and/or partake in any of the numerous activities in and around the Preserve. On Saturday evening we will show Dirt Bag The Legend Of Fred Beckey. This documentary celebrates the life and legacy of the original “dirtbag” mountaineer, who died last year at 94. Come meet new friends, climbing partners and check out this awesome film.

This is an informal event and each member/party is responsible for reserving a site, providing their own food, camping & climbing gear. We will organize a pre-film communal dinner Saturday night for those who are interested. Public transportation to New Paltz is available and we will assist with setting up ride-shares where possible. Click this link for info and registration.

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NW Montana: Butte Bouldering Bash
Oct
13
8:00 AM08:00

NW Montana: Butte Bouldering Bash

You're invited to the 9th Annual Butte Bouldering Bash - benefiting the Southwest Montana Climbers Coalition!
Mark your calendars for Saturday, October 13th: Comp, Raffle, and good times. More details to come as they develop. Follow and register for the event on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Bouldering-the-Backwaters-Montanaboulderingcom-145426035492715/

 

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Devil's Lake Craggin' Classic
Oct
12
to Oct 14

Devil's Lake Craggin' Classic

  • Devil's Lake State Park (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Join the American Alpine Club and CAMP Technical Adventure Equipment in Baraboo, WI this October 12th to 14th for the fourth annual Midwest climbing extravaganza, the Devil's Lake Craggin’ Classic!

This 3-day, grassroots climbing festival is a true celebration of all things climbing, featuring speakers, clinics, local and national gear reps, slideshows, and stewardship projects that define our sport and our community.

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Rumney Craggin' Classic
Oct
5
to Oct 7

Rumney Craggin' Classic

Join the American Alpine Club and CAMP Technical Adventure Equipment this October 5th to 7th for the first ever climbing extravaganza and festival, known as the Rumney Craggin’ Classic!

This 3-day, grassroots climbing festival is a true celebration of all things climbing, featuring speakers, clinics, local and national gear reps, slideshows, and stewardship projects that define our sport and our community.

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Montana: Lost Minds Lost Horse Boulder Rally
Sep
29
8:00 AM08:00

Montana: Lost Minds Lost Horse Boulder Rally

Come celebrate climbing access on public lands in western Montana at the Lost Minds (at) Lost Horse bouldering rally in Lost Horse Canyon near scenic Hamilton, MT!

This community event will include some of the Bitterroot’s finest granite blocks, a trash clean-up, BBQ dinner, raffle, and LOTS OF PRIZES. Evening entertainment brought to you by local string slayers, West Fork

We are proud to partner with the American Alpine Club and The Access Fund for this event!

CLICK 'FIND TICKETS' ABOVE TO PRE-REGISTER
$28/pre-registration (t-shirt included), $35/day of registration
Beginner Men + Women (V0 - V2)
Intermediate Men + Women (V3 - V5)
Open Men + Women (V5+)
Open Youth (16 and under)

Check-in starts at 8 am. Climbing begins at 9:30 am until 6:00 pm (ish). Prize ceremony, raffle, and BBQ to follow!

Event page: https://www.facebook.com/events/678094605870160/

For more area info and for the Lost Horse Bouldering Guide visit: www.bitterrootbeta.org

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Northeast: NYC Film Premiere of Free Solo
Sep
28
to Sep 30

Northeast: NYC Film Premiere of Free Solo

From award-winning documentary filmmaker E. Chai Vasarhelyi and world-renowned photographer and mountaineer Jimmy Chin, the directors of “MERU,” comes FREE SOLO, a stunning, intimate and unflinching portrait of free soloist climber Alex Honnold, as he prepares to achieve his lifelong dream: climbing the face of 3,200-foot El Capitan in Yosemite National Park without a rope. There will be a Q&A with the filmmakers opening weekend.

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