The Climber: Past Issues

The first New Zealand Climber magazine appeared in autumn 1992. It incorporated and replaced the NZAC Bulletin, which had been produced since 15 October 1946. The new quarterly magazine was printed in black and white, with colour on the cover only. Today, renamed The Climber, the magazine is in full colour and 60 pages long.

Information on the NZAC Bulletin can be found here.

Back issues

Back-issues of The Climber are available for sale. Money raised goes towards improving the Club’s reference library.

Current and back-issues can be purchased from our online store. Cost is NZ$3 (members), or NZ$4 (non-members) per copy, plus p&p. The most recent three issues are NZ$5 (members), or NZ$9.95 (non-members). Please note that not all issues are still available. 

These numbers were out of stock as at Oct 2012: 1, 2, 8, 9, 13, 14, 16, 19, 41, 50, 79, 80

Notes on special issues:
Issue 43 - Everest 50th Anniversary Issue
Issue 63 - Sir Edmund Hillary Tribute Edition
Issues 50, 70 and 80 - Creative Writing Competition issues

An archive of more recent editions is available on the Climber.co.nz website along with the latest in The Climber news.

Past Editors

Kester Brown no 67 (Autumn 2009) – current
Mark Watson no 41 (summer 2002 – no 67 (autumn 2009)
Andy Milne no 37 (spring 2001) – no 40 (winter 2002)
Mark Watson no 28 (winter 1999) no 36 (winter 2001)
Polly Stupples no 22 (summer 1997–98) – no 27 (autumn 1999)
Richard Thomson no 14 (winter 1995 – no 21 (spring 1997)
Naomi O'Connor no 3 (spring 1993) – no 13 (Autumn 1995)
Murray Cave no 1 (autumn 1992) – no 2 (winter 1992)