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An update on the Homer Saddle/Mt Moir rock scaling team:

Small scale rock blasting is planned for Friday morning 19th March 2021 above the Homer Tunnel as part...

La Sportiva has finally done away with the reliable old workhorse Trango Evo S—that three...

By James Broadbent

The Vertical World is an incredibly diverse one. It’s outdoors and indoors...

Climber bout clouded valley
Climber on loose rubble

I don’t get out enough. I imagine that’s not an uncommon state  of affairs, but...

Sean Villanueva O'Driscoll has made the first repeat of the Fitzroy Traverse in Patagonia, Argentina...

Wild Country were one of the pioneers of clean climbing protection and continue to make...

As 2020 drew to a close and we all reflected on what a strange and...
A group of three separate Nepalese climbing teams have made the first winter ascent of...

Packing for the alpine environment often becomes a habit, the same bits of kit are...

Media Release
Monday 28 September, 2020

 

The New Zealand Alpine Club sadly confirms that