Historical issues of the New Zealand Alpine Journal, dating back to 1892, have been digitised for reference use. To browse past issues or search for
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Two Honorary memberships and five Life Memberships have been awarded in 2022.

Honorary Memberships

The following article from the UIAA is a slight adaption from a speech given by...
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The Mount Everest Foundation (MEF) is a grant-giving body supporting exploratory scientific and mountaineering expeditions...
The bibs are made with TNF's new(ish) proprietary waterproof/breathable membrane—Futurelight. This new wunder-fabric is supposed...
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The panel tackle the tricky topic of highlighting first female ascents, and discussing female first...

As far as we can be sure, Will Kennedy (1865-1950), an early Canterbury Mountaineering Club

Cedric Lachat is back with his unique sense of humour and unbridled enthusiasm showcasing the...

Big mountain skiers, and close friends, Jérémie Heitz and Sam Anthamatten, find beauty and display...

The 100 Peaks Challenge, 1991 was the centennial year for the NZ Alpine Club. As...