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Open to all, this meet will be based out of the club lodge in Arthurs Pass. The meet provides a chance to meet other climbers

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This weekend we’re headed to the Turoa side of Mt Ruapehu for the Turoa climbing meet. You may have objectives such as climbing Girdlestone (2,658m) or Tahurangi (2,797 m). It could also be a chance to get out the rope out if you’ve completed Intermediate Snowcraft.
Man in kayak
Members who volunteer their time to the wider climbing community through volunteer instruction, running events...

September 2021
New Zealand (outside of Auckland) moving to Alert Level 2

New Zealand, outside

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The Otago Section are organising a national summer climbing camp to be based at the...
NZAC's The Climber magazine was published quarterly from 1992–2020 and supplied to members in print...
Guide information to bouldering area

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Walking tracks across a crevassed glacier
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The Landsborough River and surround ranges.

New Zealand Alpine Club have now published our new Ōhau–Landsborough Alps guidebook. This 216-page guidebook...