The Banff Mountain Film Festival is the largest, and one of the most prestigious, mountain festivals in the world.
Today we're reaching deep back into the archives of the New Zealand Alpine Journal to 1939, for a report on what in this day and age might be described as an attempt at 'sport-alpinism'.
Walking tracks across a crevassed glacier
English climber and writer David Craig once made the observation that mountains ‘ … act...
The Landsborough River and surround ranges.

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

Book shelves in the NZAC library

Some members may not be aware that New Zealand Alpine Club holds an extensive library...

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The Ōhau–Landsborough region takes in the mountainous country stretching from the southern boundary of Aoraki/...

The Direct route on Pope's Nose

In The Climber issue #72 (winter, 2010) a feature ran with six of the last...

In The Climber issue #72 (winter, 2010) a feature ran with six of the last...

24-3-2021 Last week the long-awaited installation of the new Beetham Hut began. The hut was...
With his ascent of Unicorn (2557m) on February 21st, Don French has ticked off the...

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