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By Richard Waldin, President, Climbing New Zealand.

As we head into 2021, it is difficult to put aside the current realities of Covid-19 and

With his ascent of Unicorn (2557m) on February 21st, Don French has ticked off the last peak of the 100 Peaks Challenge, becoming the first

Kia ora koutou e hoa

In December last year I was pleased to announce the

The NZAC's nationally delivered winter instruction courses are now open for registrations. These courses are

Josh Cornah has made the second ascent and first by a New Zealander of Nebuchadnezzar...
Josh Cornah has climbed the first ascent of two fairly long-standing open projects at the...

NZAC has long been the foremost publisher of writing and images by New Zealand climbers

Media Release
Monday 28 September, 2020


The New Zealand Alpine Club sadly confirms that

The NZAC Annual General Meeting will be held at the Christchurch Adventure Park Cafe, 225 Worsleys

Check out this new guidebook to one of the most exciting areas of new development...
Female climbing in competition with crowd watching.
Cirrus Tan discusses the perceived stigma around competition climbing in New Zealand.