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    Coming in Spring/Summer 2014

    All new guide to Wanaka rock climbing

    The new guide to rock climbing in Wanaka is currently being prepared. The new edition will be fully revised and updated to include the most recent developments and access information. In full colour, with photo topos and stunning action shots, this will be the guidebook that does justice to the fantastic climbing on offer in the region. All profits from the guide will continue to be reinvested by the Wanaka Rock Climbing Club in maintaining and developing local crags.

  • $25.00

    An instruction manual aimed at covering all the basics of mountaineering with excellent illustrations and useful information.

     

    Published: 3rd edition 2010

    Authors: Guy Cotter and Mark Seddon

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    The New Zealand Alpine Club has an access fund available to promote access and help resolve access issues at climbing areas in New Zealand

    Our aims are to maintain good relationships with landowners, support reopening of climbing areas where access is compromised & educate climbers about access requirements

    Donations towards this fund are carefully allocated upon a case by case application basis, by the Club’s Access Committee.

    More information on the fund and application process can be viewed here.

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  • $35.00

    Alpine Guides Technical Manual is a distillation of state of the art mountaineering practice. Topics are presented in a stripped-down manner, to emphasise key techniques often difficult to grasp and learn quickly. It is an excellent learning resource, and a handy reference for experienced alpinists

  • $35.00

    Along with its matching larger cousin, the Arapiles Pocket Companion is the perfect addition for a climbing trip to Mt Arapiles. This easy to carry guide contains all the multi-pitch routes as well as many of the popular shorter routes from the larger guidebook. It has over 750 routes and 50 topos. In colour, softcover with plastic sleever, 96 pages. 

    Contents page view PDF below.

    Published: 2013 1st edition
    Authors: Simon Mentz and Glenn Tempest 

  • $60.00

    Mt Arapiles is Australia's rockclimbing Mecca; its perfect rock, warm weather and idyllic setting provide a canvas to what is certainly one of the best cliffs in the world.

    Published: 2nd edition 2008
    Authors: Simon Mentz and Glenn Tempest

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    A Bibliography of New Zealand Mountain Climbing

    Published: 1st edition 2006 (2008 reprint), NZAC
    Author: Graham Langton

     

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    A Bibliography of New Zealand Mountain Climbing

    Published: 1st edition 2006 (2008 reprint), NZAC
    Author: Graham Langton

    Armchair Mountaineering (PDF, 2MB)

    The New Zealand Alpine Club is working to provide a large range of free PDF downloads.

    While this download is free, we ask that a donation be considered. This would go towards helping us to fund the work required, ensuring this information base continues to grow.

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  • $34.99

    The Mountain ranges of Arthur's Pass National Park are the most accessible in New Zealand, being located aside the main road/rail corridor traversing the Southern Alps between Christchurch and the West Coast. Terrain within the park varies considerably from low scree hills to heavily glaciated peaks and steep face routes.

    Published: 7th edition 2012 
    Author: Graeme Kates

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    This comprehensive guide covers the ranges between the Haast Pass and Mount Cook. The valleys covered include the Hopkins and Huxley, the Landsborough, and other West Coast valleys north of Haast Pass. 

    Published: 2nd edition 2002
    Author: Ross Cullen