NZAC's The Climber magazine was published quarterly from 1992–2020 and supplied to members in print form and then digital only for the last few issues
NZAC's The Climber magazine was published quarterly from 1992–2020 and supplied to members in print form and then digital only for the last few issues
Walking tracks across a crevassed glacier
English climber and writer David Craig once made the observation that mountains ‘ … act...
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...

Boulderer falling from high on a seaside boulder
Whatever, whoever, wherever—climbing has only two dimensions: difficulty and danger. Don’t believe the hype when...
Climber bout clouded valley

I don’t get out enough. I imagine that’s not an uncommon state  of affairs, but...

Woman bouldering

Rach ‘the Mus’ Musgrave is arguably one of New Zealand’s most enduring hard climbers. Despite...

A resin rock climbing hold for indoor walls

‘Aerobics for the 90s’ is how rock climbing was described in a magazine article promoting...

Woman climbing steep rock.

Throwback Thursdays will reproduce features which have appeared in past issues of The Climber magazine...