Club News

Club News

Alpine ClubCast 20 - 15th December at 19:30


Sir Chris Bonington, John Porter and Andy Cave

AC Librarian Nigel Buckley talks to Sir Chris about the first ascent in 1974, then John Porter takes us up the South Face in 1978, and finally Andy Cave tackles developments on the North Face in 1997

As usual the talks will finish with a Q&A, for which we are also joined by Mick Fowler.

Alpine ClubCast 19 - 17th November at 19:30


Cathy O’Dowd, Andy Perkins and Phil Wickens

For those who think it’s more fun to descend your mountain on skis we have an evening of ski mountaineering in remote locations.

Cathy O’Dowd kicks off the evening with peaks in the Canadian Yukon. Then Andy Perkins showcases first ski descents in a little known fjord on the West Coast of Greenland.  Finally, Phil Wickens shows us how to get to Antarctica and what to do there.

As usual the evening will conclude with a Q&A

Alpine ClubCast 18 - 27th October at 19:30

Finest Climbs: Three connoisseurs reflect on what makes a great route

Charles Sherwood, Ian Parnell and Calvin Torrans

Charles Sherwood talks about his new book on finding the finest climb on each continent, then Ian Parnell talks about the UK’s Hard Rock routes as detailed in the newly released book of that name, and Calvin Torrans takes us to Ireland to give us an overview of some of the best climbing on the Emerald Isle.

We will finish with a Q&A

Alpine Club Greeting Cards

Alpine Club Greeting Cards

Hilda Marion Hechle (1886-1939), Fee Glacier and Allalinhorn, watercolour (38 x 53 cm) © The Alpine Club Collection [HE015P]

 

Charles Pilkington (1850–1918), Cuillins from Balmacara (1889), watercolour (11 x 18 cm) © The Alpine Club Collection [GM007P]

The Alpine Club blank greeting cards are available in a pack of ten, consisting of two distinctive designs (five cards of each design). The images are stunning and, as a pair, offer a greetings pack with a lot of image contrast suitable for all occasions. The Hechle image is very stark, graphic with strong contrast, whilst the Pilkington is soft, monochromatic and elegant. Each pack costs £7.00, P&P of £2 for 1 or 2 packs and £3 for 3 (or each multiple of 3). Overseas postage – please contact the Office Manager via e-mail This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

To purchase cards: Please contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  or to 020 7613 0755

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