Archive for 2019

  • State of the Mountains Report 2019

    This 2019 State of the Mountains Report begins with a feature essay, by Dr. Lori Daniels, one of Canada’s foremost…

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    Mountaineering Gloves

      I still often see people knocking around in the mountains, cliffs, bush, and boulders with bare hands where they…

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  • ACC Monthly Social – AGM! April 16 – Laval St. Germain

    Laval St. Germain-Everest to Ocean: Tales from Above the Clouds and Beyond the Horizon Laval is a Calgary dad, husband,…

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  • False Pillars — an Ice Climbing Hazard

    A False Pillar is a ‘pillar feature’ that seems to be standing on terra firma but is actually on an…

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  • Tech Tips in 4-Wheeling Part 2

                                                       Pulleys and Knots for Hauling A pulley or two can be very handy for a vehicle extraction if anchors…

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  • Kokanee Ski Camp- March 2019

    Most people, even most mountain recreationists don’t do winter camping. It is a blast and you don’t have to leave…

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  • Participate in Wolverine Watch!

    Wolverines are elusive creatures. That’s why Wolverine Watch – a citizen science initiative – needs your help collecting data to…

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  • ACC Section Forum on FB

    Your ACC Board has agreed to have an ACC Section Forum group created on Facebook! The purpose of this forum…

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  • Knot Testing Project, Gear Wanted

                                 Call for Donations of Knot-Testing Items Al Dunham of Campbell River, a previous Section member and keen climber, is…

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  • Family Day weekend from Peyto Hut

    Back before the snow even hit the autumn ground, Brad Duska was busy organizing a Family Day long weekend at…

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