If you are not yet a member but would like to take part in any of these events, you must first join the AAC(UK). Only then will you have access to the required booking information in the password-protected Members’ Area of this website.
Some of the events listed on this page are official Club events. Others are arranged by organisations or individuals for Club members, but are not official Club events.
|December 6 – 8||Christmas Dinner||Buxton|
|January 10||New Year Dinner||London|
|January 12 – 19||Week||Snowshoe Samoens|
|January 17 – 19||Weekend||Snowdonia|
|February 14 – 16||Weekend||The Lakes, Patterdale|
|February 23 – March 2||Week||Snowshoe Queyras|
|February / March||Senior Ski Tour|
|March||One or two weeks||Snowshoe Austria or the South Tirol [FULLY BOOKED]|
|March||week||Hut to Hut Ski Tour|
|March 2 – 8||week||AV A Snowshoeing 1|
|March 21 – 23||Weekend||Dark Peak|
|March/April||Three Weeks||Nepal, Arun valley|
|April 5 – 12||Week||Scottish Meet|
|June 1 – 6||Week||Hebridean Meet|
|June 14 – 21||Week||Cuillin Ridge, Skye|
|August 23 – September 1||Week||Kaisergebirge|
|September 6 – 13||Week||Irish Meet|
|October||Two Weeks||Tibet (proposed)|
The AAC (UK) recognises that climbing, hill and country walking and mountain-eering are activities with a danger of personal injury or death. Participants in these activities should be aware of and accept these risks and be responsible for their own actions and involvement.
Under the Club rules, the Club, its officers, committee members and persons acting on behalf of the Club cannot be held liable for any loss or injury occurring to any participant while taking part in its activities.
The above programme of meets and tours provides an opportunity for members to take part in a wide variety of events, at home and abroad.
[Updated 1 December 2013]