Members’ Events NOT organised by the Club (MENOC)

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 booking information in the password-protected Members’ Area of this website.


Disclaimer

The AAC(UK) recognises that climbing, hill and country walking, and mountaineering are activities with a danger of personal injury or death. Participants in these activities should be aware of and accept these risks, being responsible for their own actions, involvement and safety.
The Club, its officers, Board and Alpine Team 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.


Non-Club Events in 2017

All events for 2017 have already taken place.


Non-Club Events in 2018

January 21 – 26: Obernberg, Brenner, Austria

Beginners’snowshoe tour based at Almi’s Berghotel. Learn basic techniques and use of safety equipment before tackling easy local peaks.€890 + snowshoe hire, qualified Austrian guide, up to 12 people.

February 25 – March 2: Tuxer Alps, Austria

Hut to hut snowshoe tour. Exciting ridge walk carrying full pack.€890 + snowshoe hire, qualified Austrian guide, up to 12 people.

February 25 – March 7: Snow shoe, Bulgaria.

Visiting the Rhodope, Rila and Pirin mountains (11 days), led by a professional mountain leader

March 11 – March 18: Triglav Haute Route, Slovenia.

For experienced ski-tourers only with Slovenian guide. 3 nights in ski resort Vogel and 3 nights in huts.

April 14 – 22: The Swiss Saxony, Germany

Tour based on the Malerweg through area aka Elbe Sandstone mountains. Daily stages of 4-7 hours, through highly idiosyncratic scenery of pinnacles, gorges and table mountains. Max altitude of c600m. B&B accommodation in (probably) three centres.

April 22 – 27:  Silvretta, Austria

Snowshoe tour with ascent of Piz Buin and other peaks on snowshoes and crampons. Glacier experience necessary. One day carrying full pack. €980 + snowshoe hire, qualified Austrian guide, up to 7 experienced snowshoers.

July:  Kyrgyzstan

Approximately 4 week expedition. The objective is to climb among a group of nine non-technical 4000m+ peaks in the Terskey Ala-Too mountains, which lie south of Lake Issyk-Kul. Some will be first recorded ascents. Participants will need to have experience of alpine glacier travel. Some of the ridges are rocky. Height gains from base camp are 400m to 900m. The plan is to be dropped off at the base camp which is at an altitude of 3600m.

October 19 – November 6:  Dhaulagiri circuit, Nepal: Postponed to 2018

3 week trek of the Dhaulagiri circuit and Dhampus Peak.

 

 

 


[Updated 11 October 2017]