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.


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 2018

Tours marked ## are now fully booked but enquire about possible vacancies.


March 18 – 24:  Ski Touring Week in the Dolomites

Guided day tours hotel based in Sexten.  UIAMG guide, 6 nights HB in double rooms, transportation between Innsbruck and Sexten and between the hotel and trailheads.  €1285.  Limited to 6 participants with previous ski touring experience.


April 14 – 22: Saxon Switzerland, 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 16 – 22: Stubaital, Austria ##

Gentle Stubai, easy day walks suitable for seniors, based in Fulpmes.


July:  Kyrgyzstan ##

Approximately 4 week expedition. The objective is to climb among a group of nine relatively easy 4000m+ peaks in the Terskey Ala-Too mountains, which lie south of Lake Issyk-Kul. Most will be first recorded ascents. Participants will need to have at least two alpine seasons or the equivalent.


August 26 – September 9:  Volcanoes of Kamchatka, Russia

Six areas on the Kamchatka peninsula are  UNESCO World Heritage sites, thanks to unique combination of volcanoes, glaciers, hot springs and geysers on the east coast of the Eurasian continent.  Extremely low population and  urban development help diverse flora and fauna remain largely undisturbed.  This guided trek in a remote area covers about 70km in 6 days, circumnavigating the mighty Tolbachik volcano and culminating with an ascent to its rim at 3080m.  The trek is followed by a 2-day excursion to a more accessible group of volcanoes, featuring hot springs, sulfur vents and bubbling mud.  Approx. cost £1250.


September 8 – 15: Old Venetian Trade Routes, Italy

Lake Como from the route – Italy – Klaudia Bestle

Old Venetian Trade Routes: A week in seldom-visited parts of Lombardy, from Bergamo to Chiavenna, touching on L. Como. Daily 5-8 hours. Max height 2000m. Packs transported by organisers.  More info. in English, at (don’t be fooled by the same walk described in German for earlier in the year).  The picture shows a view of Lake Como from the route, more pictures at


October 19 – November 6:  Dhaulagiri circuit, Nepal

3 week trek of the Dhaulagiri circuit and Dhampus Peak.


BREMEX Mountaineering & Climbing ClubAAC members who are interested in improving their hill-walking and mountaineering skills are cordially invited to join Bremex weekend meets, which take place nearly every month in upland areas across Great Britain. Prospective members may attend one taster weekend before deciding whether or not they want to join. See:

[Updated 19 March 2018]

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