As you can imagine we are all eager to get into the mountains. Climbing season is just around the corner but right now it is important to stay home. We will be resuming club activities as soon it is deemed appropriate. In the meantime we have organized a live you tube presentation put on by a local physiotherapist to help you with your climbing game. Have a look at our trip page for details.
Dear ACC Columbia Section Members,
We would like to invite you to complete a short survey. It will only take a couple of minutes of your time and it will be tremendously helpful to us as we are currently planning diverse activities and courses specific to our section. All you need to do it follow this link:
Thank you for your time and input.
The ACC Columbia Board of Directors
We are excited to offer the first of our volunteer ‘trip leader’ led activities! We have added beginner and advanced ski trips to our winter 2019 calendar. Have a look at the Trips and Events Tab for details, then contact the ‘trip leader’ to sign up.
As of October 28th 2018 we are officially the newest section of the Alpine Club of Canada!
Oct 30th 2018 ‘The Dawn Wall’ Movie
The ACC Columbia Mountain Section is hosting this movie at the Roxy Theatre. Come check out the exciting licensed rock climbing film. There will be locally made Mt. Begbie Beer and Burton City Cider. Doors open at 7 pm. Tickets must be purchased online tickets.demand.film/event/6106
Nov 7th 2018 ‘Reel Rock 13’ Movie
The Revelstoke Climbing Community are bringing a local screening of Reel Rock to Revelstoke. The screening will be a not-for-profit community event with the intention of raising funds and awareness of the Revelstoke Climbers Access Society. As well as bringing out the vibrant outdoor climbing community together for a lively night of films, laughs, friendly competitions community engagement and a few beverages. Tickets are available at Valhalla Pure Outfitters, Roxy Theatre and Cheers Liquor Store. Tickets are $20 in advance and $25 at the door.
Nov 28th Avalanche Canada ‘Staying Alive Night’ Trade Show
A great night of presentations geared toward giving skiers the information they need to have fun and stay safe in our mountains. Located at the Revelstoke Community Centre. Presentations start at 6:00pm and run until about 9:00pm. Come by and talk with some of our members on how you can get involved with our section.