Mountain art puts to paper the feelings we get when we’re outside, inspiring us to preserve and protect our wild places. We’re proud to present the following art sponsors of the Summit Bid / 2018 Mountain Guides Ball, without them, events like this wouldn’t be possible - thank you!Read More
This past summer Michelle Kadatz and Angela Vanwiemeersch, supported by the John Lauchlan Memorial Award, travelled to Baffin Island with hopes of establishing a new route. There they were met with the wettest summer on record, facing storms and freezing conditions.Read More
The John Lauchlan Memorial Award is a cash award that exists to perpetuate the bold and adventurous spirit that John Lauchlan exemplified in his mountain exploits. It strives to promote the development of Canadians seeking a technical climbing challenge at an international level with financial support that non-commercial expeditions have difficulty accessing.Read More
Flatrock is a small town, about as far east as you can get in Canada before the long swim to Ireland. Despite its diminutive size, this town is home to over 100 boulder problems and 50+ single pitch climbs within 15 minutes hike of a parking area and less than 30 minutes from the Newfoundland and Labrador capital of St. John’s.Read More
We went out to the A.O. Wheeler Hut recently and met up with the several wonderful artists from this program for some mountain air and mountain art!Read More
Throughout the summer months the ACC Conrad Kain Hut is hosted by one of our two custodians; for this season our custodians will be Heidi and Alistair.
We met up with Heidi and Alistair recently for a brief interview on what it's like to be a custodian, things they'd like visitors to know and climbing in The Bugaboos.Read More
During the 2018 Annual General Meeting our board members unanimously voted for the creation of its newest section: Great Plains. The new ACC section will serve the "Treaty Four Lands of Great Plains" which encompasses the majority of Southern Saskatchewan with its operating centre in Regina.Read More