AAC RELEASES ANNUAL ACCIDENTS GUIDE IN SPANISH

The American Alpine Club (AAC) has launched a Spanish edition of its annual Accidents in North American Climbing. This book has been published annually by the American Alpine Club since 1949, sharing stories and lessons from climbing accidents throughout North America. Now, with this first-ever translation...

UIAA VOLUNTEER SERIES: MRIKA NIKÇI

Most teenagers are unsure of their hopes, goals and dreams, but as she surveyed the extraordinary sight of the sun beginning to illuminate Mount Everest, one young woman was glad that she had followed hers. Mrika Nikҫi was destined for a life in the mountains. Born...

At last. Up and (sky)running again

The International Skyrunning Federation (ISF), unit member of UIAA, held their postponed 2020 Skyrunning World Championships from 9-11 July, in the Spanish Pyrenees. Three days, three disciplines, three races marked the return of racing on a grand scale and what better than to kick off with the...

UIAA COVID-19 COMMITTEE STATEMENT

The UIAA Covid-19 Committee held its latest online meeting on 18 May. The Committee divided its latest meeting into two parts – the first, as has been custom, discussed the current and diverse situation in countries and regions represented by members of the group. The second...

2020 UIAA ANNUAL REPORT NOW AVAILABLE

The UIAA – International Climbing and Mountaineering Federation – has published its 2020 Annual Report. The report is available in digital format and can be downloaded from the following link - spreads version, pages version. Anybody interested in receiving a printed copy can do so by filling in...