CONTENT AND INSPIRATION FOR SLACKLINERS

The International Slackline Association (ISA), a UIAA Observer Member, has been particularly proactive in providing resources to its community during Covid-19. This includes: Online lockdown Series workshops – Sessions are live but previous episodes are made available to view. Slackathome.net – This ISA initiative is...

Updates from Nepal Mountaineering Association

The following are two Covid-19 related updates from the Nepal Mountaineering Association (NMA), the UIAA full member in Nepal. Nepal Mountaineering Association contributes to Covid-19 fund The following article was published in the Himalayan Times on 12 April. Nepal Mountaineering Association (NMA) handed over a...

PERSONAL MESSAGE FROM NEW ZEALAND ALPINE CLUB

On 30 March, Lindsay Smith, President of the New Zealand Alpine Club (NZAC) wrote the following letter to members. As well as encouraging members to continue observing guidelines from authorities – Since 1891, the New Zealand Alpine Club has been part of our members’ lives as...

PUTTING CLIMBING ON HOLD

The following is a statement written by the British Mountaineering Council (BMC) on 23 March. The BMC and mountain rescue teams advise all climbers, hill walkers and mountaineers to stay in their home area and put all climbing and hill walking on hold. Last week,...