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The Calgary section has opened up their summer camp to all sections. The event will be held in the Adamants, with the camp located approximately 1 km south of the Fairy Meadows hut. Week 2 runs from July 23-30 and will be an instructional week. Estimated maximum cost for this week is $1070, although the final cost should come in around $900 to $950.  Week 3 is a self catered self guided week. Estimated maximum cost for this week is $460, but the final cost is expected to be around $350. 

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2 day alpine climbing course in the Icefields Parkway!

Prerequisite: intermediate knowledge of alpine climbing techniques and systems.

For more info, click here.

TO REGISTER - CLICK HERE  

 

Kick off the summer with our Annual BBQ at the Canmore Clubhouse. Free for members, non members welcome for 5$.  Sunday, June 18th at 6pm.  No need to register.  See you there!

Check out our Events Section for a list of our upcoming monthly socials this spring by clicking here!

Attn RMS Members:

 

Fjallraven Retail Canada is pleased to announce that we will be offering an exclusive 15% discount to all ACC Members at our retail locations. This will go into effect immediately and can only be redeemed upon presentation of your ACC Membership card at the point of purchase.

 

-          Discount only applies to REGULAR priced merchandise

-          Can only be redeemed at our CND Fjallraven locations 

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Hello RMS Members!

We've been graciously offered a pro deal on ARC TERYX Atom SL Jackets. The jackets will have a silver Alpine Club of Canada logo. RMS Members are eligible to purchase these for $150 which is $100 off the retail price! Please click on the following links for sizing and available colours:

Women's Atom SL Jacket Colours and Sizes:

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2017 ROCK Program

 

The ROCK (Rockies Outdoor Climbing Knowledge) program is designed for people who know a little about climbing and would like to participate in RMS section climbing trips. The program covers the skills that you need to be a proficient second on an ACC multi-pitch traditional climbing trip. Traditional (or “trad”) climbing means that the leader is placing protection, rather than relying on fixed protection such as pitons or bolts. We will include:

-          what to expect on an ACC climbing trip (including the ever present waiver!)

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Check out the upcoming opening of the exhibition at the Whyte Museum of the Canadian Rockies in Banff - Across the Great Divide - Paintings by John Hartman: A series of portraits and landscapes featuring the Great Divide Ski Traverse from Jasper to West Louise Lodge. For more info, check out the attached photo or visit their website @ whyte.org.

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This month's ACC speaker is Kate Morrison, Conservation Director for Canadian Parks and Wildneress Society. Now, more then ever, the outdoors needs to come together to protect this valuable landscape.  Join us on the 22nd.  Public welcome!

Brandon Pullan, editor in chief for Gripped and active route setter in the Bow Valley will be presenting his new book "The Bold and the Cold". Join us for a night of story telling and beers. Don't forgot to bring some cash to pick up this Banff Mountain Book Award Winner!  7pm, Canmore Legion.  See you there!

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