The Alpine Club, the world’s first mountaineering club, was founded in 1857.  For over 150 years, members have been at the leading edge of worldwide mountaineering development and exploration. 

With membership, experienced and aspiring alpinists benefit from a varied meets programme, regional lectures with notable guest speakers, reduced rates at many alpine huts, opportunity to apply for grants to support expeditions, significant discounts at many UK retailers, extensive networking contacts, access to the AC Library and maps - and more! 

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AC Christmas Card 2018

The Alpine Club Christmas cards do not carry a date and have a simple seasonal greeting.

© Andy Parkin

“Shivling” in the western Garwhal Himalaya, Uttarakhand, India by Andy Parkin in Pastel 

 £7.00 per pack (+p&p)

The sale of this card will help support the work of The Glacier Trust, which works with Nepalese mountain communities to enable them to adapt and become more resilient to the effects of climate change by providing education and expertise.

The cards are available in packs of ten. Each pack costs £7.00, which includes a voluntary £1.00 donation to The Glacier Trust.

P&P is £2 for 1 or 2 packs; £3 for 3 packs (or each multiple of 3).

Overseas postage – please contact the Office Manager via e-mail This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

To purchase cards:

• By cheque made payable to ‘Alpine Club’ and posted to 55 Charlotte Road, EC2A 3QF

• By PayPal - you need to log in first - click here:  Xmas Card 2018

All queries to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  or to 020 7613 0755


We also have a small supply of cards from last year in stock for sale at the reduced price of £5.00.

P&P of £2 for 1 or 2 packs and £3 for 3 (or each multiple of 3).

Overseas postage – please contact the Office Manager via e-mail This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

© Neil Pittaway

“Sunlight on Annapurna mountain peaks near Annapurna  Base Camp” by Neil Pittaway