Yearly Archives: 2019

The Alpine Club of Canada Toronto Section is looking for two section members to join the Membership, Marketing and Communications Committee. We are looking for a Marketing Specialist and a Technical Specialist. A Marketing Specialist will help with creating and gathering content for our website, social media feeds, and ClimbOn Newsletter. This person will be able to interview trip leaders […]
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Sunday, 5 May 2019 Where: Rattlesnake Point Conservation Area, 7200 Appleby Line, Milton, ON L9E 0M9, Canada (map) Description: As the summer mountaineering season nears, freshen up your crevasse rescue skills, including hauling systems and prusiking techniques. For further details and to sign up, contact Rafael Kolodziejczyk at r2kolodziejczyk@yahoo.ca Cost: Park entrance fee $7.00 Waiver: You must read and understand it […]
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The Toronto Section has set the dates for our annual Canadian Red Cross Wilderness and Remote First Aid and Advanced Wilderness First Certification Courses. They will be held on April 26-28 and May 4-5, respectively.  Participants who lead two trips subsequent to taking one of these two courses will be eligible for a 50% rebate on course fees.  Weekend 1: CANADIAN RED CROSS WILDERNESS […]
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We hope you bought your tickets because they are selling out fast!  The Saturday afternoon and Friday evening shows are already sold out. Get your tickets soon to avoid missing out on the most anticipated mountain social event of the year.   If that is not reason enough to buy your tickets, check out this year’s film lists. We’re particularly […]
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Dear Members! We are getting really close to the completion of the renovations to the Bon Echo Hut! We could not have completed the project without the support of our amazing volunteers who have helped cut down trees, carry material across the lake, and make the overall experience fun. As we start to cross the finish line, there are still […]
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The Alpine Club of Canada, Toronto Section, working together with the Ontario Alliance of Climbers (formerly Ontario Access Coalition), is pleased to report that following productive discussions with the landowner, ice climbing will once again be tolerated at Bow Lake. Tolerated = Climbing access is informally accepted.  Tread lightly. Help us preserve access by abiding by the following: The property […]
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Dear Mountaineers The North Face Leadership Course is The Alpine Club Of Canada’s flagship program for training aspiring section trip leaders. Through alpine environments and technical travel, these leadership courses emphasize the ‘human-factor’ in leader’s decision-making, applicable to ACC activities across Canada. The Toronto section can endorse up one candidate for the course. We are now accepting applications. The summer […]
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