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Joining the Manitoba Section of the Alpine Club of Canada provides you with amazing opportunities for exploration and recreation, for learning and developing new skills, and for good companionship every day that you’re involved in the Club.

You do not need to have any previous experience in the outdoors in order to join the Club. Many people join the Club to get started skiing, climbing, mountaineering or just to spend more time in the mountains. New members who already have strong outdoor skills will find themselves in good company.

A significant player on the Canadian mountaineering stage since 1906, the Club provides an enormous range of benefits and services to its members, be they avid young sport climbers or weekend alpine warriors.

Becoming a ACC Manitoba section member provides many additional local benefits such as access to local trips, development workshops, and discounts at local climbing gyms

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As a member of the Manitoba Section of the Alpine Club of Canada, you have access to:

Regional section activities:
  • Weekend outings, training courses and volunteer leadership opportunities

  • Rock and ice climbing in Manitoba and Northwest Ontario

  • Cross-country & downhill skiing in Manitoba

  • Hiking, snowshoe, camping, and other outdoor adventure trips

  • Gym nights, social events and guest speakers

  • Local website, e-newsletter, climbing info, partner opportunities and equipment pools

  • Discount on University of Manitoba Climbing Wall Passes

  • 20% discount on all passes at Vertical Adventures

Mountain Adventures:
  • Trips and courses in the Canadian Rockies

  • Annual General Mountaineering camp and international expeditions

  • Specially designed adventures for beginners, women and youth

Development opportunities:
  • Leadership training

  • Grants and awards

  • Advance booking privileges at the most extensive network of backcountry huts in North America

  • Member rates at the ACC Clubhouse, Bell Cabin and Boswell Cabin in Canmore, Alberta and the Canadian Alpine Centre in Lake Louise, Alberta

  • The ACC national newsletter, the Gazette, published three times per year

  • The Canadian Alpine Journal, published annually since 1907

  • Weekly NewsNet email bulletin, Facebook page and Twitter feed

As well as:
  • Comprehensive liability insurance coverage while participating in local and national ACC activities/events/competitions (note that in QC this covers all personal climbing activities as well).

  • Access to out-of-province trip insurance policies that cover your personal backcountry activities around the world

  • Member rates on merchandise at the ACC Online Store


Membership fees for both the Alpine Club of Canada and the Manitoba Section:

Adult (20 years and older)
Family (2 adults and their children)
Youth (19 years and under)
Optional Upgrades

* A Family membership includes one copy of the Canadian Alpine Journal (CAJ).

For membership upgrades, additional information and online application and renewals please go to:

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