The American Alpine Club: A non-profit mountaineering and climbing organization. The AAC is a community of climbers from boulderers to alpinists who have banded together to support the climbing way of life, protect the places we climb, and watch out for one another.
Berghaus: Berghaus is the outdoor brand you can trust to take you anywhere; with over 40 years experience of creating clothing, footwear and equipment, using cutting edge technologies.
Bonington Treks: Founded by Joe Bonington, our treks take a little longer because we treat you as if you were in an expedition, allowing more time for acclimatisation. Unlike some other trekking companies we want to maximise your chance of reaching your end destination.
The British Mountaineering Council: Working for climbers, hill walkers and mountaineers in England and Wales. Features news, events, area updates, membership information and travel insurance.
Chessler Books: Chessler Books is probably the world’s largest bookseller specializing entirely in mountaineering books.
Indian Mountaineering Foundation (IMF): The Indian Mountaineering Foundation (IMF) is an apex national body. It has the objective of organising, supporting and providing a base for expeditions for mountaineering, skiing, rock climbing and trekking at high altitudes.
The Japanese Alpine Club: The Japanese Alpine Club (JAC) has developed keeping pace with the history of climbing, pioneering exploration, and creation of mountaineering culture in Japan.
Keswick Mountain Festival: We are dedicated to bringing you a packed programme of activities, challenges and inspirational speakers. Join us at this years Keswick Mountain Festival 2011 which is gearing up to be the best yet. If you have not already registered, sign up now and keep up to date with our news. Put the dates in your diary, 18th – 22nd May 2011!
Mountaineering.ie: Mountaineering Ireland is the representative body for hill walkers and climbers in Ireland. It is recognised as the NGB (National Governing Body) for mountaineering by both the Irish Sports Council (ISC) and Sport Northern Ireland (SNI). Mountaineering includes hill walking, rock climbing, rambling, bouldering and alpinism.
Scottish Mountaineering Club: One of Scotland’s oldest private mountaineering clubs, publisher of the premium range of walking and climbing guidebooks. “We look on this as an opportunity to share with you our knowledge and experiences of the Scottish mountains.”
IfYouSki: Ski holidays from the experts – catered chalets, hotels, snowboarding, skiing.
Sweat+Tears: Formed in 2006 by Joe Bonington, Sweat+Tears fitness programs are for those who wish to make a lasting change to their lives or organisations. If you or your team has the desire, the motivation and the drive… we will help bring it out and make lasting changes. Based in Sydney.
Trust PA: Helps those paralysed by spinal cord injury and supports the development of curative treatments. Our focus is funding the transition from scientific research to clinical trials (testing) of safe new treatments to restore movement and sensation for people paralysed by a spinal cord injury.
UIAA – International Mountaineering and Climbing Federation: The International Mountaineering and Climbing Federation (UIAA) brings together millions of men, women and children joined by their passion for mountains. The UIAA fulfils its Mission Statement mainly through the work of its commissions, which make recommendations, set policy and advocate on behalf of the mountaineering community.