Le Club alpin américain (American Alpine Club ou AAC) est un club d'alpinisme américain fondé en 1902 par Charles Ernest Fay.

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  • Le Club alpin américain (American Alpine Club ou AAC) est un club d'alpinisme américain fondé en 1902 par Charles Ernest Fay.
  • The American Alpine Club (AAC) is a non-profit member organization whose goal is "a united community of competent climbers and healthy climbing landscapes." The Club is housed in the American Mountaineering Center (AMC) in Golden, Colorado. Through its members, the AAC advocates for American climbers domestically and around the world; provides grants and volunteer opportunities to protect and conserve climbing areas; hosts local and national climbing festivals and events; cares for the nation’s leading climbing library and mountaineering museum; manages the Hueco Rock Ranch, New River Gorge Campground, and Grand Teton Climbers’ Ranch as part of a larger lodging network for climbers; and annually gives about $100,000 toward climbing, conservation, and research grants that fund adventurers who travel the world. It also maintains regional sections—with both regional staff and volunteers—throughout the United States. The AAC publishes two journals, The American Alpine Journal (AAJ) and Accidents in North American Mountaineering (Accidents), and a Guidebook to Membership annually. Collections of these journals, along with tens of thousands of other climbing-related publications and mountaineering literature, can be found in the Henry S. Hall, Jr. American Alpine Club Library, also located in the AMC. The AAC is a 501(c)3 organization supported by gifts and grants from individuals, corporations and foundations, member dues, and income from lodging, publications and restricted endowments.
  • Der American Alpine Club (AAC) ist ein 1902 gegründeter alpiner Verein mit Sitz in Golden, Colorado, USA. Er ist der größte amerikanische Klettersportverband. Tätigkeitsschwerpunkt sind Bergexpeditionen, Forschung und Naturschutz. Er ist Herausgeber des American Alpine Journal (AAJ) und unterhält eine große Bergsportbibliothek. Um das Jahr 2006 hatte der AAC etwa 7000 Mitglieder. Die AAC ist Mitglied der UIAA.
  • L'American Alpine Club (Club Alpino Americano - abbreviato in AAC) è un club alpino degli Stati Uniti d'America fondato nel 1902 da Charles Ernest Fay.Ha la sua sede a Golden nello Stato del Colorado.
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  • Le Club alpin américain (American Alpine Club ou AAC) est un club d'alpinisme américain fondé en 1902 par Charles Ernest Fay.
  • Der American Alpine Club (AAC) ist ein 1902 gegründeter alpiner Verein mit Sitz in Golden, Colorado, USA. Er ist der größte amerikanische Klettersportverband. Tätigkeitsschwerpunkt sind Bergexpeditionen, Forschung und Naturschutz. Er ist Herausgeber des American Alpine Journal (AAJ) und unterhält eine große Bergsportbibliothek. Um das Jahr 2006 hatte der AAC etwa 7000 Mitglieder. Die AAC ist Mitglied der UIAA.
  • L'American Alpine Club (Club Alpino Americano - abbreviato in AAC) è un club alpino degli Stati Uniti d'America fondato nel 1902 da Charles Ernest Fay.Ha la sua sede a Golden nello Stato del Colorado.
  • The American Alpine Club (AAC) is a non-profit member organization whose goal is "a united community of competent climbers and healthy climbing landscapes." The Club is housed in the American Mountaineering Center (AMC) in Golden, Colorado.
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  • Club alpin américain
  • American Alpine Club
  • American Alpine Club
  • American Alpine Club
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