It’s that time again….
Tearing down the tower!!!!
Come join us as we celebrate the changing of the season and yet another closing of the tower, well… it will also be our grand opening due to all the maintenance this year.
The CESB is offering free climbing, that’s right folks, free climbing Thursday October 9th as this will be our last day at the tower for this season.
Everyone is welcome, members, non-members, and people of all skill level.
There will also be slacklining, BBQing, and much more.
Not sure about climbing in this weather? No worries, just come out to socialize around the warm fire and have the chance to meet new people and learn about what the CESB has to offer.
A BBQ will be on site so please feel free to bring some food to grill up.
See you there!
Thursday October 9th, gate opens at 6:30PM
The Alpine Club of Canada ( ACC ) was founded in Winnipeg in 1906 as Canada’s National Mountaineering Club. Based in Canmore, Alberta, the ACC is the focal point for its 22 regional Sections located in different regions of Canada. Not only does the ACC offer year-round activities and services through its Mountain Adventures program, but it also administers an extensive system of alpine and backcountry huts throughout the Canadian Rockies. The ACC has grown into a full-fledge mountaineering organization that strives to provide an enormous range of benefits and services to its members.
The Club d’escalade de Saint-Boniface ( CESB ) was founded in January of 1993, Later that same year it joined the National Club as the St. Boniface Section of the Alpine Club of Canada – thus becoming the first francophone section of the ACC. Our section is a volunteer based club that promotes a wide variety of outdoor activities, including wall climbing, rock climbing, ice climbing, hiking and an annual week-long trip to a destination in the Canadian Rockies.
Vision of the ACC
Preserving, practicing and promoting Canadian mountain culture and self-propelled alpine pursuits.
Mission of the ACC
The Alpine Club of Canada fosters alpine experiences, knowledge and culture; promotes responsible access; and supports excellence in alpine leadership and skills.
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|Carte grimpe (10 day passes – Wall)||40$|
|Carte grimpe (5 day passes – Ice)||40$|
- Participants (a parent or legal guardian in the case of a minor) must sign an Alpine Club of Canada Waiver before participating in any of our activities.
- Children (12 years and under) must be accompanied by an adult.
- Prices include the use of the climbing equipment.
Membership fees for both the Alpine Club of Canada and the Club d’escalade de Saint-Boniface (St. Boniface Section)
|Adult||20 years and over||$55|
|Family||2 adults and their children||$85|
|Youth||19 years and under||$41|
Upgrades ( optional )
(*) A Family membership includes 1 copy of the Canadian Alpine Journal.
For membership upgrades, additional information and online application and renewals please go to : http://www.alpineclubofcanada.ca/membership/index.html.