Alpine Club of Canada

ACC
The Alpine Club of Canada (ACC) is an amateur athletic association with its national office in Canmore, Alberta that has been a focal point for Canadian mountaineering since its founding in 1906.wikipedia
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Arthur Oliver Wheeler

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The club was co-founded by Arthur Oliver Wheeler, who served as its first president, and Elizabeth Parker, a journalist for the Manitoba Free Press.
In 1906, he and journalist Elizabeth Parker were the principal founders of the Alpine Club of Canada (ACC).

Elizabeth Parker (journalist)

Elizabeth Parker
The club was co-founded by Arthur Oliver Wheeler, who served as its first president, and Elizabeth Parker, a journalist for the Manitoba Free Press.
She co-founded the Alpine Club of Canada in 1906 with Arthur Oliver Wheeler.

Canadian Alpine Journal

The ACC publishes the annual Canadian Alpine Journal, which serves as the journal of record for Canadian achievements in climbing, mountaineering, ski mountaineering, and exploration of mountains.
The Canadian Alpine Journal is the yearly magazine of the Alpine Club of Canada.

Canadian Rockies

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Byron Harmon, whose 6500+ photographs of the Canadian Rockies in the early 20th century provide the best glimpse of the area at that time, was official photographer to the club at its founding.
According to the Alpine Club of Canada, more people have died on Mount Temple than any other Canadian mountain, including seven youths in an unsupervised American school group in 1955.

Mountaineering

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The ACC publishes the annual Canadian Alpine Journal, which serves as the journal of record for Canadian achievements in climbing, mountaineering, ski mountaineering, and exploration of mountains. The Alpine Club of Canada (ACC) is an amateur athletic association with its national office in Canmore, Alberta that has been a focal point for Canadian mountaineering since its founding in 1906.
When open and manned, the huts are generally run by full-time employees, but some are staffed on a voluntary basis by members of alpine clubs (such as Swiss Alpine Club and Club alpin français) or in North America by Alpine Club of Canada.

Byron Harmon

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Byron Harmon, whose 6500+ photographs of the Canadian Rockies in the early 20th century provide the best glimpse of the area at that time, was official photographer to the club at its founding.
He was a charter member of and the official photographer to the Alpine Club of Canada from its outset in 1906.

International Ski Mountaineering Federation

ISMF
The Alpine Club of Canada also regulates the competitive sports of ice-climbing (through the UIAA) and ski-mountaineering (through the International Ski Mountaineering Federation).

Elizabeth Parker hut

Elizabeth Parker Alpine Club Hut
It is maintained by the Alpine Club of Canada.

R.J. Ritchie Hut

Balfour
Balfour (51.591562,-116.454921) and Bow (51.634825,-116.489611) are two of four ACC huts on the Wapta Icefield near the Continental Divide, from there water flows to the Pacific, Arctic and Atlantic oceans.
The hut is maintained by the Alpine Club of Canada.

Abbot Pass hut

Abbot Pass Refuge Cabinhut
Abbot Pass Hut, built in 1922 sits at 2,925m on the Alberta-British Columbia border (51.36406,-116.290204) between Mount Victoria and Mount Lefroy.
The hut is maintained by the Alpine Club of Canada.

Conrad Kain Hut

Conrad Kain hut (50.738338,-116.763324), among the granite spires of Bugaboo Provincial Park, is named after an Austrian mountain guide who was the first to climb many Canadian mountains including Robson (3,954m), the highest point in the Rockies.
The hut is maintained by the Alpine Club of Canada.

Bow Hut

Bow
Balfour (51.591562,-116.454921) and Bow (51.634825,-116.489611) are two of four ACC huts on the Wapta Icefield near the Continental Divide, from there water flows to the Pacific, Arctic and Atlantic oceans.
The hut is maintained by the Alpine Club of Canada.

Banff National Park

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From 1906, the Alpine Club of Canada organized climbs, hikes and camps in the park.

Bill Putnam hut

Fairy Meadow Hut
Fairy Meadow Hut (51.763257,-117.876534) in the Selkirk Mountains provides access to such popular backcountry skiing that a lottery system must be used to make a reservation there.
The hut is maintained by the Alpine Club of Canada.

Arthur O. Wheeler hut

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A.O. Wheeler (51.263512,-117.489953) and Asulkan (51.211601,-117.463174) huts are in Glacier National Park, British Columbia and are popular year-round destinations for hikers and skiers.
The hut is maintained by the Alpine Club of Canada (ACC).

Glacier National Park (Canada)

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Arthur Oliver Wheeler, a cartographer, climber, and founding member of the Alpine Club of Canada (ACC), came to Glacier House in 1901.

Fay hut

The Fay hut was maintained by the Alpine Club of Canada (ACC).

Neil Colgan Hut

Neil Colgan Hut built between Mount Little and Mount Bowlin is the highest permanent structure in Canada, sitting at 2,957m.
The hut is maintained by the Alpine Club of Canada and is the highest permanent structure in Canada.

Alpine club hut

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The Alpine Club of Canada operates an extensive system of alpine club huts available to both members and non-members, primarily in the Canadian Rockies, providing rustic accommodation (though many of these huts are accessible only by experienced mountaineers).
The Alpine Club of Canada (ACC) is Canada's national mountain club, based in Canmore, Alberta, the ACC has been a focal point for Canadian mountaineers since 1906.

Phyllis Munday

Phyllis
Nevertheless, the ACC played an important part in women's mountaineering, and some women, both American and Canadian, became important and famous mountaineers, such as Phyllis Munday.
1938 honorary lifetime membership in the Alpine Club of Canada

Jim Haberl Hut

Jim Haberl Hut, Tantalus Range, British Columbia
The hut is maintained by the Alpine Club of Canada - Vancouver Section.

Peyto Hut

Peter and Catharine Whyte HutPeter and Catharine Whyte Hut (Peyto Hut)
The hut is maintained by the Alpine Club of Canada.

Wapta Icefield

Wapta
There are 5 huts which provide accommodation to mountaineers on the Wapta Icefield that are operated by the Alpine Club of Canada.