NEW ZEALAND: Moving to Alert Level 3

The following communication was published by the New Zealand Alpine Club on 20 April. It is an update from the federation’s previous communication of 30 March. The New Zealand government has announced today that the Covid-19 Alert Level will move down to Level 3 from...

UPDATES FROM BRAZIL

The following article is an update from the previous communication (see below) shared by CBME – Brazilian Mountain Hiking and Climbing Confederation (CBME) – the UIAA’s full member in Brazil. 8 April Update (translated from original article in Portuguese) The Brazilian Mountaineering and Climbing Confederation (CBME) published a note on...

PERSONAL MESSAGE FROM NEW ZEALAND ALPINE CLUB

On 30 March, Lindsay Smith, President of the New Zealand Alpine Club (NZAC) wrote the following letter to members. As well as encouraging members to continue observing guidelines from authorities – Since 1891, the New Zealand Alpine Club has been part of our members’ lives as...

Malta: Activities Suspended

The following message was published by UIAA full member Malta Climbing Club on 23 March. Due to the ever developing situation with the Covid-19 pandemic we have decided to suspend all club activities until further notice. This includes the club AGM, which is postponed to...