MUJER MONTAÑA, mountains for life. Cordillera Blanca, our ecological footprint

Mujer Montaña is a non-profit, inclusive and unifying project. It aims to promote and facilitate good practices in a responsible and sustainable way in trekking, rock climbing, mountaineering and adventure sports for women at different ages, beginners and professionals, focusing especially on environmental education, the appreciation of our natural resources and highlighting the effects of climate change in Latin America

UIAA Newsletter, September 2017 now published

The UIAA Newsletter for September 2017 is now available to view. Recognised for its commitment to diverse aspects of rock climbing, its promotion of sustainable practices and support of local economic development, the International Climbers’ Festival was a fitting recipient of the annual UIAA Rock Climbing...

UIAA – NEWSLETTER, JUNE 2017. NOW PUBLISHED

The June 2017 UIAA Newsletter is now available. The 2017 UIAA Respect the Mountains Series, partnered by KEEN, is underway. Over 400 volunteers participated in the season’s opening two events collecting over a tonne of waste from mountain regions and outdoor areas. This year the Series makes its first...

What is Doping?

WHAT IS DOPING? A comprehensive guide by the UIAA Anti-Doping Commission related to the subject of doping. Doping is defined as the occurrence of one or more of the following anti-doping rule violations: 1. Presence of Prohibited Substance: Presence of a prohibited substance or its...

Bern hosts UIAA Mountain Protection Commission meeting

A busy period of UIAA Commission meetings continued on Saturday 20 May with the UIAA Mountain Protection Commission reconvening at the UIAA headquarters in Bern, Switzerland. The meeting was led by Commission President Carolina Adler, supported by office representative Gloria Scarano and UIAA Executive Board (EB)...