Regular Activities

Refer to Calander of Events page for current info on these activities













Club Night

Alpine Sports Club Inc. meets on the first Tuesday of each month (except January) at 7:30pm at St Marks Anglican Church, 95 Remuera Rd, Remuera, Auckland 




Small People on Big Hills

Join Lukas (3), Clara (6) and other ASC small people to explore Auckland.
Lead by Miranda Hutton 022 6488 733

Sunday Stroll

Organiser:   Scott White       Ph. 0274-979-017    or

Mt Eden Training

Every Wednesday rain or shine 12:30 Meet at Clive Road parking / kids flying fox near Normanby Road.  Walk half way up to 'Jo steps' Walk/ run #times then up to top of My Eden back down to steps up down steps again and then back down to stretch at play park. Time approx 40 min

Feel free to just turn up. 

Facilitated by Kate Schoonees  02102452146

Indoor rock Climbing at the Mount Wellington Extreme Edge. 

Indoor climbing continues on Monday and Wednesday evenings at Extreme Edge Mt Wellington. Starting from 6pm.

In good weather the Wednesday session is sometimes split between the indoor wall and the quarry at Auckland Grammar School. Contact Jackie for confirmation.

Short notice trips are notified to members within the existing climbing group (for safety reasons) To be invited on one of these trips, please go along to a session of Climbing at Extreme Edge from 6 pm on a Monday or Wednesday evening.

Contact:   Jackie Ponting   Ph 021 209 3120  or

Ruapehu climbing

When conditions look good. Details in Alpinesport
Impromtu and unadvertised. Goes when the conditions are favourable (no hut bashing)
Ph Brian Duffy on 528 3782 or email at

Mountaincraft Course 2020

Details in Alpinesport & on the Facebook page later in the year.

Mid Week Thursday Walks & Tramps

Walks are held on the 2nd and 4th Thursdays of every month (except January and December).

For further information contact Sherilyn Coney

Club Summer Camp 2019/2020

26th December 2019 – 3rd January 2020

Oparau, near Kawhia

2 ½ hours drive from Auckland, close to black-sand beaches, Kawhia’s thermal hot-water-beach, kayaking on the river and Kawhia harbour, mountain biking at Pirongia, child-friendly short bush walks and glow worms, drive to explore caves, waterfalls, iron-sand works and fossil hunting, longer tramping possibilities in the area too. This will be a cosy campsite, bordered by a slow moving river. The campsite is directly behind the Oparau Hall and includes use of the hall (minus amenities) and is 3 minutes’ drive from the Oparau Roadhouse general store. Cost per night: adult members $12, non member adults $20, under 18s free.

To book please contact Margaret Jemmett  Please include details of names of all campers, ages of children/teenagers, arrival and departure dates if known and contact phone numbers whilst at camp.