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American Alpine Club + Caltech Alpine Club = Mindblowing Collaboration, with beverages and snacks provided for all!

A mere 2 hours before the start of the main event of the evening, our very own 2012 Banff Mountain Film Festival World Tour, 3 half-barrels of liquidy goodness, fresh off the line from Eagle Rock Brewery, will be waiting patiently for your enjoyment in the shade, under the pre-dusk banner of Southern California sky (and also, under a large AAC banner), next to the world famous Gene Pool in the Beckman Institute Courtyard.

Yes, this is steps away from the auditorium. Delicious snacks, and other drinks also provided!

What could be better than stepping outside after work and proceeding immediately to the start of an amazing evening with the Caltech Alpine Club and friends, and enjoying our most excellent event of the year?


  • Time: March 27, 2012 5:30-7:30pm
  • Venue: Beckman Institute Courtyard, by the Gene Pool, Caltech campus
  • Tickets: just show up with a Banff ticket, and you're all set!
  • Info on Banff: 2012 Banff Mountain Film Festival World Tour



We extend a huge, heartfelt thanks to the American Alpine Club for making this possible! A second thanks to the folks at Eagle Rock Brewery who helped us with the goods, and a high-tech dispensing system so we can deliver those goods as best as possible in our limited time.

American Alpine Club


We provide knowledge and inspiration, conservation and advocacy, and logistical support for the climbing community.

About The American Alpine Club

The American Alpine Club provides knowledge and inspiration, conservation and advocacy, and logistical support for the climbing community. The AAC advocates for American climbers domestically and around the world; provides grants and volunteer opportunities to protect and conserve the places we climb; hosts local and national climbing festivals and events; publishes two of the world’s most sought-after climbing annuals, The American Alpine Journal and Accidents in North American Mountaineering; cares for the world’s leading climbing library and country’s leading mountaineering museum; manages the Grand Teton Climbers’ Ranch as part of a larger lodging network for climbers; and annually gives $80,000+ toward climbing, conservation, and research grants to adventurers who travel the world. Learn about additional programs and become a member at americanalpineclub.org.