The Stanford Alpine Club (SAC) has a strong history of alpine excellence at Stanford and beyond. It was founded in 1946. In the 1980’s it went dormant; in 2002 it was revived. SAC promotes the safe enjoyment of alpinism (rock climbing, ice climbing, mountaineering, ski mountaineering, etc.) in the Stanford community. It organizes safety focused instructional trips for beginning through more advanced skill-levels, plans trips and other events of interest to members, and provides a forum for members to plan more ambitous personal expeditions. Membership requires demonstrating a working knowledge of basic safety skills. If your interested in outdoor climbing, this is the place! For more information see our webpage at http://alpineclub.stanford.edu.