International Mountain Day – December 11, 2020 Appeal by the EUMA (European-Mountaineers) We love the mountains – AND we respect the mountains, especially in times of Covid 19 and climate change! Winter mountaineering and ski
EUMA has become full member of the European Environmental Bureau (EEB) EEB is the largest network of environmental organisations in Europe. There are over 160 members in more than 35 countries. EEB is advocating sustainable
Rural areas are very important for mountaineering community because we perform a wide range of our activities there and we have a lot of our mountaineering infrastructure (paths/trails, huts and climbing areas) is rural areas.
End of January 2020 EUMA published new leaflet! Download pdf version: EUMA leaflet_January_2020_web
On the occasion of the International Mountain Day on 11 December 2019, a press release on light pollution was issued by Ingrid Hayek. Let’s shoot for the moon!? Turning the night into day is something
The 2019 EUMA General Assembly, hosted by Cyprus Mountaineering Climbing & Orienteering Federation, was held in Larnaca, Cyprus, on Sunday 3 November with delegates from 18 countries and 20 associations present. After welcome the delegates,
The president of European Union of Mountaineering Associations (EUMA), Mr. Roland Stierle and the president of European Ramblers Association (ERA), Mr. Boris Micic, on 17th of October 2019 signed Cooperation agreement with the following wording:
23 Mountaineering Federations united European Union of Mountaineering Associations (EUMA) Founded in Munich Last weekend 23 mountaineering federations from as many countries founded the European Union of Mountaineering Associations (EUMA). The foundation ass embly took