New common way marking brochure

As one of the visible outcomes of our E+ project we are proud to publish the common Waymarking brochure where we together with our partner the European Ramblers Association have produced a compendium of the

EUMA and ERA position paper concerning the EU’s Forest strategy

New EU forest strategy for 2030: To improve the quantity and quality of EU forests Forests are essential for our health and wellbeing, and the health of the planet. They are rich in biodiversity and

50th anniversary of E-Paths (the European long distance trails)

E-Paths are the European long distance trails which link the countries from North Cape to Crete and from the Atlantic Ocean to the Carpathians and the Black Sea. There are 12 E-Paths, bearing the name

GOclimate online meeting/tutorial session

As suggested during the EUMA GA in Skopje under the point “Best practice sharing”, Ingrid Hayek arranged for an online meeting/tutorial session with Kalle Nilvér to learn about the website www.goclimate.com. You are invited to

Solidarity with Ukraine

Our solidarity with Ukraine The Presidium of the EUMA condemns the military attack on Ukraine as arbitrary aggression and violation of international law by Russia. This is incompatible with international conventions such as the sovereignty

FLERA – Let us introduce our new member

The EUMA welcomes its new member organization from Luxembourg – Fédération Luxembourgeoise d’Escalade, de Randonnée Sportive et d’Alpinisme – Luxembourg Federation, Climbing, Rambling and Alpinism (FLERA). The FLERA is the umbrella organization for 12 climbing, mountaineering and

International Year of Sustainable Mountain Development

International Year of Sustainable Mountain Development The United Nations General Assembly has designated 2022 as the International Year of Sustainable Mountain Development. Throughout the year, governments, international organizations and stakeholders are invited to raise awareness

New alliance for European mountain regions

New alliance for European mountain regions Global warming, excessive tourism and landscape degradation require the very highest degree of multifaceted solutions. Three umbrella organizations committed to mountaineering and sustainability in European mountain regions therefore decided,

Hiking in the Baltics

Pan-Baltic hiking conference – EUMA The Pan-Baltic hiking conference focus was to make an aftermath of the Baltic Trails a network of long-distance hiking trails connecting Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania, which were newly created. The EUMA,

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Sustainable Tourism The EUMA at the European week of regions and cities A conference organised by EUMA together with members of the Committee of the Regions named “Sustainable Tourism. The Business for Europe’s Mountains”. Hosted