Club News

Consult the list of the last climb!

You can now see the list the climbs made by members in the last two months. List is accessed from the main menu "Members of the Club 4000" ---> "Statistics on members" ---> "Breaking climbs peaks."

The data is not provided for information only: it can also be useful to contact those who have made some up and get information on the conditions found.

For this reason we call on all members to enter as soon as possible information on new 4000 facts, with the date (you must "log" with the User Name and Password).

also we renew our invitation to describe their climbs and the conditions found in the "Forum" section. It is not essential that it be a 4000, provided it is always high in the mountains. Only thus can the Club 4000 becomes really "... the reference point and meeting place for the exchange of information, documentation and experiences among practitioners mountaineering at high altitude ...", as stated on the website home page.

(July 1 2011)

Guides of Alagna Body feast

The shareholder Marco Zaninetti indicates that the next 25-26 June will take place in Alagna the annual feast of the Body Guide Alagna, an association established in 1872, one of the oldest in Italy.

In particular, the evening of June 25 there will be a meeting with the new winners of the Piolet d'Or 2011 (Nicolas and Olivier Favresse and Sean Villanueva), which we will present the movie on their last expedition to Greenland (for which he won the coveted prize).

The evening will take place at the Theatre Union Alagnese at 21: 00.

You can see here playbill event.

(June 22 2011)

If you check your email addresses!

Many communications sent to club members are rejected for errors in the email address. We ask all members of comunicare to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. any changes in their e-mail than it appears on 'member list; by hovering over their name, without clicking, The address appears at the bottom left of the form "mailto: indirizzo_e-mail".

Thanks for collaboration.

(September 26 2012)

Send us your photos for the calendar 2012!

Calendario_2011This year the Club 4000 printing the Calendar 2012 in collaboration with Vivalda Publishers, using photographs taken by our members. We invite you to send us your best photos (maximum 5), Among which will be choose the 12 which will be published on the calendar.

For technical reasons, the photos will be available by August 15 2011. Since at that time we will still be in the middle of the climbing season, the members can submit photographs taken sia in both the 2011 2010. Photographs must return the subject's name and possibly the shooting date.

As with last year, the images on the calendar are vertical; photographs must therefore have vertical relationship with 4: 5.

To send photos shareholders must follow the following steps:

1. Enter the "Forum", and login using your account information. (Who had not yet registered must request the creation account, as shown on the Home Page of the site at the bottom left).

2. To register in the shareholders "for calendar Photo Gallery 2012" and follow the instructions.

The system automatically resizes the photos, which otherwise in the original must have a definition at least 300 dpi, Necessary for the eventual release on the calendar. The photographs in the original format must also be sent as attachment to the address This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., the highest definition .

Adhering to this procedure, the partner agrees that all rights over photographs sent is transferred to the Club 4000, which may use them freely. Published photos will bear the author's name.

All photographs submitted by members will be presented during the Annual Meeting of the Club 4000, which will be held in the fall 2011.

Join the crowd!

(June 6 2011)

"All 4000" reviewed on MountainBlog

MountainBlog_5-2010In the number 26 May 2011 of MountainBlog appeared the review of the book "All 4000 - The thin air of high altitudes."

The article can be read from the phone book "About us" or by clicking directly here.