Rock Ice & Mountain Club

Who We Are

The Rock Ice & Mountain Club serves the climbing and outdoor community of the North San Francisco Bay Area and beyond. We offer a chance to meet like minded people and get inspired by top notch presentations. Our monthly meetings are free to the general public.

Shows have included accounts of climbing in Nepal, Tibet, Russia, the Sierra Nevada, Europe and Bhutan. The club has organized trips in Sonoma County, the Sierras, the Cascades, as well as other climbing areas including Red Rocks, Joshua Tree, and Smith Rock.

There are Club meetings on the first Tuesday of every month at 7:30pm at the Occidental Rd. Round Table Pizza in Santa Rosa. At each meeting there is a raffle, a multimedia presentation, and an opportunity to mix with other climbers from the area.

Latest News:

April 7 – General Meeting is Cancelled

March 29, 2020

The Rock Ice & Mountain Club’s April 7 general meeting has been cancelled because of the Covid-19 outbreak and shelter in place order. We are unsure if we will also need to cancel the May general meeting. We will update the status of the May general meeting as soon as possible. photo: Jerry Dodrill

March 28 – Mount Saint Helena Adopt-A-Crag – CANCELLED

February 28, 2020

Unfortunately, because of the Covid-19 outbreak and shelter in place orders, we had to cancel this event.

Alex Sebastian, Loie Sauer and Harrison Hood – Journey into the Ancient Kingdom of Lo

February 6, 2020

Location: Round Table Pizza, 2065 Occidental Road, Santa Rosa Time & Date: Tuesday, March 3, 2020 @ 7:30 PM (Social hour and free beer for members at 6:30) Directions: From Highway 101 at Santa Rosa go west on Highway 12 to Stony Point Road Exit. Go straight from the middle lane at the light onto Occidental Road. The Round Table Pizza is on the right just down the road. On their recent trip, Alex, Loie and Harrison journey with the American Himalayan Foundation a full day out of Pokhara, Nepal by jeep up the Kali Gandaki River, then 5 days by horseback through the ancient Kingdom of Lo to their final destination, Lo Monthang, the region’s walled capital city, founded in 1380. Now known as Upper Mustang, the region is located in the rain shadow of the Annapurna Range allowing them passage during the Himalayan monsoon season. Mustang is one of the last vestiges of pure Tibetan Buddhist culture. Ironically, this region of Nepal bulges northward into Tibet but so far China has respected Nepal’s border and therefore Mustang has not experienced the devastation that has resulted in Tibet. Along the way they visit many of the villages where the … READ MORE

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"Climb the mountains and get their good tidings. Nature's peace will flow into you as sunshine flows into trees. The winds will blow their own freshness into you, and the storms their energy, while cares will drop away from you like the leaves of Autumn."
— John Muir