New President of the Bulgarian Tourist Union

The 51st Extraordinary Congress of BTU took place on June 15th in Sofia. Assoc. Prof. Dr. Ventsi Rossmanov was elected President of BTU. He is also a Chairman of Tourist Association “Kaylushka dolina” – Pleven. A new Management Board and Supervisory Board were also elected.

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Minutes from the 20th BMU meeting, May 24-26, 2019, Korca, Albania

Welcome speech given by Jani Ziso, host and president of the Albanian Federation of Mountaineering & Climbing Welcome speech given by the mayor of Korca. In his opening words the BMU president Jovica Ugrinovski welcomed the delegates to the 20th BMU General meeting. All delegations were present. For the first time the EUMA officials were […]

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Balkan Mountaineering Union, Tetnuldi Expedition, Georgia, 19-25 August 2019

Climb Mount Tetnuldi 4858m Mount Tetnuldi is a majestic peak in the Caucasus and This is a great mountaineering peak in a true wilderness. Tetnuldi is the 10th highest peak of the Caucasus. The slopes of the mountain are glaciated generally above the 3,000 m line. The most prominent glacier of the mountain Mestia Mestia, […]

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Trekking tour – Macedonian Transversal

Mountaineering Club Transverzalec from Skopje, N. Macedonia is organizing a trekking tour: Macedonian Transversal July 6-14. Meeting point: Skopje Railroad station at noon. The tour participants will be welcomed by the hosts and the transport will be arranged to Staro Selo, followed by 3 hours hike to the mountain hut Ljuboten, the tour starting point. […]

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Proposed EUMA Membership fees 2020-2021

BMU General Assembly Korca – Albania, 25th of May 2019 Bojan Rotovnik, EUMA Vice-president EUMA MISSION and VISION (partly) – We cooperate with European institutions where we will represent the interests of our members. – We strive: 1. to include mountaineering in European Union priorities as an important factor of quality of life 2. to […]

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EUMA Strategy

Presentation for BMU GA 2019 EUMA Mission part 1 – We are the voice of European moutaineers – We understand mountaineering as sport activities for all in mountains and climbing areas (hiking, mountaineering and climbing) and all support activities (education, voluntary guiding, environmental awareness, mountain trails, mountain huts and climbing areas). – We stand for […]

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Turkish Mountaineering Federation

Since 1936 History of Turkish Mountaineering Federation The foundations of our federation were laid in 1936 under the name of Mountaineering and Winter Sports Community which was officially registered as Turkish Mountaineering Federation after the separation of mountaineering and skiing branches Branches of Turkish Mountaineering Federation Alpinism Sport Climbing Ski Mountaineering Canyoning Skyrunning Ice Climbing […]

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Czech Mountaineering Association

Czech Mountaineering Association Presentation for BMU GA 2019 Basical data 23.000 members (regular + registrated); 7.000 youths 395 clubs Budget: 800.000 EUR Service for members Travel insurance – limit 115.000 EUR Discounts on mountain huts in Slovakia and Slovenia Reciprocity in Alps trough PZS membership Education, courses, trainings .. International ativities Erasmus+ project Climbing for […]

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MOUNTAINEERING FEDERATION OF NORTH MACEDONIA

MOUNTAINEERING FEDERATION OF NORTH MACEDONIA FEDERACIJA ZA PLANINARSTVO NA SEVERNA MAKEDONIJA FOUNDED IN 1948 -WRITEN RECORDS -1921 FIRST ORGANIZED ASCENT TO TITOV VRV BY CROATIAN DOCTOR AND LOCAL INHABITANTS -1933 MOUNTAINEERING CLUB IN TETOVO 43 CLUBS 5.000 MEMBERS 100 CERTIFIED GUIDES Additional 100 are in different level of education MANAGEMENT -PRESIDENT -EXECUTIVE BOARD (strategy) -COMMISSIONS […]

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BMU MEETINGS & SHORT HISTORY

BMU MEETINGS BEFORE OFFICIAL REGISTRATION 18.10.2003 Vranje (Serbia) 31.10.2004 Osogovo (Bulgaria) 07.08.2005 Ohrid (Macedonia) 24.11.2006 Mavrovo (Macedonia) 19.10.2007 Kopaonik (Serbia) 28.10.2008 Kayseri (Turkey) 16.10.2009 Bjelasnica (Bosnia & Hercegovina) 16.10.2010 Nigde (Turkey) BMU MEETINGS AFTER OFFICIAL REGISTRATION • 15.10.2011 Plav (Montenegro) • 18.05.2012 Karlukovo (Bulgaria) • 28.05.2011 Skopje (Macedonia) • 06.10.2012 Llogora (Albania) • 01.06.2013 Litohoro […]

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