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We’re heading back to Tayyabs for a Christmas feast on 6 December at 7.30pm. Join us for food, fun and MORE. Cost is £35 per person paid in advance (which includes about 3000 delicious courses) I have booked for 20 spaces but can increase if needed. Let me know if you have any dietary requirements ahead of time.More
Want to get away from it all for a weekend before Christmas? We are staying at Dolgoch hostel in the heart of the remote and beautiful Cambrian mountains. "A stay in this 17th century farmhouse will take you into an era before electricity" - though there is solar power for showers and some led lighting. Let's hope the sun shines. Gas cooker and wood burning stove. I believe they are supplying a warden.More
It’s been awhile: we had to postpone this two years ago. This rescheduled Hogmanay Special is now nearly upon us and we finally get to visit Ratagan SYHA. We have an exclusive booking of this intimate hostel, with stunning views over Loch Duich to Skye.
Glen Shiel is bounded north and south by long sweeping ridges, more Munros than you can count your fingers and toes on, including the spectacular Five Sisters and the edges of The Saddle and Sgurr na Sgine (Peak of the Knife). Noted for their accessibility the high peaks provide panoramic vistas of sea and islands.
Various glens leading into Kintail and Inverinate provide lower level walking, such as a visit to the magnificent Falls of Glomach. If you have a bike you can challenge the Bealach Ratagan: if you have a kayak you can launch it from the hostel garden: if you don’t you can launch yourself and swim with the otters and seals.
New Year itself will involve our usual shenanigans, including our traditional group prepared haggis supper. The long dark nights will provide ample opportunity for socialising and entertainment.
Let’s hope for some snow this year so we can dig out our axes and crampons and remind ourselves how to use them!More
We are staying at Smithys bunkhouse in the Black Mountains of the Brecon Beacons. Situated on a working hill farm. From here you can walk directly onto Sugar Loaf or Skirrid mountains. Accommodation includes 2 dorms of 12 and a common room with a log burner and a piano! Any maestros amongst us?
Sounds like a good pub at the end of the drive with food and a range of whiskies.
Staying at the ULGMC hut (Fallcliffe Cottage) between Hathersage and Grindleford. This has alpine style bunks in 3 dorms. Froggat, Stanage, Curbar, Millstone and many other popular destinations within easy reach.More
Staying at the Karabiner Club hut, 25 minutes walk through Padarn park to Llanberis and Petes Eats. You may camp in the grounds if you prefer. Stunning views of Snowdon, and towards Anglesey. The slate quarries, just 10 minutes walk, have 1500 trad, sport and adventure routes.More
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This year we have booked a chalet at Glenmore Lodge - Scotland's national outdoor training centre, in the heart of the Cairngorms. There will be the option to hire instructors for some winter skills training. Whilst snow is not guaranteed the northern Cairngorm plateau is the best bet at this time of year.More
Staying at the old schoolhouse in Helwith Bridge, owned by the Yorkshire Subterranean Society. Just down the road from Horton in Ribblesdale, if anyone is up for the 3 peaks challenge. You can eat at the Helwith Bridge Inn, including breakfast if you book in advance.More
Home of wild ponies, jail ale and the Hound of the Baskervilles. Wild moorland walking and climbing on the tors and Dewerstone. We are staying at the Fox Tor cafe bunkhouse in Princetown in the centre of the moor.More
We are staying at the Lancashire Climbing and Caving Club hut, located just below the slopes of the Old Man of Coniston. This is a very spacious hut in a peaceful setting alongside a beck and just below Walna Scar track.More
For our last hut trip of the season we are returning to the wonderful Isle of Skye, 5 years after our last visit. We are staying at Glenbrittle Youth Hostel, in a spectacular location at the base of the Cuillin ridge. Anyone up for the Inn Pin, or wild swimming in the Fairy Pools?More
Staying at the well equipped derbyshire pennine club hut in the village of Stoney Middleton.More
Celebrate with us, RMC's 70th anniversary with a Bank Holiday weekend at Capel Curig
Sign for dinner & Celiidh here & then book your accommodation via Plas y Brenin Packages or signing up to camp at Garth Farm https://www.garthfarmcampsite.co.uk/book/
n.b. bookings close 08/03/2024
Our annual festivities in an iconic location. Details to follow.More