Meets are what the club is all about. They're run by members, for members. The club thrives by having members take an active interest in the meets that are run. We typically agree the next year's meets - where we're going and who's organising which meet - at our AGM in October. The Frequently Asked Questions page offers advice on what to expect on a meet.
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Staying at Stonethwaite Farm campsite in the heart of Borrowdale, which has Scafell Pike and Great Gable at one end and Derwent water at the other.More
A mecca for gritstone routes and bouldering problems. The walking is good too. Look out for wallabies and oatcakes. We are staying at the Roaches campsite, opposite the Roaches tea room and within walking distance of Hen Cloud and the other crags. (£3pn, cash only).More
Popular climbing areas are Dancing Ledge, Cattle Troughs and Subliminal, to name but three , with sport climbing in nearby quarries. Other activities include the south west coast path, and swimming at Winspit. Not forgetting home pressed cider in The Square and Compass. Staying at Acton Field campsite in Langton Matravers. £12 single tents/ £18 double.More
Our annual trip for a weekend of volunteering has moved date and place this year - to Bethesda. Activities are taking place over 3 days again, Fri-Sun. There will be a free BBQ followed by live music on the Saturday night, and a curry on the Friday night if you can get there in time! Also on offer is early morning yoga, and a neolithic tool workshop. The campsite base is the Bethesda rugby club, on the banks of the Ogwen. For added incentive, the club will reimburse your camping/breakfast/packed lunch fees.
**PLEASE NOTE you must register with the Snowdonia Society by 15th July**
Staying at Gillside Farm campsite. At the foot of Helvellyn, close to Ullswater and Patterdale. The Travellers Rest pub is a five minute walk.More
"Scenic Welsh camping". Take your pick from walking, climbing, mountain biking, kayaking, coasteering.More
Staying at Oak house farm campsite (£6ppn), which also has a bunkhouse option. Fabulous walking nearby, including stretches of the Coast to Coast and Cleveland Way. Also Goathland for fans of steam trains and Heartbeat. Crags on the NYM for climbers include Park Nab, the Wainstones (also good for scrambling), Scugdale and Highcliffe Nab. The Feversham Arms is 1km down a quiet road, or the Lion Inn a short drive.More
Please note this is a BMC organised "Ready to Rock" and they have said there would be a possible 6 places available for a Rockhopper 2 day course.
Time: 8:30am to 4pm on both days
Location Swanage, Dancing Ledge, meet at the Spyway Carpark
Cost is based on the ratio of 6:1, so the cost is £60 per person per day: the Club has agreed to subsidise this from our training budget by 50%, so you will only be charged £60 for the two day course.
You will be resposnible for your own accommodation: there are places such as Camping at Tom's Field. You can book for the course here and then use the club's lift sharing feature to co-ordinate.
Home of the Hound of the Baskervilles, Princetown brewery, and the Merrivale stones also known as the Plague Market, with reference to the 17th century pandemic. Many climbing and bouldering options including the Dewerstone.More
Said to be named after the practice of lighting fires to warn of invasion. Climbing and walking options including the Beacons Horseshoe.More
Can't put it better than Wordsworth:
I behold these steep and lofty cliffs,
Which on a wild secluded scene impress
Thoughts of more deep seclusion; and connect
The landscape with the quiet of the sky."
First hut meet of the season, in limestone country.More
For our usual annual celebrations we have exclusive use of Buttermere YHA. The tiny hamlet of Buttermere has a couple of pubs, a cafe, and farm that produces excellent ice cream from its own cows. The lake of the same name is surrounded by some of the finest high fells that the Lake District can offer and is famous as a wild swimming venue.
Expect a range of the usual activities to be confirmed.