Weekend Meets
See below for details of this year's meets

Coronavirus
We are now making plans for 2022, but please bear in mind that that may be subject to any Covid regulations in force at the time, and may have to be altered or cancelled.

Please take a lateral flow test before attending any meet.

 

To book onto a meet, click on the button to go to our WebCollect site.

(NB you will need to register separately with Webcollect)

Meet Organisers wanted

Your club needs you!

We aim to hold a weekend meet every month  (except November, due to the Christmas Meet usually taking place at the beginning of December). Usually we stay in climbing huts which provide cheap basic facilities in shared bunkhouse accommodation, or camping in the summer.  You will usually need to bring a sleeping bag and your own food.  Sometimes there is the option to eat in a nearby pub, and occasionally a communal meal may be arranged which is paid for separately from the meet itself.

 

Throughout the year there are usually a few longer trips arranged both in the UK and overseas.  

We need a volunteer on each meet to act as the meet organiser. This isn't very onerous, but it is essential for the smooth running of the meets. For more information, or to volunteer for this role on any of the meets, contact the Meets Secretary

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JANUARY 21-22

Corran Bunkhouse, Onich, Argyll

Corran Bunkhouse is conveniently situated for both Glencoe and Ben Nevis

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FEBRUARY 18-19

Newlands Valley, Lake District

Carlisle MC's hut with its famous pot-bellied stove, deep in the Newlands Valley,  is one of our favourites.

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MARCH 18-19

Bryn Hafod, Cwm Cywarch, Mid Wales

Hopefully this much-postponed meet will finally take place! This hut is splendidly placed close to the climbing on Craig Cywarch and walking in the Arans.

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JUNE 11-18

Cornwall camping meet - St Buryan

We will be staying at the lovely Tower Park Caravan and Campsite in St Buryan, near Lands End.  Plenty of superb sea cliff climbing, and excellent walking.  Please book direct with the campsite here and let Andy Crawley know you're coming

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AUGUST 13-20

Lundy Island, Bristol Channel

Not only is the climbing superb, but Lundy is a very special place, with spectacular coastal scenery and sheltered valleys, rich in wildflowers and wildlife .  As this trip was postponed from 2020 due to Covid all places in our accommodation at The Barn are already taken, however it may be possible to camp (please book this direct with the Landmark Trust)