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

The government has now announced the timetable for a phased release from lockdown, and activities will gradually be allowed to resume.  We are now planning to hold meets in huts for the rest of the year, but please note that these will be subject to Covid regulations, and may have to change or be cancelled.

Please take a lateral flow test before attending.

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.  

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 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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Bryn Hafod, Cwm Cywarch, Dinas Mawddwy

MAY 14-15

Our booking had been carried over from last year.

At present it seems very unlikely that Coronavirus restrictions will allow multiple households to share accommodation or that travel to Wales will be permitted, so this will not go ahead.

Duddon Valley, Lake District (camping)

MAY 21-22

Camping at Turner Hall Farm, in walking distance of Wallabarrow Crag and Coniston Old Man.  Please book direct with the campsite:


Cornwall (camping)

JUNE 12-19

Andy Crawley has arranged a full week at a campsite at St Buryan, near Land's End.  Book direct with the campsite:


Anglesey, Outdoor Alternative, Rhoscolyn (Camping)

JULY 2-3

Bookings not yet open

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Pembroke - Camping at St Petrox


We've picked this week to get the best of the tides and avoid the Bank Holiday. Contact Andy if interested.

The Range West safety briefing can now be carried out on-line and this is recommended in case we have the opportunity to visit this area, which is highly restricted as it is a live firing area (but no firing in August!)

Range West access briefing

Coniston Coppermines


A popular hut on the flanks of Coniston Old Man.  This booking has been carried over from 2020.

Penceunant Uchaf, Llanberis


Chester MC's hut can be found on the tourist path up Snowdon about 300m above Llanberis, Caenarfon. There is ample parking outside the hut From the hut there are wonderful views across the valley to Moel Eileo and also across Llanberis pass to Elidir Fawr.


This booking has been carried over from 2020.

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Agnes Spencer Hut, Patterdale


Another booking rearranged from last year.  The Agnes Spencer hut is located at Grisedale Bridge in Patterdale in the Lake District, ideally situated for climbing and walking in the Helvellyn range.

Outdoor Alternative, Rhoscolyn, Anglesey


We have booked one of the bunkhouses for the Christmas bash