Climbing clubs, societies & organisations

Search Results

Listed below are the Climbing clubs, organisations and societies listed in the Which Club database. If you are a member of a Climbing club, Climbing group or Climbing society which isnt listed please add your club here.

Click on a club title to display more information and contact details.

 Club Name Category Town County
Barnsley Mountaineering ClubClimbingBarnsleyYorkshire
Barnsley Mountaineering Club was founded on 2 February 1946 at a time when many similar clubs were being set up around the country. The Barnsley Club however has outlived many of these clubs and continues to draw on a wide membership not only from Barnsley and Sheffield but across the North of England. Meets are held once a month in all mountain areas for walking, climbing and skiing. ...

Bowline Climbing Club ClimbingLeicesterWest Midlands
The Bowline Climbing Club is an active and friendly Leicester based club. It holds regular meets throughout the UK and further afield. As well as rock climbing club members participate in many other activities such as hill walking, ice climbing, mountaineering, cycling, mountain biking, running, mountain marathons, kayaking, paragliding, downhill skiing and ski touring. The club meets socially every W...

Kendal Mountaineering ClubClimbingkendalCumbria
Kendal Mountaineering Club (KMC) is in an active and friendly Kendal based club. We hold regular meets throughout the year locally and beyond.

As well as drinking climbing, members participate in many other outdoor activities basically anything outdoors & in the hills.

We meet, socially, every Thursday at the Castle Inn, Castle Street, Kendal from about 9.30 onwards; In winter you will usually ...


High Peak Climbing GroupClimbingDerbyshire
The High Peak Climbing Group is a small, friendly club that meets and climbs mainly in the Derbyshire Peak District. Meets are also held in elsewhere with trips to most climbing areas in the UK, Spain, France and elsewhere in Europe. We are a group of people who enjoy climbing in a friendly and relaxed atmosphere with like-minded companions. We meet at the crag on alternate Sundays all year, and as you...

Cheylesmore Open Climbing ClubClimbingCoventryWest Midlands
Open climbing club for over 18's. Monday evening 5.30pm - 9.30pm and Thursday evening 7.30pm - 9.30pm. Purpose built introductory wall, using natural holds in concrete compound blocks, 3 metres high x 9 metres long. Traversing wall, mixture of natural and bolt on resin holds, overhang features, 3 metres high x 50 metres long. Abseil platform 4 metres high. A small, but exciting wall. Ideal for beginners a...

Colchester Climbing ClubClimbingColchesterEssex
Colchester Climbing Club meets at the climbing wall at Essex University on a Monday 8.30 to 10pm & Thursday 8 to 10pm. If you have experience of climbing and know how to tie in, belay and lower off safely etc you are welcome to come down at any time. If you are a novice we hold introductory sessions on one week every month on the Monday and Thursday evenings. Sessions for non members are 5 and for...

Vagabond Mountainering ClubClimbingMerseyside
The Vagabonds are a small climbing and mountaineering club centred around the Merseyside area. Club is possibly the wrong word; we are really a loosely affiliated group of individuals united in our dislike for bureaucracies and we are also very good mates! Grades climbed vary from VS to E7, we do boast a female member of the British climbing team, but the majority are climbing comfortably at the HVS/E3 leve...

Thames Valley Climbing ClubClimbingTeddingtonMiddlesex
Based in the West London area, the Thames Valley Climbing Club (TVCC) welcomes anybody interested in climbing or mountaineering from beginner to expert. The club has its main social meet on the first Tuesday of every month starting at 8.30PM. (Occasionally this is changed, please contact us to check arrangements before a first visit.) ...

Swindon Mountaineering ClubClimbingWiltshire
Swindon Mountaineering Club is a friendly club that caters for a wide range of outdoor pursuits including rock climbing, mountaineering, mountain biking, hiking and skiing. We meet regularly at the Swindon climbing wall and at the Steam Railway pub in Swindon's Old Town on a Tuesday at 9:30pm...

Fell and Rock Climbing ClubClimbingLeedsYorkshire
We are an active club for mountaineers and rock climbers. Our main purpose is to encourage members in these pursuits by arranging meets and providing huts. We also involve ourselves in protecting the amenities of the Lake District and promoting the general interest of mountaineers. It has great features for members and non-members. The Rock climbing section has evolved from the New Developments area of ...

Karabiner Mountaineering ClubClimbingManchester
The centrally based Manchester mountaineering and rock climbing club. We are a very active club, with regular outdoor meets nearly every weekend throughout the year. We generally go rock climbing during the summer, with walking, scrambling and winter mountaineering during the cooler months....

Clogwyn Mountaineerings Club ClimbingDerbyshire
The Clogwyn Mountaineerings club are a friendly and dynamic organisation for all ages. Weekly climbing meets, sunday walks and regular national and international away meets are the basis of the club's activities, and with fully fitted club hut in Wales, opportunities are open ended. ...

Bowline Climbing ClubClimbingCountesthorpeLeicestershire
The Bowline Climbing Club is an active club based in and around Leicester. Members enjoy activities such as rock climbing, fell running, orienteering, mountain biking, skiing and any other disciplines that get them out into the hills. The Bowline is an affiliated club to the BMC. As a member of the club you are also enrolled as a 'club member' to the BMC. The BMC (British Mountaineering Council) are the ...

Alpine Club ClimbingLondon
The Alpine Club is the only national club for Alpinists and is the World's first mountaineering club. For a century and a half its members have been at the leading edge of worldwide mountaineering development and exploration. We aim to be the club of choice for all mountaineers. We provide a forum for sharing experiences and information. We welcome all mountaineers. The AC promotes a code of climbing eth...

Bassetlaw Hill & Mountain ClubClimbingWorksopNottinghamshire
The Bassetlaw Hill & Mountain Club was formed in 1999 and is affiliated to the British Mountaineering Council. The club has around 40 members, mainly from the North Notts, Derbyshire and South Yorkshire areas, meeting at the Worksop Cricket Club, Central Avenue, in Worksop on the first Wednesday of each month at 8.00pm. The club's activities are concentrated on the mountaineering disciplines of Hill W...


page: 1 | 2     next >>

19 records found

Sponsored Links