CORONAVIRUS – JUNE 2022
Since lockdown ended in England, club activities have now returned to normal, including Tuesday evening indoor climbing at Creation, day walks, social events, climbing trips and weekend camping and hut meets. We are now back to being our active, lively, sociable selves, and are hopeful we are able to continue this for the rest of 2022.
All members should respect any ongoing rules on social distancing, mask wearing, hand washing etc., and follow the requirements of climbing walls, huts and other facilities. We must also be aware of different rules that may apply in Wales and Scotland.
The following links for BMC guidance, are retained for reference for the time being. Hopefully they will not be needed. Note these requirements may have since been superseded by Government updates, local restrictions and specific policies of businesses, e.g. Climbing Walls.
4/4/22 – HUTS & MEETS
1/4/21 – RESTARTING MEETS
29/10/20 – HILL/MOUNTAIN ACTIVITIES
Make Friends – Find Activity Partners – Gain Skills – Adventure Outdoors !
Solihull Mountaineering Club welcomes rock climbers, mountaineers and hillwalkers from Solihull, Birmingham and across the West Midlands.
We are an active club, with a busy programme of weekends away, as well as social events, lectures and more.
Outdoor Mountaineering, Climbing and more!
Every month we have scheduled weekend meets, staying in mountaineering club cottages, bunkhouses or camping. We also have an enthusiastic network of members who arrange additional days out and weekends away.
We climb indoors at Creation Climbing Centre, 582 Moseley Rd, Birmingham B12 9AA on Tuesday evenings.
Club members regularly go bouldering at The Depot, 10 Sherlock St, Birmingham B5 6LU and also at Birmingham Bouldering Centre, 2 Water St, Birmingham, B3 1HL.
Other Club Activities
Other activities such as lectures, dinners and training events are often held at Old Edwardians Sports Club, Streetsbrook Road, Solihull, B90 3PE.
Climbing and mountaineering are activities with a danger of personal injury or death. Participants in these activities should be aware of and accept these risks and be responsible for their own actions.