We normally have a well planned programme offering weekend trips throughout the year for for climbing, walking and mountain biking.
During 2021 we have needed to be flexible, with the possibility of weekend trips only being finalised at short notice or rearranged. 

Every month, the club organises a weekend meet, which form the core of the club’s activities.
Summer meets are often camping, in the colder months we are generally based in a climbing club hut.
Dates given are the evenings for which accommodation is booked – typically Friday and Saturday evening, with daytime activities continuing on the Sunday, with an extra night or 2 for Bank Holidays.
In addition to this list, club members organise many more informal outings, from local biking, climbing and walking day trips in the Peak District to ski touring, sports climbing and alpine trips in Europe. Bookings are open to members (who have priority) and prospective members, as well as friends of members. Costs are generally around £10 per person per night for a Mountaineering Club hut.

For more information about our meets programme, please email us at

Friday 25th to Sunday 27th June (2 nights)
Lake District Camping, Eskdale

Summer camping in the Western Lakes for climbing, scrambling and walking, with good access to the Scafell tops.

Friday 23rd to Sunday 25th July (2 nights)
Capel Curig, North Wales

We will be camping at the Dolgam Campsite, LL24 0DS. Cost is £9 per person per night. (
Snowdonia in the summer provides plenty of light to climb, scramble and walk in the beautiful Welsh Mountains.

Friday 27th August to Sunday 5th September (9 Nights)
Port A Bhaigh Campsite, Altandhu, Ullapool IV26 2YR 

A stones’ throw from the amazing sea cliff climbing of Reiff, this beautiful seaside destination is well situated for walking on the beautiful peaks of Stac Pollaidh and Suilven and exploring this wild and remote part of Scotland.

Friday 24th to Sunday 26th September (2 nights)
Bosherston, Pembroke

Camping by the coast at Trefalen Farm (SA71 5DZ). Cost £7.50 per night.
Pembroke provides stunning sea cliff climbing and great walking along the Pembrokeshire coastal path.

Friday 8th to Sunday 10th October (2 nights)
Gower, Camping
Camping at Nicholaston Farm Caravan & Camping, Penmaen, SA3 2HL  
The sea cliffs of the Gower, in South Wales, are a great venue for friendly trad and sport climbing off the beach, swimming or just exploring.

Friday 19th to Sunday 21st November (2 nights)
Coniston, Lake District
Staying at the Low House hut in Coniston for our annual joint meet with the MAM club. A cracking location in the centre of Coniston, with a wealth of great walking including the famous Old Man. Dow Crag is nearby if conditions suit rock climbing – make sure you wrap up warm! Other climbing options are available..