Welcome to the Marylebone Mountaineering Club, one of London’s friendliest clubs. With fewer than 100 members, you can get to know people over a fairly short time.

We welcome new members of all levels of experience.

Interested? Contact us via info@themmc.org.uk and tell us what you want to do outdoors.

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Thanks for looking,

Alix Harrower



Latest news

Head to the hills in 2017

In January we will be staying at the popular George Starkey hut in Patterdale, in the heart of the Eastern Lake District. The mountain ranges of Helvellyn and the oddly named High Street are accessible on foot right from the door. Our proactive meets team have booked a year in […]

North Wales Dinner Meet Report 2016

By Nick Kemp The weather forecast was good and the MMC seems to have had far more than its share of good luck with winter weather in Snowdonia so it was with some optimism that the hard core bunch of MMC winter enthusiasts swept through the bible-black night to arrive […]

North Devon – Baggy Point, 22-24 July

By Sarah Morte (Fr. ‘Death’) Point on the north coast of Devon is so-called because of the number of shipwrecks that used to occur there. The pub in the local village of Mortehoe is known as The Ship Aground. Undeterred by the possibility of encounters with ‘wreckers’, however, the MMC […]

Borrowdale Meet Report

With fine weather promised for the end-May bank holiday weekend, many people made their way to the Borrowdale Chapel House Farm Camp Site, to enjoy the second-to-none climbing and walking opportunities on offer in the northern Lake District. Wendy and John (Chuck) arrived Thursday night. On Friday they climbed at […]

Summer Social in Tring

On Saturday 11th June 2016 the MMC will be having a social meet in Tring. There’s plenty to do, we’ll be organising a 10.1 mile circular walk starting from Tring railway station from 11.30am and finish up at The Grand Junction Arms for 6pm where we’ll reserve a table for […]

Cornwall May 2016

By Alix Dees It was a good idea of the committee to move the Cornwall meet to May from Easter, to try to ensure warmer conditions than the arctic ones endured in recent years. And although it looked as though the weather was determined to undermine this cunning plan by […]