On this meet we extend a special welcome to prospective members new to outdoor climbing. We’ve arranged professional guiding, coaching and loan of climbing equipment over 3 days for the subsidised price of £50. 6 people minimum needed to run this offer, closing date for instruction Tues 18th April. (Closing date for attendance on the meet without instruction, the Weds before the meet.)
The Peaks offer sport climbing and extensive trad climbing.
We recommend that those new to outdoors book themselves on a course before club climbing outside. We also recognise that the move to outdoor climbing from indoors takes more than a course or a single weekend and we are offering continued support in moving outside. On this May Day weekend, with sufficient demand, we will hire the services of an instructor to offer continued guidance as you put your skills into practice. Support can be flexible – guiding, coaching or more formal instruction, depending on your level.
For your £50, if you choose to join the MMC following the meet, you can upgrade to membership for just £13.25. This is the fee we pass on direct to the BMC. It entitles you to benefits including discounts and 3rd party insurance.
The Peak District is also a great location to join us for varied and interesting walking, bouldering and mountain biking. We will have three routes planned for different part of the Peak over the weekend.
For non-members – contact us at: firstname.lastname@example.org to be sure not to miss out.
Members – please come along to this meet to climb and walk with each other, have dinner at the pub on Saturday evening and to welcome our prospective new members. Look out for an email from Alix Harrower.
This is a camping meet. Campsite fees apply. The North Lees campsite has a few camping pods – which can be booked direct with the site for those without a tent. A small number of spaces may also be available in a shared tent, let Alix know if you need this. Other essential personal camping equipment: sleeping bag and mat.