Tag: Outdoor climbing

Isle of Skye

What about bagging a few Munroe’s? Are you up for the challenge? Walking peaks and classic mountaineering routes to the harder climbs are included. Nearly 700 miles of coast line  hosts a wide variety of climbs that compliment the traditional Cuillin routes. Torrindon, Tellach, or Skye cullin, let’s see what we […]

Wye Valley in August

A convenient location for a climbing weekend. There are many sport climbing routes in the area’s former quarries. And there are trad climbing routes at Symonds Yat and Wintours Leap. These crags also offer multi-pitch climbs as well. Beware of the need to abseil on some of those routes, but […]

Commando Ridge

Easter in Cornwall

Join us for the Easter weekend at Lower Penderleath campsite. Walking, Climbing, Sea activities, you name there is something for all! Adults £12.50 each per night Sorry, no dogs allowed Campers are to depart by 11am on departure day No refunds for inclement weather, late arrivals or early departures PAYMENT […]

Social Climb: Bowles Rocks

Bowles Rocks is one of the more popular Southern Sandstone outcrops of southeast England, a soft sandstone of Cretaceous age near Tunbridge Wells. It is deservedly popular as it is a great spot for people of all ages and abilities to climb, with convenient onsite facilities and parking. Experienced climbers […]

MMC members at the AGM

Annual non-Christmas dinner

Another excuse to get merry, eat plenty of food, and talk about our favourite subject Joe’s beard, I meant the outdoors. We can talk about future plans, our next adventure together or just catch up. Come, it will be fun! For table reservation logistics, please let me know if you […]

Up the Valley rain or shine! Wye Valley September 2018

Up the Valley rain or shine! On an early Friday a few MMCers managed traffic and fat chips to reach Wye Valley, early enough to sneak a climb before dawn. At the Reception Campsite, we were greeted by a man (let’s call him “Larry”). Larry was a very friendly chap […]