Tag: walking

North Devon

Devon has hundreds of fantastic trad routes and bouldering of all grades and styles, on a variety of rock types in great locations. Devon caters for all climbing tastes and experience levels, from long adventurous routes on remote sea cliffs to bouldering on granite tors, and everything in between. Walks […]

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 to name just a few choice spots. Some of these crags also offer multi-pitch climbs as well, but worth noting […]

Commando Ridge

Easter in Cornwall

Join us for the Easter weekend at Lower Penderleath campsite. Walking, climbing, sea activities… you name it, there is something for all! Adults £12.50 each per night Campers are to depart by 11am on departure day No refunds for inclement weather, late arrivals or early departures Payments in cash on […]

Social Walk: Ashridge and Ivinghoe Beacon

It’s that time of year again where the weather doesn’t know what’s going on, so we’re heading off for a walk in the lovely Ashridge and maybe even the Ivinghoe Beacon. It boasts some of the finest views in the Chiltern Hills and woodlands, chalk meadows. The bluebells may be […]

2022 Three Seasons at the Lakes

Author: Anna Zed This winter meet at the Lake District was quite something. Brownie points to those that made it north for the Lakes meet as three different storms battered Britain in 7 days! With the predicted gales from Storm Eunice on the day of travel many of the attendees started […]

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 […]