The November pub meet is cancelled due to the AGM. Please come along to the next pub meet in December.
South Pembrokeshire has some of the best climbing in the country! We were lucky enough to experience it even though the weather forecast was against us. Jake, Robin and Geoff got several routes in on the polish free limestone at Saddle Head. Sea Mist HS 4a was ascended and reascended by Paul & Elaine and […]
Mid July saw the AMC send a contingent to North Pembrokeshire on a glorious weekend in the middle of a long hot summer. North Pembrokeshire is often overlooked as the attention is focused more on its more famous sibling to the south but there are some excellent delights to be had here. Geoff and Simon […]
Arriving late on Thursday in the darkness and crunching through frozen grass to our reserved empty field, we were in for a cold night. I’d had a slew of drop-out emails and the weather forecast for the coming days wasn’t a favourable one, with a band of low pressure coming in from the west. Only […]
The first club trip of 2018 saw 19 enthusiastic club members heading up to Patterdale to stay in the always popular George Starkey hut. Al and I had been watching the weather forecast and social media posts all week – every day the weekend forecast and conditions seemed to change – cold dry alternating with […]
We’ve been climbing for several hours through knee deep, energy sapping snow. The only exception to this was getting to the other side of a crevasse that would comfortably swallow my small car, along with the house it’s currently parked outside four and a half thousand miles away, and still have plenty of space for […]
A desert trad paradise Whenever I mention climbing in Jordan, most people are surprised to hear that there is any. Not only is there climbing, if you like big adventuress trad, it may be one of the best destinations in the world. This year was my second trip to Wadi Rum. This vast canyon system has […]