Ben Nevis C.I.C. Meet 2023

At the end of March Tom, Josh, Steve, Paul and I stayed at the cosy CIC for four days of winter climbing. Hut Info Scottish Mountaineering Club ( Annoyingly conditions were great the week before and the week after! We had to contend with a freezing level above the summit and rain until the last […]

Scotland Trip 2023

There were 15 of us staying on the Ardverikie estate near Lagan in Scotland at the beginning of March based around an old farmhouse. The forecast had not been promising but the weather proved much better than expected. A lot was achieved during the week with people sharing their knowledge of the area and offering […]

AMC Newsletter

Monthly Newsletter February 2023 Welcome  Hello all and welcome to the monthly newsletter. Last month was missed, this is largely due to the AMC being a little quieter over the midwinter, with less trips, less opportunity for outdoor activities and everyone largely indoor climbing. However as the year speeds ahead and the days get longer […]

North Wales – January 2023

The weather forecast was poor for the weekend, but this did not deter a brave 12 who decided that as always North Wales was worth the risk. We knew winter conditions were unlikely and high winds a probability, but some excellent walking and scrambling beckoned. The crampons and ice axes were stowed once again ready […]

December Newsletter

Welcome  Hello all and welcome to the first issue of the monthly newsletter, which is also the Christmas issue! In this article you should hope to find out about what the club has been, and will be getting up to in the last month or so and the near future. As well as all things […]

Lundy 2022 Trip Report

Saturday – Just Another Manic Lundy! We all met bright and early in Ilfracombe to board the MS Oldenburg to make the 2hr crossing to Lundy. With the ferry swaying and rocking in the harbour we waited with anticipation to depart – luckily the weather was on our side and once we were in the […]

AMC in Kalymnos 2022

If, like me, you are a person for which many a climbing trip has involved trudging up a hill in the driving rain then read on my friend, you are doing it wrong. Kalymnos gained fame for rock climbing in 1996 after it was discovered by an Italian couple. Prior to this the main source […]

Cornwall 14-16th October 2022

With the arrival of the main group and the [boziˈgran] / [bɵˈzigrən] balance restored, Saturday saw us take it back to the 50s with non-stop classics. Me and Gwenver climbed the ledges of Ledge Climb and Vianney and Luke climbed the rib of Alison Rib. Andrew climbed Victor and Richard, or possibly the other way around. Luke topped out Big Top with Big Matt, while on Little Brown Jug I grabbed the medium sized jug, and later, the big ones.