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Clwyd MC is an active club with climbing meets arranged every Sunday all year round. Mid-week we have meets on Tuesday and Wednesday evenings when the days are longer. These are currently the coastal rock meets on a Tuesday evening … Continue reading

For those that are keen to improve their climbing grade, Clwyd MC offers climbing coaching. Normally we have at least one coaching weekend in the year when experienced members offer their services. This year we also had coaches from Plas … Continue reading

Clwyd Mountaineering Club began its life as Denbighshire Mountaineering Club in 1969. The Club was formed by a small, active group of climbers of generally average ability, who wanted to establish a circle of friends with whom they could climb … Continue reading

Throughout the year there are many club trips organised by members to venues in the UK and abroad. These are posted on the meets section of the website and in “The Clwydian” and include walking, mountaineering and rock climbing. They … Continue reading

The Thursday Evening Clwyd Rock meets are open to all current and prospective members. The venues are chosen to suit all grades of climbing ability and are spread across the area to give all a reasonable opportunity after work. They … Continue reading

Clwyd Mountaineering Club currently has the following committee members: Chairman Peter Friend Vice Chairman Liam Hughes Honorary Secretary Tim Davies Membership Secretary Paul Ross Entertainments Officer Jon Price Honorary Treasurer Alun Ward Journal Editor Jane Kenney BMC Representative & Conservation … Continue reading

The clubs constitution is a vital part of how our club works. We invite you to read it and even re-read it if it’s been a few years. You can download the document here Name The name of the club shall … Continue reading

Club events are now taking place indoors and outdoors. The outdoor events carry low risks but indoor events require some consideration from attendees. To reduce the risk of spreading Covid-19 to others, the club recommends that, before attending an indoor … Continue reading

Eligibility Membership is open to people over 18 years old. We welcome enthusiastic new members of all abilities interested in climbing and mountain activities. Persons under the age of 18 may be admitted as family members. Membership Fees Membership fees … Continue reading

Benefits of club membership include: The Clwydian A printed copy of the club magazine (The Clwydian) twice per year. Events and Coaching Access to all club events, at home and abroad. This includes club trips, social meets such as the … Continue reading

The committee meets 4 times a year. The minutes of these meetings are published on the website but are only available for members to view. Continue reading

During the Summer there is a North Wales coast evening rock meet every Tuesday night for a 4 month period from May to August and a different crag will be visited each week. The programme makes full use of the … Continue reading

Any member can organise a trip or event. However, if you want to ask the club to consider covering some financial outlay (say a hut booking) then you are expected to have planned far enough in advance to place your … Continue reading

Martin Worthy is the co-ordinator and will post details of the weekly climbing meet on the club bulletin board. Meets are usually held in Snowdonia on a Sunday and in the past year we have visited (amongst others): Y Moelwynion … Continue reading

1. Name The Name of the Club shall be Clwyd Mountaineering Club. 2. Objectives of the club To promote the interests of climbing, hill walking and mountaineering amongst members of the Club. To provide an opportunity for members of the … Continue reading

The Clwydian is the journal of the Clwyd Mountaineering Club. It is produced twice a year and covers Club events and activities of club members as well as other mountain-related items. Below are links to the latest and past issues. … Continue reading

We hold walks & scrambles in North Wales at least every fortnight. Any suggestions for future walks or offers of volunteering to co-ordinate a walk or scramble should be forwarded to the walks co-ordinators (David Evans and Mark Evans). Mark … Continue reading

David Evans and Mark Evans are the co-ordinators and regular walks and scrambles are organised. Details can be found in the meets section and forums of the website. Existing and prospective members are welcome to attend.