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The Rucksack Club is privileged to have one of the biggest and most varied programme of meets of any British mountaineering club. Our outdoor meets programme has over 50 meets (weekends or longer) throughout the year. We have a regular programme of Wednesday evening climbing – outdoor during the summer months and indoor during winter – and there is a very active Wednesday Walkers group. In the winter months we have a regular mid-week indoor lecture programme from both members and invited national and international speakers.

 

Meets Calendar: Hover over any event to see details. Click to open event (then scroll to see more info).
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  • Joint MUMC Meet, Craigallan

    All day
    03/03/2018-04/03/2018

    Whether it’s swinging your axes, carving your skis or bagging a Munro, I hope you can join us for a weekend.
    I will be making a meal for the Saturday night, please let me if you have any dietary requirements.
    If the conditions are too bad, I will cancel this meet nearer to the time, to be rearranged for another time.
    Please let me know if you can make this meet by the 28th Feb.
    Details in hand book.
    Cheers Steven Gregory

  • Winter Sun Rock Meet: Spain

    All day
    03/03/2018-10/03/2018

    Hello SunRockers!
    The votes are in, and there’s plenty of interest in more sun and rock in 2018, with most of you happy to ‘go with the flow’! Of those who had a preference, the clear majority are in favour of the SunRock Meet to be in the Sierra de Prades in Catalunya in March [note this Meet was originally planned for mid-Feb].
    Here’s a bit more information to whet the appetite:
    The Sierra de Prades aka ‘Costa Dorada’ or ‘Tarragona’ includes iconic crags like Siurana, Margalef, Montral, Arboli and La Mussara amongst the offerings, see http://www.climb-europe.com/RockClimbingSpain/Sierra-de-Prades.html. With over 5,000 routes in the area, there are plenty of options.
    Flights into Barcelona are regular and cheap – from £40 return!

    More information in December’s Meetstaff and updates on the Website in due course.

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  • Joint MUMC Meet, Craigallan

    All day
    04/03/2018-04/03/2018

    Whether it’s swinging your axes, carving your skis or bagging a Munro, I hope you can join us for a weekend.
    I will be making a meal for the Saturday night, please let me if you have any dietary requirements.
    If the conditions are too bad, I will cancel this meet nearer to the time, to be rearranged for another time.
    Please let me know if you can make this meet by the 28th Feb.
    Details in hand book.
    Cheers Steven Gregory

  • Winter Sun Rock Meet: Spain

    All day
    04/03/2018-10/03/2018

    Hello SunRockers!
    The votes are in, and there’s plenty of interest in more sun and rock in 2018, with most of you happy to ‘go with the flow’! Of those who had a preference, the clear majority are in favour of the SunRock Meet to be in the Sierra de Prades in Catalunya in March [note this Meet was originally planned for mid-Feb].
    Here’s a bit more information to whet the appetite:
    The Sierra de Prades aka ‘Costa Dorada’ or ‘Tarragona’ includes iconic crags like Siurana, Margalef, Montral, Arboli and La Mussara amongst the offerings, see http://www.climb-europe.com/RockClimbingSpain/Sierra-de-Prades.html. With over 5,000 routes in the area, there are plenty of options.
    Flights into Barcelona are regular and cheap – from £40 return!

    More information in December’s Meetstaff and updates on the Website in due course.

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  • Winter Sun Rock Meet: Spain

    All day
    05/03/2018-10/03/2018

    Hello SunRockers!
    The votes are in, and there’s plenty of interest in more sun and rock in 2018, with most of you happy to ‘go with the flow’! Of those who had a preference, the clear majority are in favour of the SunRock Meet to be in the Sierra de Prades in Catalunya in March [note this Meet was originally planned for mid-Feb].
    Here’s a bit more information to whet the appetite:
    The Sierra de Prades aka ‘Costa Dorada’ or ‘Tarragona’ includes iconic crags like Siurana, Margalef, Montral, Arboli and La Mussara amongst the offerings, see http://www.climb-europe.com/RockClimbingSpain/Sierra-de-Prades.html. With over 5,000 routes in the area, there are plenty of options.
    Flights into Barcelona are regular and cheap – from £40 return!

    More information in December’s Meetstaff and updates on the Website in due course.

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  • Winter Sun Rock Meet: Spain

    All day
    06/03/2018-10/03/2018

    Hello SunRockers!
    The votes are in, and there’s plenty of interest in more sun and rock in 2018, with most of you happy to ‘go with the flow’! Of those who had a preference, the clear majority are in favour of the SunRock Meet to be in the Sierra de Prades in Catalunya in March [note this Meet was originally planned for mid-Feb].
    Here’s a bit more information to whet the appetite:
    The Sierra de Prades aka ‘Costa Dorada’ or ‘Tarragona’ includes iconic crags like Siurana, Margalef, Montral, Arboli and La Mussara amongst the offerings, see http://www.climb-europe.com/RockClimbingSpain/Sierra-de-Prades.html. With over 5,000 routes in the area, there are plenty of options.
    Flights into Barcelona are regular and cheap – from £40 return!

    More information in December’s Meetstaff and updates on the Website in due course.

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  • Winter Sun Rock Meet: Spain

    All day
    07/03/2018-10/03/2018

    Hello SunRockers!
    The votes are in, and there’s plenty of interest in more sun and rock in 2018, with most of you happy to ‘go with the flow’! Of those who had a preference, the clear majority are in favour of the SunRock Meet to be in the Sierra de Prades in Catalunya in March [note this Meet was originally planned for mid-Feb].
    Here’s a bit more information to whet the appetite:
    The Sierra de Prades aka ‘Costa Dorada’ or ‘Tarragona’ includes iconic crags like Siurana, Margalef, Montral, Arboli and La Mussara amongst the offerings, see http://www.climb-europe.com/RockClimbingSpain/Sierra-de-Prades.html. With over 5,000 routes in the area, there are plenty of options.
    Flights into Barcelona are regular and cheap – from £40 return!

    More information in December’s Meetstaff and updates on the Website in due course.

  • Walk: Chinley Chapel 055820. 8.5 miles

    10:00 -17:00
    07/03/2018

    Chapel Milton, South Head, Roych Clough, Sparrowpit, Bagshaw.  Pub Wanted, Sparrowpit.   Details Chris Massey.

  • Climbing: Awesome Walls, Stockport

    18:00 -22:00
    07/03/2018

    Awesome Walls, Pearl Mill, Stockport Rd W, Bredbury, Stockport SK6 2BP, UK

    Awesome Walls, Pearl Mill, Stockport Rd W, Bredbury, Stockport SK6 2BP, UK

    Over the winter we meet every Wednesday evening at Awesome Walls Climbing Centre, Stockport, from 6pm.

    Pub: The Railway, Avenue Street, SK1 2BZ

    Co-ordinator: John Jefferies

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  • Winter Sun Rock Meet: Spain

    All day
    08/03/2018-10/03/2018

    Hello SunRockers!
    The votes are in, and there’s plenty of interest in more sun and rock in 2018, with most of you happy to ‘go with the flow’! Of those who had a preference, the clear majority are in favour of the SunRock Meet to be in the Sierra de Prades in Catalunya in March [note this Meet was originally planned for mid-Feb].
    Here’s a bit more information to whet the appetite:
    The Sierra de Prades aka ‘Costa Dorada’ or ‘Tarragona’ includes iconic crags like Siurana, Margalef, Montral, Arboli and La Mussara amongst the offerings, see http://www.climb-europe.com/RockClimbingSpain/Sierra-de-Prades.html. With over 5,000 routes in the area, there are plenty of options.
    Flights into Barcelona are regular and cheap – from £40 return!

    More information in December’s Meetstaff and updates on the Website in due course.

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  • Winter Sun Rock Meet: Spain

    All day
    09/03/2018-10/03/2018

    Hello SunRockers!
    The votes are in, and there’s plenty of interest in more sun and rock in 2018, with most of you happy to ‘go with the flow’! Of those who had a preference, the clear majority are in favour of the SunRock Meet to be in the Sierra de Prades in Catalunya in March [note this Meet was originally planned for mid-Feb].
    Here’s a bit more information to whet the appetite:
    The Sierra de Prades aka ‘Costa Dorada’ or ‘Tarragona’ includes iconic crags like Siurana, Margalef, Montral, Arboli and La Mussara amongst the offerings, see http://www.climb-europe.com/RockClimbingSpain/Sierra-de-Prades.html. With over 5,000 routes in the area, there are plenty of options.
    Flights into Barcelona are regular and cheap – from £40 return!

    More information in December’s Meetstaff and updates on the Website in due course.

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  • Joint meet with Craven Pothole Club @ Horton-in-Ribblesdale

    All day
    10/03/2018-11/03/2018

    This meet will be held at Ivy Cottage, the Craven Club’s excellent property located in the heart of the Yorkshire Dales.
    We are welcome to use the Cottage for the weekend and  avail ourselves of the extensive facilities. As this is a joint meet it would be preferable to cater individually. Ingleton and Settle both have Fish and Chip shops, and The Crown next door (yes, that’s next door!) serves bar meals and fine ales.
    Saturday 10th. This trip will be ‘suitable for novices/easy SRT’. The exact nature of the day will be determined by the level of experience and aspirations of meet attendees.
    Sunday 11th. Craven Club are planning a trip down Roaring Hole, a Grade 3 pothole requiring a range of techniques including SRT. Members with suitable experience will be welcome to join. Depending on demand and the availability of a leader it may be possible to arrange an easy ‘walk in’ cave. Also planned is climbing at Twistleton Scar.

    The Meet co-ordinator would like some idea of numbers/ aspirations / requirements in advance if possible. Please get in touch with any queries.

    More information in December’s Meetstaff

  • Winter Alpine Meet & Igloo Meet

    All day
    10/03/2018-17/03/2018

    Arguably the jewel in the crown of alpine mountain resorts is Chamonix Mont Blanc. The town has been at the leading edge of mountaineering ever since 1760, when a Genevois scientist offered a prize for the first ascent of its 4,808m peak. Chamonix dominated the Victorian golden era of alpine mountaineering and hosted the first ever Winter Olympics in 1924. Today Cham’ is a truly International destination and undisputed capital of all-mountain skiing. That’s why in 2006 the Rucksack Club ran its
    first Winter Alpine Meet here in the valley.

    So whether your aspirations take you towards the 20km off piste Valley Blanche; gentle cross country through the forests, winter climbs, long easy cruising pistes or the famous “Vert” World Cup Men’s Down Hill course you won’t be disappointed. During the week members will be piste skiing (beginner to advanced), off piste skiing, snow shoeing, cross country skiing, Ice climbing, ski touring, ski mountaineering and “Igloo-ing”.

    After a long day in the hills R&R can include skating, swimming, sauna, hot tub, fine dining and dancing until the early hours… although curling up in front of a log fire with a good book and a single malt also seems popular for some reason!

    Further details will be posted on the Website

  • Winter Sun Rock Meet: Spain

    All day
    10/03/2018-10/03/2018

    Hello SunRockers!
    The votes are in, and there’s plenty of interest in more sun and rock in 2018, with most of you happy to ‘go with the flow’! Of those who had a preference, the clear majority are in favour of the SunRock Meet to be in the Sierra de Prades in Catalunya in March [note this Meet was originally planned for mid-Feb].
    Here’s a bit more information to whet the appetite:
    The Sierra de Prades aka ‘Costa Dorada’ or ‘Tarragona’ includes iconic crags like Siurana, Margalef, Montral, Arboli and La Mussara amongst the offerings, see http://www.climb-europe.com/RockClimbingSpain/Sierra-de-Prades.html. With over 5,000 routes in the area, there are plenty of options.
    Flights into Barcelona are regular and cheap – from £40 return!

    More information in December’s Meetstaff and updates on the Website in due course.

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  • Joint meet with Craven Pothole Club @ Horton-in-Ribblesdale

    All day
    11/03/2018-11/03/2018

    This meet will be held at Ivy Cottage, the Craven Club’s excellent property located in the heart of the Yorkshire Dales.
    We are welcome to use the Cottage for the weekend and  avail ourselves of the extensive facilities. As this is a joint meet it would be preferable to cater individually. Ingleton and Settle both have Fish and Chip shops, and The Crown next door (yes, that’s next door!) serves bar meals and fine ales.
    Saturday 10th. This trip will be ‘suitable for novices/easy SRT’. The exact nature of the day will be determined by the level of experience and aspirations of meet attendees.
    Sunday 11th. Craven Club are planning a trip down Roaring Hole, a Grade 3 pothole requiring a range of techniques including SRT. Members with suitable experience will be welcome to join. Depending on demand and the availability of a leader it may be possible to arrange an easy ‘walk in’ cave. Also planned is climbing at Twistleton Scar.

    The Meet co-ordinator would like some idea of numbers/ aspirations / requirements in advance if possible. Please get in touch with any queries.

    More information in December’s Meetstaff

  • Winter Alpine Meet & Igloo Meet

    All day
    11/03/2018-17/03/2018

    Arguably the jewel in the crown of alpine mountain resorts is Chamonix Mont Blanc. The town has been at the leading edge of mountaineering ever since 1760, when a Genevois scientist offered a prize for the first ascent of its 4,808m peak. Chamonix dominated the Victorian golden era of alpine mountaineering and hosted the first ever Winter Olympics in 1924. Today Cham’ is a truly International destination and undisputed capital of all-mountain skiing. That’s why in 2006 the Rucksack Club ran its
    first Winter Alpine Meet here in the valley.

    So whether your aspirations take you towards the 20km off piste Valley Blanche; gentle cross country through the forests, winter climbs, long easy cruising pistes or the famous “Vert” World Cup Men’s Down Hill course you won’t be disappointed. During the week members will be piste skiing (beginner to advanced), off piste skiing, snow shoeing, cross country skiing, Ice climbing, ski touring, ski mountaineering and “Igloo-ing”.

    After a long day in the hills R&R can include skating, swimming, sauna, hot tub, fine dining and dancing until the early hours… although curling up in front of a log fire with a good book and a single malt also seems popular for some reason!

    Further details will be posted on the Website

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  • Winter Alpine Meet & Igloo Meet

    All day
    12/03/2018-17/03/2018

    Arguably the jewel in the crown of alpine mountain resorts is Chamonix Mont Blanc. The town has been at the leading edge of mountaineering ever since 1760, when a Genevois scientist offered a prize for the first ascent of its 4,808m peak. Chamonix dominated the Victorian golden era of alpine mountaineering and hosted the first ever Winter Olympics in 1924. Today Cham’ is a truly International destination and undisputed capital of all-mountain skiing. That’s why in 2006 the Rucksack Club ran its
    first Winter Alpine Meet here in the valley.

    So whether your aspirations take you towards the 20km off piste Valley Blanche; gentle cross country through the forests, winter climbs, long easy cruising pistes or the famous “Vert” World Cup Men’s Down Hill course you won’t be disappointed. During the week members will be piste skiing (beginner to advanced), off piste skiing, snow shoeing, cross country skiing, Ice climbing, ski touring, ski mountaineering and “Igloo-ing”.

    After a long day in the hills R&R can include skating, swimming, sauna, hot tub, fine dining and dancing until the early hours… although curling up in front of a log fire with a good book and a single malt also seems popular for some reason!

    Further details will be posted on the Website

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  • Winter Alpine Meet & Igloo Meet

    All day
    13/03/2018-17/03/2018

    Arguably the jewel in the crown of alpine mountain resorts is Chamonix Mont Blanc. The town has been at the leading edge of mountaineering ever since 1760, when a Genevois scientist offered a prize for the first ascent of its 4,808m peak. Chamonix dominated the Victorian golden era of alpine mountaineering and hosted the first ever Winter Olympics in 1924. Today Cham’ is a truly International destination and undisputed capital of all-mountain skiing. That’s why in 2006 the Rucksack Club ran its
    first Winter Alpine Meet here in the valley.

    So whether your aspirations take you towards the 20km off piste Valley Blanche; gentle cross country through the forests, winter climbs, long easy cruising pistes or the famous “Vert” World Cup Men’s Down Hill course you won’t be disappointed. During the week members will be piste skiing (beginner to advanced), off piste skiing, snow shoeing, cross country skiing, Ice climbing, ski touring, ski mountaineering and “Igloo-ing”.

    After a long day in the hills R&R can include skating, swimming, sauna, hot tub, fine dining and dancing until the early hours… although curling up in front of a log fire with a good book and a single malt also seems popular for some reason!

    Further details will be posted on the Website

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  • Winter Alpine Meet & Igloo Meet

    All day
    14/03/2018-17/03/2018

    Arguably the jewel in the crown of alpine mountain resorts is Chamonix Mont Blanc. The town has been at the leading edge of mountaineering ever since 1760, when a Genevois scientist offered a prize for the first ascent of its 4,808m peak. Chamonix dominated the Victorian golden era of alpine mountaineering and hosted the first ever Winter Olympics in 1924. Today Cham’ is a truly International destination and undisputed capital of all-mountain skiing. That’s why in 2006 the Rucksack Club ran its
    first Winter Alpine Meet here in the valley.

    So whether your aspirations take you towards the 20km off piste Valley Blanche; gentle cross country through the forests, winter climbs, long easy cruising pistes or the famous “Vert” World Cup Men’s Down Hill course you won’t be disappointed. During the week members will be piste skiing (beginner to advanced), off piste skiing, snow shoeing, cross country skiing, Ice climbing, ski touring, ski mountaineering and “Igloo-ing”.

    After a long day in the hills R&R can include skating, swimming, sauna, hot tub, fine dining and dancing until the early hours… although curling up in front of a log fire with a good book and a single malt also seems popular for some reason!

    Further details will be posted on the Website

  • Walk: lay-by on A625 approx 092822. 10 miles

    10:00 -17:00
    14/03/2018

    Brown Knoll, Crowden Tower, Grindslow Knoll, Edale, Chapel Gate.  Pub Nag’s Head, Edale.  Details Les Watt.

  • Climbing: Awesome Walls, Stockport

    18:00 -22:00
    14/03/2018

    Awesome Walls, Pearl Mill, Stockport Rd W, Bredbury, Stockport SK6 2BP, UK

    Awesome Walls, Pearl Mill, Stockport Rd W, Bredbury, Stockport SK6 2BP, UK

    Over the winter we meet every Wednesday evening at Awesome Walls Climbing Centre, Stockport, from 6pm.

    Pub: The Railway, Avenue Street, SK1 2BZ

    Co-ordinator: John Jefferies

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  • Winter Alpine Meet & Igloo Meet

    All day
    15/03/2018-17/03/2018

    Arguably the jewel in the crown of alpine mountain resorts is Chamonix Mont Blanc. The town has been at the leading edge of mountaineering ever since 1760, when a Genevois scientist offered a prize for the first ascent of its 4,808m peak. Chamonix dominated the Victorian golden era of alpine mountaineering and hosted the first ever Winter Olympics in 1924. Today Cham’ is a truly International destination and undisputed capital of all-mountain skiing. That’s why in 2006 the Rucksack Club ran its
    first Winter Alpine Meet here in the valley.

    So whether your aspirations take you towards the 20km off piste Valley Blanche; gentle cross country through the forests, winter climbs, long easy cruising pistes or the famous “Vert” World Cup Men’s Down Hill course you won’t be disappointed. During the week members will be piste skiing (beginner to advanced), off piste skiing, snow shoeing, cross country skiing, Ice climbing, ski touring, ski mountaineering and “Igloo-ing”.

    After a long day in the hills R&R can include skating, swimming, sauna, hot tub, fine dining and dancing until the early hours… although curling up in front of a log fire with a good book and a single malt also seems popular for some reason!

    Further details will be posted on the Website

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  • Winter Alpine Meet & Igloo Meet

    All day
    16/03/2018-17/03/2018

    Arguably the jewel in the crown of alpine mountain resorts is Chamonix Mont Blanc. The town has been at the leading edge of mountaineering ever since 1760, when a Genevois scientist offered a prize for the first ascent of its 4,808m peak. Chamonix dominated the Victorian golden era of alpine mountaineering and hosted the first ever Winter Olympics in 1924. Today Cham’ is a truly International destination and undisputed capital of all-mountain skiing. That’s why in 2006 the Rucksack Club ran its
    first Winter Alpine Meet here in the valley.

    So whether your aspirations take you towards the 20km off piste Valley Blanche; gentle cross country through the forests, winter climbs, long easy cruising pistes or the famous “Vert” World Cup Men’s Down Hill course you won’t be disappointed. During the week members will be piste skiing (beginner to advanced), off piste skiing, snow shoeing, cross country skiing, Ice climbing, ski touring, ski mountaineering and “Igloo-ing”.

    After a long day in the hills R&R can include skating, swimming, sauna, hot tub, fine dining and dancing until the early hours… although curling up in front of a log fire with a good book and a single malt also seems popular for some reason!

    Further details will be posted on the Website

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  • Mountain Biking from High Moss

    All day
    17/03/2018-18/03/2018

    Come along and join us, its the same routine as always.
    Mark will lead a mountain bike route Saturday and Sunday…but please all welcome, biking or not, come and enjoy the hut, company and all the valley has to offer. Please let the Meet co-ordinator know by Tuesday 13 March if you are joining them.

    Further information in December’s Meetstaff

  • Winter Alpine Meet & Igloo Meet

    All day
    17/03/2018-17/03/2018

    Arguably the jewel in the crown of alpine mountain resorts is Chamonix Mont Blanc. The town has been at the leading edge of mountaineering ever since 1760, when a Genevois scientist offered a prize for the first ascent of its 4,808m peak. Chamonix dominated the Victorian golden era of alpine mountaineering and hosted the first ever Winter Olympics in 1924. Today Cham’ is a truly International destination and undisputed capital of all-mountain skiing. That’s why in 2006 the Rucksack Club ran its
    first Winter Alpine Meet here in the valley.

    So whether your aspirations take you towards the 20km off piste Valley Blanche; gentle cross country through the forests, winter climbs, long easy cruising pistes or the famous “Vert” World Cup Men’s Down Hill course you won’t be disappointed. During the week members will be piste skiing (beginner to advanced), off piste skiing, snow shoeing, cross country skiing, Ice climbing, ski touring, ski mountaineering and “Igloo-ing”.

    After a long day in the hills R&R can include skating, swimming, sauna, hot tub, fine dining and dancing until the early hours… although curling up in front of a log fire with a good book and a single malt also seems popular for some reason!

    Further details will be posted on the Website

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  • Mountain Biking from High Moss

    All day
    18/03/2018-18/03/2018

    Come along and join us, its the same routine as always.
    Mark will lead a mountain bike route Saturday and Sunday…but please all welcome, biking or not, come and enjoy the hut, company and all the valley has to offer. Please let the Meet co-ordinator know by Tuesday 13 March if you are joining them.

    Further information in December’s Meetstaff

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  • Walk: Peak Forest road side 114794. 10 miles

    10:00 -17:00
    21/03/2018

    Peak Forest, Windy Knoll, Mam Tor, Lose Hill, Castleton, Cave Dale.  Pub Bulls Head, Castleton.  Details Simon Wilson.

  • Climbing: Awesome Walls, Stockport

    18:00 -22:00
    21/03/2018

    Awesome Walls, Pearl Mill, Stockport Rd W, Bredbury, Stockport SK6 2BP, UK

    Awesome Walls, Pearl Mill, Stockport Rd W, Bredbury, Stockport SK6 2BP, UK

    Over the winter we meet every Wednesday evening at Awesome Walls Climbing Centre, Stockport, from 6pm.

    Pub: The Railway, Avenue Street, SK1 2BZ

    Co-ordinator: John Jefferies

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  • Peak District Walk

    All day
    25/03/2018

    Meet at The George in Hayfield at 10am
    A 9 mile walk planned using a Pennine Fell Running handicap route taking in Lantern Pike Big Stone and Dragons Back, then back to The George to recharge. 2325feet of ascent.

    More details in December’s Meetstaff

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  • Walk: Stoney Middleton layby on A623 227757. 10 miles

    10:00 -17:00
    28/03/2018

    Stoney, Housely, Stanley House, Grindlow, Bretton, Eyam.  Pub Barrel Inn, Bretton.  Details Gavin Young.

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  • Easter Meet

    All day
    30/03/2018-02/04/2018

    The 2018 Easter Meet will be back at Craigallan. It will be a “do as you please” long weekend, so bring whatever kit you need for walking, climbing, skiing, or cycling, and be prepared for the diverse conditions that Scotland can deliver at this time of year. Whatever your plans, you’ll be in good company. Please contact meet co-ordinator if you have any questions and let him know if you will be joining the Meet by 12 March 2018.

    Further information in December’s Meetstaff

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  • Easter Meet

    All day
    31/03/2018-02/04/2018

    The 2018 Easter Meet will be back at Craigallan. It will be a “do as you please” long weekend, so bring whatever kit you need for walking, climbing, skiing, or cycling, and be prepared for the diverse conditions that Scotland can deliver at this time of year. Whatever your plans, you’ll be in good company. Please contact meet co-ordinator if you have any questions and let him know if you will be joining the Meet by 12 March 2018.

    Further information in December’s Meetstaff

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