The latest government and BMC guidance has opened up the countryside for very limited climbing: you can climb with a member of your household, or with someone else if you keep 2 metres apart. If you are considering it take a look at the BMC RAD first because several crags (including Fairy Cave) are closed. There is no restriction on how far you can travel but you can’t stay away overnight. Camp sites, climbing huts and pubs remain closed. Sadly we’ve now cancelled the June meets. Who knows what the situation will be in a month’s time but there’ll be another meets update in mid-June.
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Upcoming EventsJul16Thuall-day Roaches – JulyAug7FriAug21Friall-day Pembroke – AugustAug30Sunall-day Fairy Cave – August – Outdoor No... @ Fairy Cave Quarry, SomersetFairy Cave – August – Outdoor No... @ Fairy Cave Quarry, SomersetAug 30 all-dayMeet Organiser: John H. This is a meet for those members who have either never climbed outdoors before or are in need of a refresher. The meet is open to all members, but its main purpose is to encourage newer … Continue reading →Sep4Friall-day Wye Valley – SeptemberWye Valley – SeptemberSep 4 – Sep 6 all-dayMeet organiser: Patrick The Wye Valley is a brilliant place to climb! Wintours Leap really does have something for everyone from total beginners to seasoned rock apes; Single pitch, multi-pitch, trad, sports and at all grades too. If you want … Continue reading →