To the website for the Fell and Rock Climbing Club. It has great features for members and non-members. The Rock climbing section has evolved from the New Developments area of the old website. The Fell Walking section which is also available to non members. Among the features for members are the Newsletter Groups and Member’s Forum. Click here for a fuller guide to the new website.
Club members should Login (User name and Password are now on the reverse of your membership card) to enjoy full access to all the member pages of the site. Non-members will require a separate Login in order to add new Climb and Walk information. If you are having any difficulty when trying to login as a member - please contact the Website Editor ('contact us' at foot of this page)
The Fell & Rock Climbing Club is the premier rock climbing and mountaineering club in the English Lake District. The Club was founded in 1906-07 and the first informal meeting was held at the Sun Inn, Coniston on the 11th November 1906. The first Meet was at the Wastwater Hotel on the 30th March 1907. Today, this highly active club has over 1200 members who are spread all over the world but who found their mountaineering origins in the Lakes.
The Club has been publishing a definitive series of climbing guides to the Lakes since 1922. Members can enjoy the club's 7 huts and 3 cottages in the Lakes and Scotland. Each year, over 40 meets are held throughout the world.
Kindred Club members may use our huts subject to our bookings policy for kindred clubs. Under no circumstances will KC members be allowed to stay without a booking.
New Edition of Lake District Rock is in the shops!
Lake District Rock has been completely re-written and is presented in a superb format.
Castle Rock Instability - Update May 2015
Summary: The crack continues to widen with clear evidence of debris falling out from it (i.e. stone-fall danger). There is every indication that this collapse is going to take place sooner rather than
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