The Fell & Rock Climbing Club
Welcome to the website for the Fell & Rock Climbing Club. This has great features with:
- Members’ Log-in section – with much information for members about the Club.
- Membership section – giving details of membership and joining criterion.
- Publications section – details of guidebooks, apps and other publications by the Club.
- Huts section – with details of the Club’s huts and cottages.
- Rock Climbing section providing details of new routes, local issues, and climbing developments.
- Fell Walking section is available to providing a selection of great walks near to the club’s seven huts – five in the Lakes and two in Scotland.
There are sections of the website which are only obtainable by members using the usernames and password and not available to the general public.
Use the menu (three bar icon top right) to see a complete range of the site’s content.
Spring has nearly sprung and Lakeland’s Ravens and Peregrine Falcons are feeling frisky. To protect these wonderful creatures the BMC, FRCC, LDNP, NT and Natural England meet each January/February to agree which crags and climbs should have restricted access during the spring (Ravens 15 Feb to 31 May; Peregrines 1 March to 30 June) to […]
A brand new system to transmit live winter conditions has just been installed on Great End, one of the Lake District’s most reliable and well-known winter crags. This follows on from the pilot monitoring project launched in Cwm Idwal in 2013 and aims to provide accurate information to winter climbers about current and historical temperatures […]
This is an exhibition at Keswick Museum of photographs taken by Henry Iddon using a 100 year old Underwood Instanto camera previously used by the Abraham Brothers. There are 25 modern images of climbers and other activists in the Lake District together with some of the original Abraham photographs. The exhibition is from 14th January […]
The Mountain Heritage Trust will be moving to a new home. In early 2017 they will be relocating their office and collections space to the Blencathra Field Centre near Keswick, Cumbria. Their new archive store will be based in a specially converted building to offer excellent collections care, while the office space will offer access […]
It is reported that a slab of rock about the size of a small car has fallen from above the cave archway, on the Cellar Dweller side, landing very close to the start of Carpe Diem. It would be wise to exercise caution in this area.