Wednesday evening climbs have come to an end with another wonderful, warm, ‘Indian Summer’ sunset. Two new prospective members had a good introduction and are eagerly awaiting the 2015 season! Some informal climbing will continue over the Winter for those are lucky enough to have time off work when the sun shines. Members should contact […]
Club members have been busy limbering up for the many rock climbing challenges that await in the Calpe area of Southern Spain. Twenty six club members will travel out mid March for up to 9 days of adventure. Photos show recent climbing visits to The Burren (in drizzle and high winds!), to Awesome Walls (off […]
Climbing sessions will take place for the next few Thurs evenings at Rocklands. A few sections were not affected very much by the recent fire. It is likely that Sep 19th may be the last session for the season as daylight is quickly fading in the evenings. If you haven’t given it a ‘go’ yet, […]
Some club members attended the WWA climbing meet in Dalkey on Sat Aug 10th. The Women with Altitude initiative is a drive beginning from Sports Council research showing a serious drop off of Women in sport into adult years. The aim is to encourage more women in sport to develop their skills and develop greater […]
Climbing sessions will take place at Carrig for the next few Thurs evenings. E mail with directions sent to all members. Nice, friendly crag! See you there! (Non members contact via club e mail.)
A gorse fire today at Rocklands caused cancellation of the regular weekly climbing session. The fire spread quickly in a fresh Southerly breeze. It is likely that the crag will be unsuitable for climbing for some time. An alternative venue will be arranged for the next few weeks.
A club climbing day is planned for Knockadoon Head, just West of Youghal, for Sat July 27th. Mixed grades suitable for all levels. Stunning location as the photos show. Members will have details via e mail. Non members, contact the club sec through web site.
Super day of scrambling in a balmy breeze in the Comeraghs. Exploration of the upper Mahon river bed, normally under lots of water, lovely rock steps uncovered. Checked some gullies at Coumshingaun which are incredibly dry at the moment.