Hillwalking Coventry
Mountaineering Club Coventry
Hill Walking Coventry
Climbing Coventry

About Us


Formed in 1952, Coventry Mountaineering Club has always maintained a membership keenly engaged in a variety of mountain sports.

Hillwalking and rock climbing are regular activities especially when the weather is fine. In more unsettled conditions, mountainbiking and indoor wall climbing are more popular. The two local walls being Cheylesmore Community Center and the much larger Warwick University climbing wall. Winter mountaineering is a passion for some with trips to Scotland and Snowdonia.

Summers often see trips further afield to the Alps or North America. Spain and the Mediterranean have also seen many visits in the last decade. Often providing a respite from the damp British weather.

The club has a hut in Mid-Wales close to Cadair Idris. Much quieter than Northern Snowdonia the area offers similar activities including multi-pitch rock climbing, good walking, a few great scrambles and sometimes winter climbing.

We have an informal approach and it is usual to meet enthusiastic new friends. With the variable nature of the British climate much of our activity is done at short notice. Trips outside of the meets calendar by people who made contact through the club.

More than fifty years after its formation, Coventry Mountaineering Club continues to be a meeting point for those with a passion for the mountains.


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