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Nearest Club > Down


Colm Kelly

Phone: +447711118035
We are informal collection of people with a common interest in all types of mountain activities. We are very strong in fell running and have a variable interest in hill walking and rock climbing.

Belfast Youth Climbing Club

Belfast Youth Climbing Club

Gilford Climbing Club

Climbing Club based in Gilford Community Center. Currently branching out into the outdoor climbing scene. We meet Tuesdays at 20:30 at Gilford community center and try to visit other locations when we can.

Gilford Youth Climbing Club

Peter McKibben

Phone: 07827299153
Gilford youth climbing club is aimed at families and kids whose main activity is rock climbing both indoors and out. We meet on a Tuesday evening at Gilford Community Centre.

Mourne Youth Climbing Club

Phone: 02843722158
A youth climbing club which meets on Friday evenings at Hotrock Climbing Wall, Tollymore. The club organises outdoor climbing events and trips during the summer months. Main activities are indoor climbing, bouldering, rock climbing and hillwalking.

The Feel Good Factor

Karen Coulter

Phone: 07576470042
Website: face book - The Feel Good Factor
A hillwalking, climbing and mountain biking club for women based in the Mournes area. We welcome everyone regardless of ability - we hope to share, develop and create opportunities to promote mountaineering and mountain biking for local women.

The Get High Club

Glenda Graham

Phone: 07718 895 782
Get High is a group of like minded people who enjoy recreational climbing, indoors and out, with a view to enhancing mental and physical health, progressing our climbing skills and enjoying group friendship.

Trekking NI

Melanie Warden
Trekking NI is a hiking club which has been established by its members, for its members. The club’s purpose is to create safe, structured access for its members to mountainous, countryside and coastal areas across NI and beyond, promoting both physical and mental wellbeing through exercise. At its core, our hiking club is a community of like minded people from a diverse range of backgrounds, cultures and capabilities who enjoy the adventure of the great outdoors. Our club ethos enables its members to easily become part of our club by being themselves developing and enjoying friendship, laughter and fun whilst exploring together. At the beginning of the year, Trekking NI develops a walk programme illustrating the various hikes which the club plan to complete during the incoming year. We always aim to facilitate three different capability groups; an A, B and C group on each of the scheduled hikes. Each group hike is planned to consider the mountain grading, the distance and duration of the hike. This enables the walk guides to manage the varying capabilities across all of groups. As a Club we are invested in developing our members mountain skills, knowledge and abilities contributing to the improvement of individual confidence, competence and safety when hiking. Anyone interested in joining Trekking NI will be offered the opportunity to avail of two free taster session hikes before being required to formally join. The taster session hikes will always be completed in the C Group. This will allow for an assessment to be made by the walk guide as to the individual mountain capability and for allocation to the most appropriate hike group thereafter.

Youth Climbing Trips NI

Phone: 07796952012
The aims of the club are: To facilitate domestic and international climbing and bouldering trips by Club members, adult volunteers, and coaches. To create a pathway for members to gain varied experiences of outdoor climbing. To encourage a lifelong love of climbing, physical activity, fitness, and adventure. To teach members about mountain safety and correct use of protective equipment. To teach members to understand and respect the mountain environment. To promote the Mountaineering Ireland’s Children Policy, and the Code of Ethics and Good Practice for Children, within the Club. To help members grow in confidence and realise their potential (as a climber and as a young person) through climbing.


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