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Welcome to the new home page of the Fylde Mountaineering Club.

We are an active and friendly club of around 180 members, based on the Fylde Coast, Lancashire. We offer a warm welcome to walkers, climbers and mountaineers of all abilities, who share our enthusiasm for the outdoors.

If you would like to find out more, please explore the rest of the website, come along to one of our meets, including winter social meets in Poulton-le-Fylde.

You can contact us here or find us on Facebook here.

The club meets regularly most weekends throughout the summer and winter months at venues around the UK and at the Club’s two huts, both of which are situated in the English Lake District.


  • Summer mountaineering activities include rock climbing at all levels, bouldering and hill walking. Regular weekend meets are organised to the clubs huts and further afield. Check out the events calendar for details.

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Fylde Mountaineering Club

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Martin Dale
Martin DaleTuesday, August 23rd, 2016 at 11:57am
FMC Evening Climbing

This week it's Wednesday night and it's Wilton! As they will be shooting in 3, we will have to go in One. So, see you all in there near the Prow! Ale afterwards at the Black Dog, Belmont.
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Ian Carr
Ian CarrWednesday, August 24th, 2016 at 9:43am
The new Lancashire Rock guide is in the BMC shop and in your climbing shop this Bank Holiday weekend. A must for all Fylde climbers ;-)
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Iggi Moore
Iggi MooreTuesday, August 23rd, 2016 at 7:42pm
Martin I'm going up to Keswick today or tomorrow and I'm taking the family! What do you recommend for the boys? I'm looking for something easy that two little fellas can climb on. Better still, that I can set up a top or bottom rope on.
Cheers 😉
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David Hicks
David HicksFriday, August 19th, 2016 at 11:07pm
I am afraid I will not be able to co-ordinate the bank holiday Scottish camping meet as I have overstretched myself a little as Karen and I will be going to the States the following week. The intention was to camp at Sallochy Bay,(G63 OAW) £5 per night . The small site is literally on the shores of Loch Lomond. For Munro baggers this is the perfect place to set off for Ben Lomond. We will instead head for Stair with our swimming gear, bikes and climbing gear for a climb, swim and bike weekend if folk are interested.
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Matt Reed
Matt ReedFriday, August 19th, 2016 at 10:09am
Cracking evening at Bridestones with Martin Dale and Pete Smith. Beer in the Billet was good too!
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