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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

Outdoors mad folk hailing from the Fylde Coast Do not post any personal details on this group.
David Hicks
David HicksWednesday, September 28th, 2016 at 12:25am
It is the Intro meet at Little Langdale this weekend. This is open to all Full members, Introductory members and also to anyone not yet a member, Intro or otherwise who is interested in joining the club and would like to find out a little more and join in climbing or walking activities with some of our current memebers.
For more information please visit ourwebsite at (below). I can also be contacted by email at
Martin Dale
Martin DaleWednesday, September 28th, 2016 at 8:54am
FMC Evening Climbing

The first "official" indoor meet of the season! West View Leisure Centre in Preston, this Thursday night. Most folks get there at around 8pm but there's nowt stopping you going earlier! Beer later in the Ale Emporium! Hope to see you all down there!
Happy Caver
Happy CaverTuesday, September 27th, 2016 at 7:26am
Fringe benefit of working away from home near Frodsham
Martin Bennett
Martin BennettFriday, September 23rd, 2016 at 10:13am
Popped out into the garden as dusk approached - thought I could hear the whoops of delight from the nobs at the Towers as I gazed longingly Westward!
Martin Bennett
Martin BennettWednesday, September 21st, 2016 at 9:50am
Is it too soon to be called an Indian Summer? Whatever it is it's fine by me. And it's fine by him. Today's return on investment of fuel and tyre rubber was Prometheus and Holly Tree Direct at Raven Crag Langdale


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