Meets and Tours – UK & Ireland

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This programme of events, mostly organised by members for members, provides an opportunity for members to take part in a wide variety of events, in the UK. Please join in. Your company is welcome; your enthusiasm, help and expertise are needed. If you can arrange an event of any kind, please contact the relevant co-ordinator well in advance. Meets require long lead times and should be planned, and booked, well ahead.

Booking: A non-returnable deposit or full payment is required to book a place.  Please also supply an SAE, unless the Meet Organiser is willing to communicate by email. Please do not approach any accommodation proprietor to attempt to vary any aspect of the Meet Organiser’s accommodation booking; only the Meet Organiser may do this.

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The AAC(UK) recognises that climbing, hill and country walking, mountain biking, mountaineering and snow sports are activities with a danger of personal injury or death. Participants in these activities should be aware of and accept these risks, being responsible for their own actions, involvement and safety.
The Club, its officers, Board and Alpine Team members and persons acting on behalf of the Club cannot be held liable for any loss or injury occurring to any participant while taking part in its activities.

Club Meets and Tours in the UK & Ireland in 2020

November 21 – 22: South Lakes Fell Walking, Langdale and Coniston

Heading to Crinkle Crags from Langdale – Jackie Coe

Walks on the fells from Langdale (Saturday) and Coniston (Sunday). Members should book their own accommodation.



January 16 – 17:  Ogwen Valley, Eyri/Snowdonia

Snowdon from Crib Goch – Martin Haydon

Walks on the Glyderau and Carneddau, with Snowdon also in reach. Members should book their own accommodation or campsite.


February 13 – 14: Patterdale, Lake District 

Walks on the fells surrounding Patterdale, which include the Hellvelyn and High Street groups. Members should book their own accommodation or campsite.


March 19 – 21: AAC(UK) Active, Plas-y-Brenin, nr Capel Curig, Eyri/Snowdonia

Plas Y Brenin

An opportunity for members to come together, learn new skills and share adventures. Activities include entry-level training scrambling, rock climbing, canoeing, kakaying, ski touring and navigation; and organised walks and mountain bike rides.

Click for full information and booking forms or see AGM 2020 & AAC(UK) Active 2021 page.



Looking to purchase mountaineering equipment for an activity or course? Check out the Members’ Small Ads page for a selection of used mountaineering equipment.

[Updated 26 October 2020]

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