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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Club Meets and Tours in the UK & Ireland in 2021

Due to the ongoing impact of coronavirus, activities and events listed below may be subject to postponement or cancellation.

October 3 – 8: Autumn Meet

Based at the George Starkey hut, Patterdale. An ideal situation to explore the Hellvelyn and High Street ranges and to get your hill fitness back! £100 for 5 nights. Meet will be confirmed in the E-news and on the website in August.

Patterdale Autumn Meet – Tish Woulds


November 12 – 14: Coniston, Lake District

A walking meet in this beautiful area of the Lake District.  Members may be advised to book their own accommodation in Coniston, if the the MAM climbing hut ‘Low House’ remains unavailable.  Therefore, if interested, please contact Jackie Coe for further information.  An evening meal will be organised in a local restaurant on Saturday night if regulations allow.

Low Moor, Lake District – Jackie Coe



January 7 – 9: Snowdonia, North Wales. 

Get fit after Christmas and brush up your Winter Skills at the Meet at Glan Dena Hut.  Glan Dena is on the A5 west of Capel Curig, nestled between the Caenedds, and Trifan and the Glyders. Great scrambling possibilities on the east Ridge of Pen y Role Wen and the north ridge of Trifan. The Snowdon Horseshoe is not far away; all these hills at this time of year are likely to offer great winter conditions; members need to come prepared with ice axe and crampons and be knowledgeable in their use.

View from the Glyders, Snowdonia Tish Woulds


February 11 – 13: Patterdale, Lake District. 

Walks on the fells surrounding Patterdale, which include the Hellvelyn and High Street groups.  Staying at the George Starkey hut,

Patterdale Meet – Tish Woulds


March 6 – 11: Glenfeshie, Cairngorms

Winter conditions should still prevail in early March for hill walking and winter mountaineering in the Cairngorms. Self catering accommodation (10 places) at Milehouse hut near Feshie Bridge. Northern corries a half hour drive. £60 for 5 nights.


Fiacaill Ridge – Malcolm Harris


April 3 – 10: Aberdeenshire, Scotland. Staying at Muir Cottage, Inverey, near Braemar.

Join other members at Muir Cottage, Inverey, tucked away in the wood, 8K west of Braemar. This area is ideal for Munroists, Mountain bikers, or those wanting to practise their winter skills. Just below the Cairngorm plateau, the area holds its snow usually well into April. The remote Cairngorm giants, Beinn a Bhὐird, Ben Avon, Derry Cairngorm and Ben Macdui are close by with excellent cycle tracks. Lochnagar is another possibility. The hut is well equipped with excellent bike storage. The club would like to offer this meet to members who would be keen to share their knowledge with others or to less experienced members who would like to practise and improve their winter skills and navigation.

View to Devil’s Point and Lairig Ghru Tish Woulds


May 21 – 28 (Saturday to Saturday): – 2022 Glen Brittle, Skye

What more can be said – high likelihood of awful weather and swarms of midges, but when it’s good it’s amazing, the nearest we have to alpine climbing in the UK.

Self catering accommodation (20 places) in the Glen Brittle Memorial Hut, £140 per person.

Skye – Steve Woollard.


Climbing, hill and country walking, hiking, scrambling, mountain biking, mountaineering, klettersteig and snow sports (and any other similar activities) (the “Activities”) organised by Austrian Alpine Club (UK) (“AAC(UK)”) are physically challenging and carry risks that AAC(UK) cannot entirely eliminate. These include the risk of personal injury or death. In taking part in the Activities you acknowledge and accept these risks, being responsible for your own actions, involvement, health condition and safety.  All event participants must follow any safety warnings or instructions displayed or given to them by a leader or organiser (and ask a leader or organiser if anything is unclear). In the absence of any breach of duty by AAC(UK), participation in the Activities is entirely at participants’ own risk.

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 21 September 2021]

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