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Ogwen, the trip that is known for being one of the wettest, surprised us this year with some climbable weather! The weekend started poorly with a disappointing viewing of the rugby world cup
Whilst the stoats annual summer trip had a damp start (and end), once we arrived in good old Cornwall the weather picked up for most of the week! Most of the weeks climbing
Stanage is perhaps the most highly anticipated trip of the semester, a trip which combines UBMC’s love of trad with its other love; alcohol. This year Stanage was perhaps the biggest gathering
A very successful day of bouldering yesterday! Thanks to Brutiful Birmingham for inviting us to come along and climb on these amazing William Mitchell structures, and thanks to all from the club who came.
We have been very lucky to have been given some funding by the MAM, Phil Jardine & Oliver Birkill to run a Alpine Skills Course in the actual Alps this year! It will
What started as a sunny day soon turned into pouring rain! Still a fantastic day learning some really important stuff on the rope works course with Rock and Water Adventures
As exams draw near, you needn't fear, as summer trip, is nearly here...!! That's right, UBMC's summer trip is just around the corner! This year we will be camping in Cornwall, and the
Here it is! I've archived the old forum so it is forever available and saves the society from paying the £60 annual fee for hosting it!
If you want to learn a little more about our new website and how it works this is the article to read!
A fantastic weekend sport climbing in sunny Portland!
Opposition emerged against the ancient army of UBMC before the trip even commenced. A pretty grim weather report shrouded the trip with memories of past Annual Dinner’s where rain had prevented all
Our Stanage trip this year was a great success and the first weekend where good weather was enjoyed on both days! (as promised by the Supreme Commander of British Weather, President ADL). Arriving
Joint MAM MeetOn the Friday before the first weekend in November, the keen stoats who had managed to get in to the now infamous Ogwen sign ups gathered by the University of Birmingham
As the autumn sun set on the University of Birmingham pitches and the rain lashed down a group of surprisingly chipper students convened to make the wet and windy journey to Tremadog, the
UBMC wants you! We are a very active club and climb indoors every week. Further, we run outdoor trips every fortnight.
This years Scotland Trip was undoubtedly the best for good weather climbing conditions in aeons. With snow being spotted as far south as the Lake District and only increasing in volume as the
Stanage; A trip designed to introduce freshers to the marvels of British trad climbing, and what better way to do that than by dragging them up low quality routes in the pouring rain
Have a scroll through the flickr album from this trip
“Red badger to flying stoat…”Day 1: Return of the StoatsAwaking early on an unnervingly warm winter’s day, an eager group of stoats descended upon the Munrow to make the annual pilgrimage