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  1. Welcome
  2. Covid-19 Statement
  3. Contact Us

Warwick Climbing Club welcomes climbers and mountaineers from Warwick, Leamington Spa, Stratford-upon-Avon, Coventry and the surrounding areas.The club meets twice a week; every Wednesday at St Nicholas Park Leisure Centre, Warwick between 7pm to 9.30pm and then afterwards at the New Bowling Green pub (St Nicholas Church Street, Warwick) and every Thursday at the University of Warwick Climbing Center (CV4 7EU) between 7pm and 9.30pm and then afterwards at the Varsity pub (On the corner of Gibbet Hill Road and Kirby Corner Road, Coventry). We are committed to outdoor climbing and run trips to all parts of the UK, and sometimes Europe, throughout the year

Warwick Climbing Club Covid-19 Statement


Following a meeting of the Warwick Climbing Club committee, it was decided, unanimously, to suspend all Trips and Socials indefinitely. This policy will be reviwed every month until the health crisis has subsided; current projections suggest this will be two or three months. While this is a hugely disappointing development right at the start of the climbing season, the background for the decision is:

  • Most indoor climbing and bouldering walls are already closed, and we expect them all to shut by the end of this week (20 March 2020). The St Nick’s wall, of course, had already been closed by a local arsonist!
  • Current advice from government is to avoid all group gatherings. We also have members who live with or have contact with people who are in the most at risk categories and these members are being advised to socially isolate
  • The BMC published advice (see links below); the main points of which being:
    • Infection control
    • The necessity to avoid adding any extra load on the NHS
    • That Emergency responders, including Mountain Rescue, may not be available
  • For further information regarding the BMC advice:
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Upcoming Events

Due to the current Covid-19 (Corona Virus) situation all Trips and Socials have been suspended.

For further information and any updates, please see the "COVID-19 STATEMENT".