Oread Mountaineering Club Huts

TanYr Wyddfa Hut Grid Ref: SH 570 527 The hut is also a superb base for walks onto the Nantlle ridge, Moel Hebog, Mynydd Mawr and Yr Aran. There is a pub, a café and a Welsh Highland Railway station […]

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Yorkshire Ramblers’ Club Huts

Lowstern (Clapham) Grid Ref: SD 736691 Situation: Lowstern is on the B6480 Clapham to Bentham road, a quarter of a mile from the junction with the A65 (Clapham bypass). The cottage is in a small plantation on the south side […]

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Ynys Ettws (RW Lloyd Hut), Llanberis

Stunningly located in the heart of the Llanberis Pass and surrounded on all sides by mountains, Ynys Ettws is probably the best-situated hut in Britain. It is within easy walking distance of all the major climbing areas of the Pass. […]

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Cwm Glas Mawr, Llanberis

This beautiful cottage is situated opposite the crags of Grochan and Craig Ddu with great views down the Llanberis Pass. Ideal for an escape from civilisation, its recently refurbished toilet and shower block is probably the most luxurious in any […]

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Helyg, Ogwen

In the heart of the Ogwen Valley with superb views of Tryfan, Helyg is steeped in the history of British climbing. It was the first climbing hut in the UK and was used as a base by the pioneers of […]

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May Cottage, Pembroke

This spacious terraced cottage has been the base for climbing in Pembrokeshire for many years now. The hut’s route book serves as the repository for all new route information in the area. The Cottage was extensively refurbished to a very […]

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RO (Bob) Downes Hut, Froggatt

Located in the woods below Froggatt Edge, The Downes Hut is an ideal base for climbing on the gritstone edges. It is within easy walk of Froggatt Edge itself. Recently redocorated and improved. Previously completely refurbished with the aid of […]

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Count House, Bosigran

The Count House Occupying a superb setting between the road and Bosigran Crag (10 minutes walk), the Count House is a most beautiful granite building. Originally built for a local mine, it is now the only climbing hut in Cornwall. […]

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Riasg, Roybridge

Situated in the village of Roybridge, on the A86 about 20km from Fort William. Turn south off the main road beside the Roybridge Hotel and Grey Corries Bunkhouse. Take the next left, and Riasg is the first bungalow on the right. […]

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Grange Old School, Grange Borrowdale

Grange Old School is situated in the village of Grange, on a minor road off the B5289 from Keswick, ¾ mile after The Borrowdale Hotel turn R over the bridge into Grange. Go past the two cafes and about 150 metres after the […]

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