Walking, Hiking & Climbing
The Rockhoppers Mountaineering Club
Provides hiking, rock climbing and mountaineering activities. The Artillery Arms, 102 Bunhill Row, Islington, EC1Y 8ND.
Ibex - The London Walking Club
Walking, trekking and mountaineering in the UK and abroad, with regular day walks in the London area, weekends in Wales and the Lake District, trips further afield and pub meets.
Hammersmith Fulham and Wandsworth Ramblers
Walks every Saturday, Sunday and occasionally mid-week, of varying terrains and lengths, from 4 to 15 miles, and aimed at all levels of fitness. In Greater London and the surrounding countryside, and usually including a pub lunch stop.
Hillingdon Mountaineering Club
West London-based mountaineering club which welcomes climbers of all abilities, including beginners. Climbs are held every Tuesday at the Brunel University sports centres climbing wall in Uxbridge. Brunel Wall call the sports centre on .
London Adventure Group
A diverse group open to anyone aged over 18, with regular hiking, cycling and watersports activities arranged, either day events or longer trips in the UK or overseas. Many social events are also organised.
Swiss Cottage Sports Centre
Top rope and lead climbing taster sessions for adults, juniors and families. Opening Timing: Monday 12:00-20:00, Tuesday to Thursday 12:00-22:00, Friday 11:00-19:00, Saturday 10:00-18:00 and Sunday 09:00-18:00. Adelaide Road, Camden, NW3 3NF.
Southern Trekking and Mountaineering Club
London-based mountaineering and hill walking club which organises weekend meets every two to three weeks in North Wales and the Lake District, offering extensive opportunities for all grades of hillwalking, scrambling and climbing.
The Polytechnic Rambling Club
One of the UKs oldest walking clubs and based in Central London, with a varied programme of rambling and social events. Circular or linear walks in Sussex, Kent and Surrey, weekends in Cornwall or spent snow-walking, and trips further afield.
A varied programme of walks offered throughout London and the southeast of England, ranging from 6 to 20 miles, every Sunday and most Saturdays. Some longer tours are also organised throughout the year.
Rockhoppers Mountaineering Club
Members participate in all aspects of mountaineering from rock climbing to hill walking, high mountaineering to trekking, winter ice to summer sport climbing. The club is open to anyone wishing to join.