The 4C’s, Cambridge Town’s friendly and active club welcomes members with all levels of experience. Club members participate in a wide range of outdoor activities, including rock climbing, caving, mountaineering, and walking.

Climbing with the CCCC

Caving with the CCCC


The club holds regular trips at a wide range of venues across the country and further afield, as well as additional trips organised by members between official meets. Social meetings are also arranged.

bcamemberlogoClub members can usually be found on a Wednesday night at the Free Press from about 10pm. Parking opposite the main Police Station or in the Queen Ann car park. Prior to this some may be found at the Kelsey Kerridge climbing wall; see the climbing page for more details.

Upcoming trips and events.

02 Apr 2015 - 06 Apr 2015

Climbing trip to Cornwall. Staying at the Seaview Holiday Park, near Sennen.

Contact: climbing@thecccc.org.uk
17 Apr 2015 - 19 Apr 2015

Caving trip to Yorkshire, YSS.

Contact: caving@thecccc.org.uk
01 May 2015 - 04 May 2015

Bouldering at Fontainebleau.

Font is probably the best bouldering area in the world, with tens of thousands of problems dotted around a beautiful forest just south of Paris. Its a great place to fine-tune your technique, throw some cool shapes, and for beginners to get on real rock with a minimum of faff. Beanies, heel hooks, and calling people “dude” are all optional but encouraged. When you aren’t bouldering, you can enjoy la vie Francaise with cheap and plentiful
bread, cheese and wine.

This trip will be happening over the Early May Bank Holiday, 2nd-4th of May, but we’re organizing it early to get cheaper bookings on the Channel Tunnel. We’ll probably be staying in the campsite at Milly La Foret again, which is pleasant, handy for the climbing, and has an in-situ bakers’ van for the all-important baguettes.

Most people either do the long weekend or take an extra day of holiday. We’ve found in the past that leaving work as early as possible and driving down as far as the F1 Motel at Compiegne on the Thursday or Friday night gets you a pretty full day in the next day. Leaving mid afternoon on the Monday should get you back to Cambridge late but not too late.

Contact: climbing@thecccc.org.uk
01 May 2015 - 04 May 2015

Alternative climbing trip for non-boulderers. Borrowdale, Lake District.

Contact: webmaster@thecccc.org.uk