The 4C’s, Cambridge’s friendly and active club welcomes members with all levels of experience. Club members particpate in a wide range of outdoor activities, including rock climbing, caving, mountaineering, and walking.
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.
Club 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 carpark. Prior to this some may be found at the Kelsey Kerridge climbing wall; see the climbing page for more details.
22 Aug 2014 - 25 Aug 2014
For the Bank Holiday weekend, 22nd – 25th of August, we’re heading off to the South West Lake District. This area has some of the best big mountain crags this side of Scotland, plus spectacular walking and scrambling options. People who own more beanies than shirts might also be interested in the top-class bouldering at St Bees and in Eskdale.
We’ll be staying in the Parkgate Farm Campsite in Irton. This gives us easy access to both Wasdale and Eskdale. It’s fairly basic, but allows open fires (wood can be bought on site) and, according to their website, has the largest herd of donkeys in the area!
13 Sep 2014 - 14 Sep 2014
Caving trip to Yorkshire Dales. Staying at the Red Rose hut.
20 Sep 2014 - 21 Sep 2014
Climbing trip to South Devon (Dartmoor / Berry Head)
11 Oct 2014 - 12 Oct 2014
Caving trip to Mendips. Staying at Wessex hut.