Mountaineering, rock climbing, walking, paragliding, mountain biking, road biking
The Mountaineering Club of Bury (MOB) is a small, friendly club established in 1979.
We meet the 1st Wednesday evening of every month at 8pm at,
The white Lion pub
Bury town center
(near the parish church)
(see EVENTS on this page for dates),
If you are interested in joining please click on this link, and leave your email address,
You are then welcome to come along to one of our club nights to join us. (or you could just come along anyway).
Please note you can only join the club at one of the meetings and not over the internet.
The events shown on this website are open to club members only.
British Mountaineering Council (BMC) participation statement:
"The BMC recognises that climbing and mountaineering are activities with a danger of personal injury or death. Participants in these activities should be aware of and accept these risks and be responsible for their own actions and involvement."
(The Mountaineering Club of Bury (MOB) is affiliated to the British Mountaineering Council)
Total number of Hits since 19/05/2009
Number of unique hits since 27/05/2009
Please contact a committee member for the MOB bank account details.
Subs are £23.00 which includes membership to the BMC. If you make any payments to the account you must contact the treasurer or the payment will not be logged and you may miss BMC membership or any trips paid for.
MOB has got a club YHA card for use for anyone to use, officially minimum 6 persons but I have used it with less. just ask to use it.
Evening walk from Holcombe village. Meet from 6:00pm for 6:30 prompt start, at Shoulder of Mutton pub. Proposed route: Peel Tower - Harcles Hill - Bull Hill, then back via contouring track on SW slop…
Derwent Independent hostel has been booked for the MOB 40th Anniversary weekend. Situated over looking Derwent Water in the Lakes. Dave and Karen have been to check out this venue and it is by far t…
Our Winter Hut Meet has been booked at Aite Cruinnichidh hostel(on the road between Roy Bridge and the Creag Meggy car park) for the weekend of Fri 28th Feb-Sun 1st March next year. Initially booked…