Incident Reporting

“But climbing isn’t safe!” How many times have we, as climbers, heard someone pass that comment about the sport we love so much? All climbers know that the reality is very different from public perception of the level of danger associated with our sport. Our sport is relatively safe. It is potentially dangerous if we…

The Malta Climbing Club becomes a full member of the UIAA and EUMA

For the first time in Maltese climbing history a local club has joined the International Climbing and Mountaineering Federation (UIAA) as a full member.  The application of the Malta Climbing Club (MCC) was unanimously approved by delegates at the UIAA General Assembly, held on the 21st October in Shiraz, Iran.  The UIAA now represents 92…

Let’s Do It! 2017 – Cleanup at Top of the World

One of the great things about climbing is that it takes us away from the crowds, traffic, people, the hectic and noisy urban environment. There’s nothing like climbing a route with a buddy with nothing around but unspoilt natural beauty. Sea cliffs, valleys, heaving waves, lots of air and exposure all around us. A wonderful…

Annual DWS Boat Trip

The Malta Climbing Club’s DWS boat trip is officially back! Sunday the 3rd of September at 9am we will set sail towards the best deep water soloing locations in Comino to climb, swim and socialise. At a cost of €25 per person this trip is not to be missed – contact the club NOW to…

BMC International Trad Climbing Summer Meet 2017

The British Mountaineering Council is organising its popular bi-annual international summer climbing meet in Cornwall between 13-20 May 2017. The meeting is open to trad climbers with at least two years trad climbing experience and involves climbing daily with an experienced local guide/partner. It’s a great event which brings together climbers from all over the world with…