New Crag – FEARLESS WALL

The Malta Climbing Club is pleased to announce the development of a new climbing area in the South of Malta which adds another ten sport routes to the cliffs between Thaiwand Walls and Għar il-Munqar (Spooky Cave). This new climbing area has been baptised as FEARLESS WALL by its main developer James Herrera, but it’s…

Mid Week climbing meets are back!

DST is in full swing and as the days get longer the club will start to meet once a week at a different outdoor climbing location.Events are held on Wednesdays and start at around 17:30, and end when the sun sets and we can’t see the rock we’re climbing on. To find out where this…

Club Climbing Meet – Wied Babu Thursday 31st March 2016

Thursday 31st March is a public holiday, and here at the club we can’t think of a better way to spend it than outdoors enjoying the spring weather 😀 There are plenty of routes to try at all sorts of angles and grades. As always, beginners and newcomers to the sport are welcome to join….

Climbing the Malta Classics: Circus Oz

Winter 2016 will go down in history as one of the mildest we’ve experienced. Looking back over these two months, I can think of perhaps two climbing days that have been cancelled because of inclement weather. One such sunny February weekend saw me return to Thaiwand Wall for the first time since mid 2014. The…

New Crag at Għar Lapsi – Cobra Cave!

Living and climbing on a small, densely populated island such as Malta it is very rare to come across an unclimbed (or unclaimed) stretch of rock. All we’ve got to share as climbers are 316km2 according to Wikipedia. Men and women have been climbing on these rocks for hundreds of years – fishermen, egg collectors,…