Reminder for Membership Renewals

It’s that time of year again: the weather is finally cooling down a bit, the days are much shorter, and most people are getting ready for the holidays in one way or another. It’s also a time when (in the Western world at least) we take stock of the past year and start thinking about…

Policies on Bolting and Guiding

One of the main aims of the current committee involves standardizing and clarifying club operations. This helps us make sure that it is clear to members how the club operates, how club funds are used, and how this makes the sport more accessible to locals and visitors. We started with two areas where we felt…

Changes Behind the Scenes

It has been busy year so far for the MCC committee, much of which has involved a lot of back-end organisation and planning. Now it’s finally time to start unveiling some of the fruits of this work. As you may have noticed, last week we moved to a new website, with a new look and,…

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…

Climbing at Iċ-Ċnus / Black Slabs open again!

(See “Sport Climbing in Malta & Gozo”, 2013, p.141) Good news everyone! Our friends of the Gozo Climbing Association, particularly through the efforts of “Didi” Treptow have today advised that MEPA have confirmed that the slabs are PUBLIC PROPERTY and therefore available for climbing smile emoticon Please if you want to go there however DO…

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…