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Count your steps with Ordnance Survey

8th April 2020

Ordnance Survey are challenging everyone to keep their step count up this Thursday at 12. Follow this link and check it out. Its a great idea to keep climbing fit for when we can get back out onto the hills and crags.  Take part in your CAC t-shirt and send us your photos.   https://getoutside.ordnancesurvey.co.uk

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Active isolation challenge

30th March 2020

Calling All Climbers! Last weekend would have been our 2nd 'Mountain March Challenge' - a weekend of climbing vertical meters to raise money for the research into Cancer.  Last year, hundreds of you all around the globe, took part and made it a great, fun weekend. Unfortunately, due to the current situation we couldn't run…

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Mountain March time again

3rd March 2020

Although we have left it a little late this year, it is time for Mountain March again! This years event will be held on  Saturday 28th and Sunday the 29th of March. We would like to see many people , be it individuals or groups joining in the fun and raising funds all of which…

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The first donation of 2019

4th June 2019

The IFSC Bouldering world cup takes place this weekend in Vail, Colorado. The event will also host CAC's first donation of 2019. We will be donating £25,000.00 to the Cancer Research Institute. The cheque will be handed over by head of delegation for Belgium and Punksetter founder, Marco Jubes and UKC editor and one of…

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Mountain March Weekend success

26th April 2019

The figures are in..... Over the course of the Mountain March weekend , all you wonderful climbers, walkers, cake bakers and mountain scalers raised over  £16,800.00.... That is a fantastic figure and it is still going up as the last few donations come in. This just confirms what we knew already... You are an amazing…

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Mountain March weekend

2nd April 2019

Well it happened ! And what an amazing weekend it was. We had people climbing up Everest, the Eiger, K2 and more all at indoor walls, we had people walking the 3 Yorkshire peaks, Snowden and Coniston Old Man..and thats just for starters ! So many people that you would need an hour to read…

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