Bremex Mountaineering and Climbing Club aims to provide an inspirational and welcoming setting for people to practise, improve and share hillwalking, mountaineering and climbing skills.
Bremex has no formal base and our activities are undertaken on a peer-to-peer basis. Members have different skills that complement each other. Even new members, who may consider themselves to be novices, can often bring a new perspective. We believe that all our members have something to offer and can learn from each other.
We are also one of the few clubs that runs activities recognised by the Mountain Training Association for continuing professional development.
History of the club
Bremex was formed back in 1963 by the late Hugh Freeman. A full history is available here.
The club organises a number of weekend meets throughout the year. Read the reports from our weekend meets, and find out much more in the meets section.
Membership is open to adults over the age of 18 and to young people aged 14-17 if accompanied by their parent/guardian or by a responsible adult nominated by their parent or guardian. Potential members are welcome to come along to up to two taster weekends before committing to annual membership. See the joining page for more information.