Practise and share Mountain Skills
Bremex aims to provide an inspirational and welcoming setting to practise, improve and share the skills involved in hillwalking, mountaineering and climbing.
Organised weekends of led groups and peer group workshops provide opportunities to learn and practise skills including:
- Poor visibility/Night Navigation
- Rock climbing
- High camping/bivvying
- Winter Skills
Novices are welcome to come along, get involved long-term and gain from the knowledge of more experienced members, many of whom are working towards or hold mountaineering and climbing awards from WGL, SPA, MLS, IML through to MIC. Bremex is affiliated to the BMC and several of our weekend meets have been recognised as Continuing Professional Development by MTA.
Weekend meets are planned nationally, from Dartmoor to Scotland and all good mountain and upland areas in between.
To find out more about what we do, visit the about page.
New Members are always welcome
There are 4 levels of membership, full, associate, social and junior. we also have taster weekends if you want to come along and see how it works before committing to membership.
Read more about how to join
If you are already a member, please take a few minutes to register on this new site. Once you have done so, you will have access to all the weekend meet information - and you'll also be able to update the meets page with your own information.
Bremex 50th Celebration
Jeremy has very kindly made all the photos he took available on Flickr. You can view the slideshow here.
Tribute to Steve Holding
Members of the club past and present have sent in their tributes for Steve Holding, who was unfortunately and very sadly lost in the recent Nepal plane crash. We have put all these tributes together on the following page. If you would like to add your own words, please feel free to email them to any member of the committee.
The fund Bremex has set up for Steve now stands at nearly £1500. Many thanks to all those who have donated so far. If you want to donate to this fund, please contact a member of the committee.
See how the photo above was 'organised'...
We have made a short film in tribute to Steve Holding, put together using footage taken during the preparations to the photo below. Click here to see it.