We are a diverse and inclusive bunch. There are members who have been climbing for less than a year and those who have climbed for over 40 years. It doesn't matter what grade you climb, some members climb VDiff and others E4. We are one of the few local clubs to welcome novices, and we run regular informal training events. The club has over 100 members, mostly spread through North Wales, but with members as far away as Birmingham and the USA. One third of our members are women and our age profile covers teens through to those in their seventies. Joining the club brings you the benefit of connecting with other club members, some of whom have decades of experience in walking, climbing and mountaineering to call upon.
In recent years some members have been heavily involved in new routing, crag development and guide book work. These have focused on local crags along the A55 corridor, particularly Penmaen Head, Llanddulas Cave and Castle Inn.
Members tend to be multi-disciplinary and many forms of mountain activity are pursued, including mountaineering, scrambling, hiking, sport climbing, trad climbing, bouldering, winter-climbing and alpine climbing.