Would you like to be able to experience this?
Or enjoy views like this?
Or challenge yourself on one of Scotland’s Classic Ridges?
Wish you were here?
Welcome to the Grampian Club
The Grampian Club is a mountaineering, climbing and hillwalking club based in Dundee, Scotland.
We run coach based, monthly Day Meets to a wide number of spectacular venues in Scotland. Attendees on these meets are sorted into groups in advance with an experienced member acting as a group coordinator making it easy for less experienced walkers to participate.
“It’s great to hang out with such a friendly, welcoming bunch of folk, and I’m keen to head out with them again soon.”
So said Dundee Courier Reporter Gayle Ritchie after she joined the Grampian Club for a walk along Jock’s Road from Glen Doll to Braemar on the Club’s November 2023 Day Meet – click Here for a link to her report on the Dundee Courier website, or Here for a link to a pdf copy.
The Club also runs highly popular Weekend Meets, regular Climbing Meets, and Indoor Meets with frequent guest speakers. The Grampian Club also owns two properties which are superbly situated for access to some of Scotland’s finest mountains.
Membership of the Grampian Club includes membership of Mountaineering Scotland with all the benefits that brings.
Meets and Properties Status (06/11/2023)
The next Day Meet is on 17 December, the Sma’ Glen to Comrie. For further details, route options and link to booking click Here.
The next Weekend Meet is the 9-11 February 2024 meet to Aviemore.
The next Indoor Meet is the Christmas Get together and Quiz on Thursday 7 December. Click Here for details.
The 2024 Day Meets programme is Here
“A bit apprehensive as it was the first time I was joining such a well-established and long running club but was surprised at how welcome I was made to feel and I quickly felt at home and one of the group.”
“..range of interesting and exciting walks, likely to get me to places I wouldn’t get to on my own.”
“On the day of the walk I found the club members to be all very welcoming, the atmosphere on the bus was upbeat (considering the time of the morning) and everybody seemed to be well organised and equipped for the day.”
“As you may recall I decided to throw myself into a large pile of mud on the latter part of the descent from Beinn Narnain – luckily I had decided to pack some spare clothing at the last minute which came in handy.”
“Before actually participating in a club day out, and only having read the details on the website and in particular the “how to join” instructions I did think that the club seemed a bit heavy on rules and requirements, however after actually having participated in a day out with the club I think the overall organisation is great, really thorough and I think I had just not been used to this.”
Everyone was welcoming and friendly. Bus journeys all went to time. Our group was good in terms of ability and we had a lot of laughs.”
“No negative feedback everything was great and looking forward to many days on the hills with you all.”