We Are the

Nuneaton Hill Walking and Mountaineering Club which is a long-established group of people who have come together to share their love of hill and mountain walking.

What we do

Our main aim is to walk the hills and mountains in some of the most scenic parts of the England, Wales, Scotland and Ireland. We also occasionally venture overseas with the same aim in mind.

Why join us

  • We are a small friendly group based in Nuneaton but have members as far away as Scotland
  • We are open to new members across all levels of experience.
  • We can provide informal help and advice to newcomers.
  • All club walks are led by an experienced walker/mountaineer.
  • We offer a full schedule of events ranging from simple local day walks, through weekends in the Lakes/Snowdonia and the like, to weeks in the Scottish Mountains (check out our 2024 programme for details of what we are currently planning).
  • Our events are always tailored to the needs of our members
  • We have regular Thursday night social meets (see below for details).
  • Membership automatically includes membership of the British Mountaineering Council (BMC) with its associated benefits of:
    • Third party Insurance for outdoor activities whilst participating in our club’s activities
    • Access to other clubs’ huts for venues, again at competitive rates
    • BMC Formal training at competitive rates
  • We also arrange other events such as canoeing and cycling as well as ad-hoc social meets

Still got questions

Why not check out our FAQ page for further information or contact Helen or Colin.


Why not contact our Membership Secretary Helen at helen@nunmc.org.uk or telephone her on 07748406780 or our Meets Secretary Colin on 024 7637 2587 for an informal chat or pop down to Attleborough Liberal Club, Bull Street Nuneaton at 8pm every Thursday.

Don’t forget to check out our programme first to make sure we’re not all off on a trip!

The BMC Participation Statement say that: The BMC recognises that climbing and mountaineering are activities with a danger of personal injury or death. Participants in these activities should be aware of and accept these risks and be responsible for their own actions.

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