Mountaineering Club

The Oxford University Mountaineering Club is one of the oldest and most active mountaineering clubs of its kind. OUMC climbs regularly at crags and mountains across the UK alongside a busy schedule of indoor climbing, exciting social events, training courses and participation in national competitions.

The club seeks to provide financial support for its members by subsidising the cost of the weekly outdoor meets and professional training to grow and maintain our broad skill base. 

It also maintains a supply of technical equipment to enable new members to gain as much as possible from the sport without the need for considerable immediate investment.

Any donations will help the club to continue supporting our members’ mountaineering achievements both in the UK and abroad, and will be greatly appreciated.

  • £15 will pay for a new belay device
  • £30 will pay for a new harness or helmet
  • £40 will pay for a new indoor rope
  • £60 will revitalise a bouldering mat at Iffley
  • £200 will help subsidise all the participants in a ropework course
  • £300 will pay for a new set of ice axes and crampons