CCA provides regular opportunities for local climbers to network, discuss local issues, organise trips, catch up on recent exploits, and find new climbing partners, as well as see and hear from a range of speakers about their climbing experiences in Australia and overseas.
General meetings are held five times during the year (on the 3rd Wednesday of March, May, July, September and November) and involve a rundown of the CCA’s recent activities plus general climbing news and points of interest, followed by a guest speaker presentation.
CCA members and non-members are invited to come along and join the general discussion.
Meetings commence at 7:45pm. The meeting venue will be noted on the calendar item for the meeting.
Social nights and special events
CCA members, non-members, friends and significant others get together on the 3rd Wednesday of every month that doesn’t hold a general meeting (that is, February, April, June, August, October and December) for a social chin-wag. Social nights are commonly held at an inner city pub from 7pm; the venue will be noted on the calendar item for the event. Drinks and dinner are available at the bar.
Special events are organised to commemorate noteworthy occasions, such as anniversary celebrations.
Outdoor activities, including Club Climbing Days
The CCA gets together for climbing days and weekends several times per year at local climbing areas. This is a great way for people interested in climbing in its various forms to get together, socialise, climb, and find new people to climb with.
CCA outdoor activities are generally free of charge, although there may be some inherent costs associated with the activity (such as camping fees for overnight trips).
Activities are open to CCA members, and non-members will be required to join the CCA on the day ($20 for a year’s membership or $50 for 3 years).
All (non-meeting) activities will require participants to sign an Activity Waiver (PDF 75KB).
Do you want to climb with me?
As well as announcing CCA notices and upcoming events, the CCA Facebook page provides information about CCA members’ climbing plans and an opportunity for members to invite others to join their trips.
Other (non-CCA) Facebook groups where the Canberra climbing community posts trip invitations and climbing partner requests or offers are: