What is it, and why Polldubh?


It's a mountaineering/outdoor club for the Fort William and Lochaber area, founded in 2009 initially as a climbing club, becoming an Mountaineering Scotland (formerly MCofS) Member Club in 2013, and subsequently officially broadening its scope to mountaineering and the great outdoors in general.

While our members climb, scramble, walk, run, ski and cycle in many different locations and we expect to do the same as a Club, we've taken our name from our much-loved local crags of Glen Nevis, which have proved to be amongst Scotland's finest and most popular cragging venues over many years since their first known exploration in the 1940s.

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Photo: Torridon Meet, June 2014

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Torridon Meet, June 2014

How to join

To join or request further information, please see the Contact page.

Club Logo

Club logo based on drawing by Klaus Schwartz (as featured on cover of original 1970 guide to the Polldubh Crags) of Moira Horsburgh on Pinnacle Ridge and used by permission.

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What's happening?

Latest logbook entries

Club AGM 16th November

Posted 7 November 2017 by Geoff H
The 2017 AGM will be held at 7.00pm on Thursday 16th November at the Underwater Centre.
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Subscriptions 2017 - 18

Posted 31 March 2017 by Geoff H
The updated membership form is now up (http://www.polldubhclub.org/contact/) & ready for this years subs. You can either print a copy off & post or complete online & email. 

If you want bank details for direct payments, please email the treasurer.

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Site modifications

Posted 21 May 2016 by Peter Duggan
The Club website's just had a quick overhaul to make it more mobile-friendly. The Home, Archive, Links and Contact pages should now be fully responsive (note how the Home page layout reduces to a single column), with the Forum (including Logbook) and Gallery sections also significantly improved for narrow screens (sorry, no 'quick' way to eliminate horizontal Gallery scrolling there!).
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