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The Achille Ratti Climbing Club was founded by Bishop T.B. Pearson in 1940 and named after Monsignor Achille Ratti, a parish priest in Northern Italy who was an accomplished climber. Monsignor Achille Ratti later became Pope Pius X1.

The club has a total membership of about 800. Members are active in a wide variety of outdoor activities including climbing, fell walking, fell running, mountain biking, and cycling.

The ARCC has 4 huts, 3 in the English Lake District and one in North Wales. They provide comfortable, ideally located accomodation to members and their guests.

The club holds meets throughout the year based at the Club Huts or other mountain locations. The organised meets cater for all tastes and levels of ability. Meets are held centered on a number of activities including rock climbing, winter fell walking, fell racing, mountain biking, low level walking, long distance fell walking, bird watching, barbecuing (very popular!) and an annual dinner.

Achille Ratti Climbing Club

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The ARCC is now on Twitter
04 Dec 2014

We now have a twitter account. Follow us:

ARCC Annual Dinner - Sat 15th Nov
19 Oct 2014

There are still a few places available. Venue: Chapel Stile Village Hall meet at 7.30 ready to enjoy a three course meal at 8.00 Menu: Home cooked food by Br

Another successful maintenance meet at Tyn Twr!
19 Oct 2014

Big thanks to John & Ann McGonagle for hosting another successful working weekend at Tyn Twr. The somewhat 'unsettled' weather didn't dampen the spirits of those who came, and just about everythin

Have your ARCC newsletters sent by email
15 Oct 2014

Attention All Members! Sending newsletters by post both expensive for the club, and time-consuming for those involved. It is a lot of hard work! Please help us out by opting to receive your futu

ARCC Sub-Committe
15 Oct 2014

View the latest info about the proposed new ARCC sub-committe by clicking here  

Grisedale Horseshoe Fell Race 2014

Results...

Our New Hut

Click to see how work is progressing at Little Ground House