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OUR HUT

Close to all the action, our converted farmhouse 'Tal Y Braich' is the home away from home for WMC club members. It's a ten minute walk to Dinorwig Slate, down the road from Llanberis Pass and (literally) within line of sight of Anglesey and the almighty cliffs of Gogarth. Failing that, it's a mean spot for a quick drive to Tremadog or the Moelwyns. Sample all the best North Wales has to offer, without sacrificing the creature comforts...

ACCOMMODATION

The Cottage

A mix of two storey and three story bunks can sleep 16 people in total. With hot showers and a wood stove, you can relax after a hard day at the crag or in the mountains

The BYRE

Originally the cowshed, the Byre has been converted to sleep ten. It's for members only and is kept free when the cottage has outside bookings, so you'll always be able to stay!

We've got standard hut fees to make it simple, wherever you stay...

£4

£6

£8

WMC Members

Fully paid up members only pay £4 per night for their stay in either the Cottage or Byre

WMC Guests

Each WMC member can bring with them up to three guests per hut visit

Visiting Clubs

One flat rate cost for visiting club members - including all the heating and hot water you need.

FIND US

The best ways to approach the hut are via the A5 or the A55. If you are using Satnav you can use the postcode LL55 3EW or coordinates 53.15876 North, 4.1393 West. Alternatively, it's at grid ref OS 587 624.

The hut is smack bang between Llanberis and Bethesda, so there are plenty of shops, pubs and restaurants.

CHECK AVAILABILITY

ENQUIRIES AND RESERVATIONS

We only take bookings from other mountaineering clubs and current members. Click here to find out more about joining WMC and getting access to our lovely hut!

We are a BMC affiliated Club. 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.

We are a BMC affiliated Club. 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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