Competitions calendar 2022 UPDATED 05/05/22

Some changes have had to be made to the calendar of events and some events remain provisional at the moment, updates will be provided prior to each event based on current government guidance.

All-Nation Bouldering Series

All-Nation Roped Series

  • 2-3 April – Irish Lead Climbing Championships
  • 4 June – Scottish Youth Climbing Championships (EICA, Ratho)
  • 30-31 July – English Lead Climbing Championships
  • 3-4 Sept – Welsh Lead Climbing Championships (The Beacon, Caernarfon)

British Championships

Para Climbing Series

Youth Climbing Series

  • 17 September- Round 1
  • 1 October- Round 2
  • 22 October- Round 3
  • 5 November- Round 4
  • 26-27 November- YCS Grand Final

ClimbScotland Fun Competitions 2022

  • Roped FUN Comp: Drop-In dates: 31st January - 13th March
  • Boulder FUN Comp: Drop-in dates (Cancelled)

Other UK events

  • 5-6 March- Plywood Masters
  • 19-20 March - The Climbing Works International Festival (CWIF)
  • 19 Feb – BUCS Climbing Championships at the Climbing Works

What is the All-Nations Series?

Our new Four Nations Series has been developed in close collaboration with Mountaineering Ireland and BMC.

The All-Nation Series is for Youth competitors and will involve four boulder and four lead events run in Scotland, Ireland, England and Wales. Competitors can enter an individual event or the entire series to be crowned series champion. Scotland will cater only for youth categories A to D at the SYBC and SYCC. starting this year Youth E competitors are unable to take part in the National competitions.

Registration for English and Welsh (BMC) and Irish (MI) events is through the respective National Governing Bodies.

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