Club Night
The South - Beauport (Gully Wall)

Club Night
The South - Beauport (Gully Wall)

We’re back at Gully Wall this week, giving you another chance to tackle that route that eluded you last time.

We will meet at the car park at 4.30pm and walk to the crag from there.

Please note that ALL attendees need to be current members in order to climb on club ropes as well as borrow any club gear. Read more in our frequently asked questions.

Please RSVP to let us know you’re attending and if you need to borrow a harness. If you have any questions, leave a comment below or ask us on Discord.

Hope to see you there!



Sunset 20:34
High Tide 18:03
Tide Height 10.0m
Weather Jersey MET  
Route Suggestions
Lead The Arete (HVS 5a *)
Top Rope Hailstone Crack (HS 4b ***)
The Layback (HS 4b **)
Master’s Thrutch (E1 5c **)


Approach Difficulty
2/4 Difficulty scale 2 out of 4
View in Google Maps
what3words gives every 3m x 3m in the world a unique 3 word address. This one describes the precise location of the crag. Click here to learn more.


We require everyone to RSVP for contact-tracing purposes as well as to check ratios of beginners to more experienced members.

Please let us know if you’re attending and if you need to borrow a harness. If you have any questions, leave a comment below or ask us on Discord.

The deadline for RSVPs in 3pm on the day.

Frequently Asked Questions

Frequently Asked Questions

Do I need to join the club to attend club night?

If you are an independent climber with your own gear and require no instruction or supervision, then no. However if you are new to climbing, we do require you to be a member to provide 3rd party liability insurance from the BMC. This ensures that all parties are insured if an incident occurs as a result of using our gear or receiving advice or instruction from our members.

Membership starts at £10 for 3 months, or £25 for the year. Find out more here: Become a Member.

Do I need any previous experience?

Not at all. We have experienced members and volunteers on hand teach you the skills and techniques to climb safely.

Do I need to bring anything with me?

Providing you are a member (see above), the club provides all the equipment you will need to take part in the session. The only equipment we don’t provide is climbing shoes, but if you don’t have any of your own, just wear some comfortable, well fitting trainers. Make sure you also bring plenty to eat and drink and dress appropriately for the weather.

If you attend club nights regularly, you’re encouraged to invest in your own equipment as newer members will have priority when it comes to using club gear. Read our equipment guide for advice on what to buy.

How do I find you?

The map on this page is true and accurate. Study it and make note of landmarks before the session. If you allow location permissions in the browser on your mobile device, it will show your location on the map to help you find your way. There are also links to show the location of the crag in Google Maps and What3words.

Can my child come along?

We do not accept children under 15. If your child is between 15 and 18 we will need a parent or guardian present who shall be responsible for them at all times during the session. Read more about children and the JRCC.