Check out our calendar of upcoming adventurous events, trips and other BEC activities

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    Read reviews about how an event or activity went and see pictures from our members



    See the different outdoor activities that BEC Members take part in, why not join us?

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    Caving has become one the clubs most popular weekend activities…

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    We take part in cycle rides ranging from leisurely road rides to mountain bike races

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    Weekend Trips

    Most of our activities have trips away, in the UK and overseas.


Welcome to BEC (and our brand new website)

The Brighton Explorers Club is a multi-activity outdoors club based in Brighton, on the sunny south coast. We do a wide variety of activities including rock climbingroad cyclingmountain biking, walking, caving, kayaking, windsurfing, badminton, tennis and coasteering.

We welcome all levels including beginners, but generally we don’t offer instruction. We are an over 18’s only club, so unfortunately can’t accept minors on any of our activities or events. BEC is keen to encourage and support all members and especially younger members (18-30) to get into the outdoors.

Climbing, cycling, mountain biking and badminton happen every week all year round, kayaking, walkingtennis & windsurfing happen every week during the summer months.

We have regular weekend trips throughout the year, both locally, nationally and overseas.

BEC also runs regular social activities, be it a Bar-B-Que on the beach or a night at a local pub. We have strong links with Brighton Sailing Club (http://www.brightonsc.org.uk/) and have use of their bar/clubhouse/changing facilities on the sea front.

You must be a BEC member to take part in any of our activties, so if you would like to join then please click on the join here link or for further information either visit our contact page and send us a message, or come along to our new members night on the 2nd Wednesday of the month.

I look forward to hearing from you soon

Lee Rogers

How to Join BEC

So, like what you see?
Come to our new members night, held on the second Wednesday of the month at 8:30pm at Brighton Sailing Club, 111 Kings Road Arches, on the lower sea front level, 200 metres to the east of the West Pier, to meet us.
Or email the new members secretary, to find out more:


Organise an Event

Not found the BEC event you want? How about organising your own?

Upcoming Events

Afan MTB cycling weekend

I an organising a trip to Afan forest in South Wales the weekend of Au

Off road cycling/ Walking in Hampshire 1.+2.November

Dear All I am organizing an off road cycling/walking weekend in East M

Local walk

Details will be circulated a few days beforehand.

Local walk

Details will be circulated a few days in advance.

Local walk

Details will be circulated a few days in advance.

Local walk – Sat 14th Jun 2014

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Another great walk, cooler weather meant it was comfortable walking. Lots of orchids to enjoy.

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Local walk with river crossing – Sat 21st Jun 2014


A perfect day for this super walk from Seaford to Eastbourne. Clear blue skies and great views. No problems with crossing the river as tide was very low indeed! As […]

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Cairngorm Winter Skills

View across Loch Morlich from West to East

I went to Glenmore Lodge in the Cairngorms to do a 5 day winter skills course.

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Cliffs, coast and camping: May 23 – 26 – Thu 22nd May 2014

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What a great trip! This stretch of the Pembrokeshire Coast is beautiful …. so unspoilt and wild. We saw seals, masses of wild flowers and all sorts of birds. The […]

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Cliffs, coast and camping: May 23 – 26 – Thu 22nd May 2014

Are we really going in there?

Cliffs, coast and camping…. and climbing, coasteering and coves. Oh what a lovely weekend. Thank you to Jo for organising the trip, especially finding the wonderful campsite (Celtic camping – […]

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Local half day walk – Sun 25th May 2014


The walk turned out to be more like 5 miles, so ideal for a short half day, and the weather was kind to us.

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