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ACCESS & CONSERVATION

When will I be able to go climbing and hill walking again?

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04/05/2020

As Covid 19 restrictions show no end, many of us are wondering when we can get back to normality, and the freedom to take part in hill walking and climbing outside. Elfyn Jones from the BMC access team takes a look at the situation – and what the BMC is doing about it.
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SUMMIT MAGAZINE

Top five BMC TV hillwalking films for lockdown

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14/04/2020

Who here is missing the hills? 🙋 We all know they'll be there once our lockdown is lifted, but that doesn't make their absence underfoot any easier. Until you can be reunited with the hills again, we're bringing you five of the best BMC TV films dedicated to those pointy landmasses we all love so much.
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ACCESS & CONSERVATION

What to do on a sunny Easter bank holiday?

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09/04/2020

You may well have made plans of one type or another for what you’re going to be doing over the Easter bank holiday with friends and family but these will now have to be put on hold as we continue to respect the Covid-19 restrictions. Having said that, there is still plenty you can do at home.
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ACCESS & CONSERVATION

Should I go for a walk during lockdown?

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06/04/2020

Yes, please do go for a gentle walk as part of your daily exercise if you can do so safely and from your front door. However, you must ensure you stick to Government guidelines and keep yourself and others safe.
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ACCESS & CONSERVATION

BMC Hill Walking Event 2020 Report

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31/03/2020

Windermere is the largest natural lake in England. It is a ribbon lake formed in a glacial trough after the retreat of ice at the start of the current interglacial period. But you probably already knew that, especially if you joined us on the Geology Walk led by Stephen Mott at the BMC HIll Walking Event 2020.
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ACCESS & CONSERVATION

Climbing and hill walking: it’s time to put it on hold

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23/03/2020

The BMC and mountain rescue teams advise all climbers, hill walkers and mountaineers to stay in their home area and put all climbing and hill walking on hold.
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ACCESS & CONSERVATION

Hills 2 Oceans returns for 2020

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25/02/2020

Since the start of 2019, Hills 2 Oceans (H2O) has been calling on BMC members and the wider public to get involved in a litter pick to help remove as much litter and plastic from our hills, mountains and crags as possible so it doesn’t end up in our oceans. The campaign is back for 2020 and this year we’re calling on volunteers to do even more.
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SKILLS

Courses, workshops and lectures with the BMC in 2020

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18/12/2019

There are a range of courses, lectures, workshops and training opportunities that the BMC organises to bring the best value possible to its members.
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YOUTH & EQUITY

BMC Black Dog Outdoor Guided Walks 2020

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17/12/2019

The BMC helped to support Black Dog Outdoors to run several guided walks in 2019 which people could go on, for free, with qualified Mountain Leaders and mental health first-aiders for support. And these will be running in 2020 also. Let's find out from Steph Miller what they're all about and how you can attend.
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ACCESS & CONSERVATION

The Real3Peaks Challenge: 7 years old

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04/10/2019

The Real3Peaks Challenge, an event that has removed 2.3 tonnes of litter from popular peaks after the busy summer period, is turning seven years old on Saturday 12 October and is going nationwide too! This year, alongside the 'Big 3' peaks, events will also be held at Lochnagar, Cairngorm/Ben Macdui, Bennachie, Ben Lomond, the Isle of Skye, Roseberry Topping, the Roaches, Old Man of Coniston and Pen y Fan. Find out how to join us and help.
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