Exciting news for you keen skiers! We have partnered with Fall-Line Skiing - the UK's best specialist ski magazine with the best coverage on gear, backcountry, powder & stonking places to ride.
The new magazine package is available for BMC members to opt-in for a special highly discounted subscription price of six issues for £22, running from October through till March, all throughout the Ski season.
Fall-Line is a magazine, started by a bunch of ex-pat Brits in Chamonix in 1991, dedicated to fantastic skiing. Everyone who reads the mag finishes it and can’t wait to hit the slopes. It’s like an injection of snow that starts in September and doesn’t let up until March, filling you with inspiration.
Their writers are a mix of the best skiers on the globe and the best writers about skiing – the latter would be the first to admit they’re not dropping off cliffs any day soon, but they’ll find the secret runs full of fresh powder and the gear that will make your skiing even better.
This exclusive deal is only available to BMC members. Just select the Fall-Line Skiing subscription option if you're joining online, or call our Membership Services Team on 0161 445 6111 if you're already a BMC member and want to add it to your membership package.
Calling all winter warriors – share your winter journey to join our amazing competition. Want to find out how to win free stuff with your polar pics? Read on.
Over the whole of winter, starting in November, the BMC and Lowe Alpine are running an immense competition that you don't want to miss.
If you've a penchant for snowy slopes, frosty escapades, or dicey ice adventures, make sure to take some epic snaps or short videos along the way. Then, when you return to your hero's welcome, share your winter journey with us via social media with the right hashtag to enter our fantastic monthly prize draw.
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