No, cheap flights ended that. But the coaches still run - see check out

Sorry, no. We'd love to but we just get too many requests.

Individual BMC Members are covered by both Civil Liability and Personal Accident Disability insurance for hill walking, climbing and mountaineering. This insurance also covers candidates during training and whilst gaining relevant experience during the consolidation / log book period. The BMC can also provide professional indemnity insurance for those award holders requiring it - just contact the office.
No. These registrations should be done direct with Mountain Training via their website or call 01690 720314
Yes.  Membership is open to leaders who already hold or are registered for any national award of the UK's Mountain Training Boards.  MLTA should not be confused with the mountain leader training awards ie. WGL, MLA and SPA, as they are totally different things.
Yes, providing that all of your clubs have paid their subscriptions to the BMC. Refunds need to be requested in writing stating through which clubs you are affiliated. You can either email this information to: or write in to the Member Services Team. Refunds need to be claimed each year, for that current year and an invitation to claim is published every year in the March edition of Summit magazine.
Once we have received your application it is processed into our system and sent out 2nd class post within 3 days. Royal Mail can take up to 10 days to deliver 2nd class post.
Easy. Just join using Direct Debit and you'll get 25% off your membership. See here for details.
As well as supporting the valuable work undertaken by the BMC on behalf of climbers, hill walkers and mountaineers, becoming a member gives you access to a wide range of member benefits.
Join 82,000 BMC members and support British climbing, walking and mountaineering. Membership only £16.97.
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Great range of guidebooks, DVDs, books, calendars and maps.
All with discounts for members.
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Get covered with BMC Insurance. Our five policies take you from the beach to Everest.
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