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Posted by Tina Gardner on 23/07/2013

There are around 300 climbing, hill walking and mountaineering clubs in England and Wales which are affiliated to the BMC.

There are two easy ways to find clubs near to you:


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Can you please advise if you know any climbing instructors or guides in the Murcia region of Spain. Many thanks -Neil
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