Harrison's Rocks Outdoor Meet cancelled

Posted by Christian Lund on 19/04/2012

The propsed BMC's London & SE Area outdoor meet at Harrison's Rocks on 21st and 22nd of April has been cancelled due to the rainy weather. Apologies for that.

Now cancelled
Volunteers will be on hand to show first time visitors around, and we'll be providing organisational skills to oil the machine of a spring climbing meet.

You'll need to bring your own equipment: Harrison's is a top-rope venue, so you need a couple of long slings, some screwgate carabiners, and a rope as well as the usual harness, belay device, shoes, chalk, brains & technique needs!

For more information, please get in touch via the message facilities on this site, or on the facebook page

Note that we can't provide equipment or instruction for total novices, although we can probably dispense some informal words of wisdom if required. :-)



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12/04/2012
A little more notice would be appreciated, it may also be worth sending out to the London South East mailing list as I'm sure most of us don't check the BMC site that often...
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12/04/2012
... and the picture is at High Rocks ... :)

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