Hill Walking Essentials DVD

Posted by Hannah Skeldon on 29/01/2009
The BMC Hill Walking Essentials DVD.

You can now pick up a copy of the latest DVD in this popular series from our online shop.

It shows the essential skills and techniques for hill walking, and follows two walkers, Fredelina and Ben, on days out in the British mountains. See how they prepare for their walks, the challenges they face and the decisions they make.

Filmed in the Lake District and the Scottish Highlands, the skills and techniques shown are relevant to all Britain’s mountain areas. The film and accompanying technical chapters provide over two hours of expert information and advice, which is applicable to all hill walkers, whatever their level of experience.

“Hill Walking Essentials portrays the beauty and challenges of summer hill walking in the UK. Packed with useful safety information, beginners and experienced walkers will find this DVD a valuable aid to their adventures in the hills”.
Cameron McNeish

Hill Walking Essentials has been jointly produced by the BMC, the Mountaineering Council of Scotland and Mountain Training.

Buy Hill Walking Essentials now in the BMC shop.

Watch the Hill Walking Essentials trailer on BMC TV

Watch this and more skills videos on BMC TV

Buy Hill Walking Essentials now in the BMC shop.



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