Make Your Winter Count 2021

Posted by Becky McGovern on 22/11/2021
Photo courtesy of Montane

Take your winter adventure skills to the next level with #MakeWinterCount. These popular events are back to help you stride out into the winter hills and mountains with confidence. We will be running three events this year, with in person evenings in London and Manchester, and a virtual event on zoom.

This event is brilliant for anyone who wants to learn more about winter hill and mountain skills. You'll go from bumbling about to striding with confidence to the summit after you've gained all the knowledge from our experts Sam Leary and Mick Jones.

🎟️ Book your ticket 🎟️

Event content

The evening will cover everything the new winter adventurer could possibly need including:

  • What to wear
  • Planning your day
  • Reading the weather
  • Packing a rucksack
  • Boots, crampons & axes
  • Avalanche awareness

London

Monday 29th November
19:30-21:30

University College London
Christopher Ingold Building
XLG2 Auditorium
20 Gordon Street
WC1H 0AJ

Manchester

Tuesday 30th November
19:30-21:30

Lecture Theatre A
Roscoe Building
University of Manchester
M13 9PL

Online

Wednesday 1st December
19:30-21:30
Virtual event hosted on Zoom

Tickets on sale now

Tickets for in person events cost £6.99 for BMC members and £9.99 for non-members.

Tickets for the online event cost £4.99 for BMC members and £9.99 for non-members. 

Book your ticket

Prizes

To add to the fun, event sponsor Montane have given us some great prizes to give away each evening!

BMC Winter skills film playlist

WATCH: Get yourself winter ready by watching our skills films on BMC YouTube

#MakeWinterCount

Remember to share your winter adventures on social media with us all by using the hashtag #MakeWinterCount. 

Sponsored by Montane

Further information

Please contact Becky McGovern at the BMC


Take your winter adventure skills to the next level with #MakeWinterCount.

These popular events are back to help you stride out into the winter hills and mountains with confidence. We will be running three events this year, with in person evenings in London on 29th November and Manchester on 30th November, and a virtual event on Zoom on 1st December.

This event is brilliant for anyone who wants to learn more about winter hill and mountain skills. You'll go from bumbling about to striding with confidence to the summit after you've gained all the knowledge from our experts Sam Leary and Mick Jones.

🎟️ Book your ticket 🎟️

Event content

The evening will cover everything the new winter adventurer could possibly need including:

  • What to wear
  • Planning your day
  • Reading the weather
  • Packing a rucksack
  • Boots, crampons & axes
  • Avalanche awareness

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