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e-Newsletter November 2011

Well, it’s some sort of relief to be back behind my desk after a month exploring a region of unclimbed peaks in western Nepal with the indomitable Mick Fowler.

We're looking forward to the annual celebration of mountain culture that is Kendal Mountain Festival. If you’re attending the event, come and visit us in the festival marquee.

Dave Turnbull, BMC CEO

Latest BMC News
Climbing and conservation film
Climbers have a good record of appreciating the conservation interests of crags. Our film highlights the need to maintain such awareness.
GB Climbing Teams storm Westminster
A reception for the British Climbing Teams took place at the Houses of Parliament on Wednesday 2 November.
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Are you a would-be winter warrior? Don't miss the BMC winter skills lectures this November/December: the ideal way to get set for the season.
India's Shark's Fin finally climbed
One of the most attempted and most coveted lines in the entire Himalaya has finally fallen to Americans Conrad Anker, Jimmy Chin and Renan Ozturk.
BMC Open Youth Winter Competition: Lead and Bouldering  updated
The BMC Open Youth Winter Lead Event will be held at Awesome Walls, Liverpool on 8 December. There will also be a brand-new bouldering-only event at the Climbing Hangar, Liverpool on 9 December. Both competitions are designed to be fun but competitive.
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