We’ve just published our 2020 BMC members’ handbook online. You can read it for free through our app or in a browser. Find out all the details.
Each year, we publish the BMC members’ handbook. This is packed full of stories, essential skills, event and information, bringing the varied work of the BMC to life.
The 2020 edition is a little late, as we had to re-write a lot of it due to Coronavirus, but we’re pleased to say that it’s now out and looking great.
To celebrate and promote the diversity of our work, this issue is free to view in a browser or download using the Summit app - you won't need your membership number.
Have a read, and share the link to spread our message.
Access success stories
The launch of GB Climbing
Molly Thompson-Smith talks Olympics and the impact of Coronavirus
The Blind Old Man of Hoy: Jesse Dufton interview
The Climate Project
Mental health and the outdoors with Blackdog Outdoors
Mountain Training award schemes
BMC volunteer awards
Mountain Heritage Trust
How to join a club
How to use BMC national huts
Pathways into climbing for young people
Diversity in the British outdoors
What’s on BMC TV
Our new near-miss reporting system
Local areas and BMC volunteer positions
How to stay in touch
How to read it
View it in your browser
Download the Summit app for iOS devices
Download the Summit app in Google Play
As the climbing walls, crags and mountains start to open, we wanted to say thanks to every BMC member who supported us through the Coronavirus crisis.
From weekly Facebook Lives and GB Climbing home training videos, to our access team working to re-open the crags and fight for your mountain access, we couldn’t have made it without you.
If you liked what we did, then tell your friends about us: www.thebmc.co.uk/join
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