Keep up to date with the latest news, gossip and outdoor action from the world of climbing, hill walking and mountaineering via our social media.
Our main page www.facebook.com/BritishMountaineeringCouncil currently has over 85,000 likes.
We've also got a friendly Facebook group. Share your pics and they could end up in Summit or on the main BMC Facebook page:
All BMC local areas also have their own Facebook pages:
@Team_BMC is the main BMC Twitterfeed, with a cross-section of all BMC news and the wider climbing and hill walking world. We currently have over 40,000 followers.
We also have several specialist Twitterfeeds:
@access_bmc The BMC Access twitter feed is a clearing-house not only for all the BMC’s Access and Conservation work, but also for the big stories affecting the outdoor world in this area at home and abroad.
@GB_Climbing is the UK’s official climbing competition information service, run by the guys at the heart of the British competition scene. It keeps you up-to-date with competition news at home and abroad.
@BMC_Walk is our hill walking voice on Twitter,followed by those who love walking in the mountains or want to find out more about how to go about it.
@BMCcymru Twitterfeed of the chair of the BMC Cymru/Wales Area.
@TGCclimbing is focused at women and girls as part of Sport England's This Girl Can Campaign to help more women get active.
Follow teambmc on Instagram for the latest behind-the-scenes shots of the BMC Ambassador Team. We've over 30,000 followers.
Check out all our BMC TV vids and playlists on our YouTube channel
WATCH: We Are GB Climbing
🧗♀️ FOLLOW: GB Climbing's Instagram for exclusive photos and results
⛰️ JOIN: Become a BMC member and support GB Climbing
📺 WATCH: GB Climbing YouTube playlist
🐦SCROLL: GB Climbing on X for live updates
👍 LIKE: GB Climbing Facebook for even more news and photos
👀 VISIT: GB Climbing website and see who's on the team
GB Climbing is supported by the BMC, Mountaineering Scotland and Secur-it. Many UK walls also support the GB Climbing team through free or subsidised entry.
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