We’re excited to bring you the latest issue of Summit magazine – with a twist. The Lost Summer: issue 98 is almost entirely a digital edition. Read on to discover more.
As the realities of Coronavirus bit, we decided to save postal resources and costs by producing the summer Summit as a digital-only edition. We’re pleased to say that the first-ever digital-only Summit is now out and free for all our members to read.
This Lost Summer issue is not only a tribute to legendary climber Joe Brown, it’s packed full of your lockdown tales – from home training to Steve McClure literally climbing his walls.
How to access Summit 98 online
Read it in your browser
Download the Summit app for iOS devices
Download the Summit app in Google Play
(Use your BMC-registered email and membership number to login)
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Want a printed copy?
Don’t tell anyone, but we have printed 250 limited-edition copies. These are available in the BMC Shop at £5 each, with all money going towards The Climate Project: a new BMC project with Moors for the Future to help save Peak District moorland.
🛒 Buy your limited-edition printed copy
Having trouble accessing the digital issue?
If digital really isn’t your thing, or you know of someone else who’d like a printed copy, email email@example.com and we’ll try and help.
We hope you enjoy this one-off issue, and we’ll be back with a printed version in the autumn.
Don't forget the 2020 Members Handbook
The 2020 Handbook is also online. Read it here (no login needed).
We want to say a big thanks to every BMC member who continues to support 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 do it without you.
Did you know that we've just launched a new U27 membership offer for just £1 / month? And with full membership from £1.66 / month, it's never been easier to join and support our work:
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