Check out the latest additions to the shop, as well as some special offers for the month of August.
We’ve added quite a few new products to the shop including a great selection of climbing and walking guidebooks, mountain literature, maps and DVDs.
Highlights for climbers and mountaineers include an updated edition of the Climbers’ Club guide to Symonds Yat and a guide to recent developments on Peak limestone from Ground Up. Further afield there are new cragging guides to Rodellar, Fontainebleau and the Interlaken area of Switzerland. The fantastic alpine rock climbing on the flanks of Stetind in Norway gets the photo-topo treatment, and there’s a new edition of a popular guidebook to Mont Blanc’s classic routes.
For walkers, there's a new trekking guide to the Indian Himalaya and a guide to some great mountain day walks and scrambles in Snowdonia – the perfect companion to the new British Mountain Map of southern Snowdonia.
Armchair adventures are also catered for, with inspirational climbing videos, an illustrated history of mountaineering in the Cairngorms, an investigation of the events on K2 in 2008 that claimed eleven lives, and a new book which charts the social, economic and cultural history of British rock climbing and mountaineering.
Visit the What’s New section of the BMC online shop to see all the new titles.
This month our Hill Walking Deal lets you save an extra 10% on a range of maps, guidebooks and instructional manuals – which means that BMC members can save up to 20% on selected products. Offer ends 31 August 2010.
Visit our Hill Walking Deals page
Also this month, get free postage & packing on the new British Mountain Map of Snowdonia South. Just type in the voucher code South at checkout.
Or take advantage of our fantastic ‘3 for 2’ deal on all British Mountain Maps.
Due out next month is the new edition of the BMC publication Safety on Mountains, the Climbers’ Club guidebook to Tremadog, and How to Climb Harder. Keep a lookout for other forthcoming titles.
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