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Your chance to own a piece of Tremadog climbing history!
For decades, climbers have been testing themselves on the walls of Craig Bwlch y Moch, Tremadog, drawn by famous routes such as One Step in the Clouds, Vector and Strawberries.
Now, Tremadog's rich climbing heritage is celebrated in this print by leading crag artist Phil Gibson. Each of the 100 limited edition prints is individually signed on the front by a trio of legendary Tremadog pioneers: Joe Brown, Ron Fawcett and Eric Jones.
The result is a truly unique piece of climbing art to hang on your wall. A future collector's item, it would also make the perfect gift for anyone who has climbed at Tremadog.
The print is 28cm x 61cm and comes mounted in a high-quality black pine frame (total size 74.5cm x 52cm). It is securely packaged and delivered by courier. There are only 100 prints available.
50% of the profits from the sales of this artwork will go to the BMC Access & Conservation Trust, the BMC charity that funds projects to protect our cliffs and mountains across the British Isles.
These limited-edition prints are £250. But we've got a special introductory offer price (for BMC members only) of £175. This offer runs until 31 Dec 2011.
These prices include postage and packaging. If collecting from the BMC office, there is a £15 reduction in price.
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