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Are you new to climbing?
Or are you looking to improve your climbing skills?
Then the BMC's new special edition magazine Get into Climbing is for you.
Get Into Climbing
This 100 page glossy is packed with expert advice on; what equipment you’ll need, types of climbing to try out, top outdoor venues, tips for technique, and how to progress. It’ll help you get to grips with everything; from holds to harnesses, bouldering to belaying, and to taking your first steps to climbing outdoors.
Brimming with over 30 articles it has everything you need to know from learning the lingo, to what gear you need for sport, trad and bouldering. Emma Twyford reveals all about her first lead; while Calum Muskett, Lucy Creamer and Molly Thompson-Smith tell us why they love to climb. The secret to moving like a master is unlocked, and the inspirational photo gallery is sure to get you psyched.
One new climber commented that after reading Get into Climbing she now feels that climbing outside is firmly on her agenda, something she never imagined happening having only climbed indoors. Check out reader reviews.
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