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Lakes Festival Of Climbing Video

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This year's BMC Lakes Festival of Climbing is taking place over the weekend of 12-14th June in the glorious Duddon Valley.

The event is open to everyone, and was a great success last year with great weather, excellent climbing and a very sociable atmosphere. Climb at your own level on any of the excellent valley or mountain crags, and simply enjoy yourself!

Details:

  • Camping and bunkhouse accommodation
  • Music/DJ's
  • Super Celebrity Prize Quiz and Raffle: Prizes Include a Weeks Accommodation in the Dolomites courtesy of www.DolomitesApartment.com
  • Campfires and Juggling
  • Workshops
  • Fine Weather

You can find the poster here: BMC Website - Poster

Watch the Video:

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8 Jun, 2009
What is it that actually goes on there? Is it just pretty much everyone plans to go too the lakes for the weekend, then there's a party afterwards?
Unfortunately the Dow, Duddon & Slate guide is now out of print and the last few remaining copies in the shops will probably have gone by then. However, I have been scanning some of the crags and have put them on the FRCC website as free pdf downloads: http://www.frcc.co.uk/publications.asp#7 These downloads don't include the new routes but these are available to print out elsewhere on the FRCC website.
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