The latest issue of Summit magazine is here. The autumn issue (103) is almost entirely a digital edition. Read on to discover more.
The autumn Summit is released as a digital-only edition. We’re still dealing with the effects of Covid-19 on our membership income, so this postal saving allows us to invest more in our core work.
This is our second digital-only issue of Summit, the first was in the summer of 2020.
The autumn digital issue is packed full of everything you’ve come to expect from Summit: the latest gear, competitions, interviews and features.
We hope you enjoy this special issue, and we’ll be back with a printed version for your winter issue.
How to access Summit 103 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)
Help, more details and read other issues online
Want a printed copy?
We've also printed 250 limited-edition copies. These are available in the BMC Shop at £5 each, with all money going towards The Climate Project: the 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?
Email firstname.lastname@example.org if you encounter any problems.
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 for your winter issue.
Take your winter adventure skills to the next level with #MakeWinterCount.
These popular events are back to help you stride out into the winter hills and mountains with confidence. We will be running three events this year, with in person evenings in London on 29th November and Manchester on 30th November, and a virtual event on Zoom on 1st December.
This event is brilliant for anyone who wants to learn more about winter hill and mountain skills. You'll go from bumbling about to striding with confidence to the summit after you've gained all the knowledge from our experts Sam Leary and Mick Jones.
The evening will cover everything the new winter adventurer could possibly need including:
What to wear
Planning your day
Reading the weather
Packing a rucksack
Boots, crampons & axes
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