Lucho Dillitos join our Hills 2 Oceans campaign

Posted by Jon Chittenden on 25/08/2020

We’re excited to announce that Luchos Dillitos have now joined the BMC Hills 2 Ocean campaign as a sponsor. Luchos Dillitos are race-proven natural energy bars that come in a compostable leaf wrapping.

This year, we want to remove mountains of waste from the places we love. There are 5.25 trillion pieces of plastic debris in the ocean. If no action is taken, this figure will treble within the next ten years. 80% of litter in the seas comes from inland. Plastic bottles, crisp packets, cigarette packs and cans will end up in our oceans unless we do something about it.

Our Hills 2 Oceans (H20) campaign started in 2019. We offer hand-held litter pickers, reusable and biodegradable bin bags as well as all the information you need to get started in our resource pack. As mountain litter has increased during Covid, we’ve sent out over 800 litter pickers and 2,000 bags in the summer season.

We’re now excited to announce a new partnership with Lucho Dillitos. Lucho Dillitos are all-natural Colombian energy bars. Race proven for over 50 years, these delicious blocks of guava are a tasty and natural way to get an energy boost. And, not only are they a natural, gluten-free, vegan snack, they come in a 100% compostable leaf wrapper. They come in four great flavours: classic plain guavaguava and raspberryguava and feijoa and guava and coffee.



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Cath Flitcroft, BMC Access Officer said: “It’s great to have the support of Lucho Dillitos. Their sustainability credentials are a great fit for H2O and they’ll help us make a real difference on the crags, hills and mountains.”



Grab a deal: BMC Members get 25% off Lucho Dillitos

To celebrate our new partnership, BMC members get an exclusive 25% off from  We’ll email all members the discount code or email with your membership number.

More FAQs about the BMC and Covid-19

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🌳 What's the situation in Wales? Read the full July update here

😷 When and how will the walls reopen?  In England it's July 25th Read the ABC's advice for walls and watch their live update here

✈️ Can I now travel abroad again? Get the latest answers to going abroad with travel restrictions now easing

🛒 Is the BMC shop open? Yes - we officially reopened at the start of July!

🏡 Do you have any advice for clubs and huts? The latest club huts update and all you need to know

📜 Will the BMC keep running smoothly? Read more or watch our weekly live updates from our CEO

🚗 What have the BMC access team been doing during this time? Read on

As the climbing walls, crags and mountains start to open, we wanted to say thanks to every BMC member who supported us through the Coronavirus crisis.

From weekly Facebook Lives and GB Climbing home training videos, to our access team working to re-open the crags and fight for your mountain access, we couldn’t have made it without you.

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