Do you think you could climb the height equivalent of the tallest peaks in the UK with your friends? Or maybe even Everest?
The BMC (British Mountaineering Council) is running a fundraising campaign from the 17-23 March 2018 to help 11 UK based charities that work through the medium of climbing and the outdoors. Teams from schools, universities, climbing clubs and individuals can sign up to raise money for one of the charities through one of the BMC’s climbing challenges suggested below or make up their own.
Decide on your challenge then try and climb the distance either on your own or with your team at Beacon! To help you calculate how much climbing you’ll need to do to complete your chosen challenge, our bouldering wall is 4.5m high, the main lead wall is 17m high, the speed wall area is 15m high and our top roping area is 10m high. Good luck!
How to take part.
Register HERE on Eventbrite to let the BMC know which charity you will be fundraising for and the challenge you are attempting. The BMC will send out some Climbing4all goodies once you’ve signed up.
Download whichever challenge page you want below and get people to sponsor you.
Make a team (or go solo).The challenges are meant to be done in teams, the smaller the team, the harder the challenge!
SHARE your pictures or videos on Twitter and Instagram: #Climbing4all. Don’t forget to tag in the BMC!
Donate to your chosen charity via the donation link listed on the BMC Climbing4all webpage.
Certificates and prizes will be sent to all participants when you send in your challenge page.
Snowdon: Highest mountain in Wales: 1,085m. Download HERE.
Scafell Pike: Highest mountain in England: 978m. Download HERE.
Ben Nevis: Highest mountain in Scotland & UK: 1,345m. Download HERE.
El Capitan: Tallest rock face in California: 900m. Download HERE.
Mount Everest: Highest mountain in the world: 8,848m. Download HERE.
Big Ben: The London clock tower: 96m. Download HERE.
Find out more.
Find out more including a full list of the 11 UK charities that Climbing4all aims to support by visiting the BMC website.