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Women Rock Tour

Overview

From daring to wear trousers in the mountains to knocking on 9a, the story of British female climbers is one of rebels and disrupters, trailblazers and game-changers. And now the stories of these women who rock are headed off on tour and may be coming to a climbing centre near you!

What makes it special

  • Traces the history of British female climbers
  • Climb amongst the exhibition
  • Women featured in the exhibition have all broken barriers

October - Castle Climbing Centre, London

November - Beacon Climbing Centre, Wales

December - The Depot, Birmingham for the Women's Climbing Symposium

January -  The Climbing Works in Sheffield

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Lat/Lng: 53.4257649, -2.2455653

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