Women Rock Tour
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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