BMC and Cotswold Outdoor call on public to help Mend Our Mountains amid fears of footpath decline
The primary projects featured in Mend Our Mountains: Make One Million are:
- Lake District: Scafell Pike (Total sought: £100,000)
- Peak District: The Great Ridge (£140,000)
- Peak District: Cut Gate (£70,000)
- South Downs: South Downs Way (£100,000)
- Snowdonia: Cader Idris (£140,000)
- Loch Lomond & Trossachs: Ben Vane (£40,000)
- Cairngorms National Park: Beinn a' Ghlo (£60,000)
- Exmoor: The Chains (£20,000)
- Exmoor: Great Bradley Bridge (£20,000)
- Dartmoor: Nun's Cross Path (£40,000)
- Yorkshire Dales: Whernside (£46,000)
- New Forest: The Lepe Loop Trail (£25,000)
- Brecon Beacons: Bal Mawr (£20,000)
The National Parks of Northumberland, the North York Moors, the Norfolk Broads and the Pembrokeshire Coast will also receive funding from this appeal, but at a lower level than the projects above. By donating to the UK wide appeal through the Mend Our Mountains: Make One Million website donors will be benefitting these National Parks.
Read more about the impact of the last Mend Our Mountains campaign here.
BMC members benefit from a 15% discount that can be used in-store and online. Just present proof of BMC membership in-store or obtain the online code by logging into the BMC membership area. Full T&Cs apply.