Talk:List of alpine clubs

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British Swiss Whymperhorns Club (BSWC)[edit]

Not only do the BSWC follow in footstep and thrutchmarks of known Edward Whymper scrambles (Whymperhorns), they specialise in midclimb 'British Berghies' where truelife and dreamworld plays are put on after the life and times of Edward Whymper. Somewhat cultish but yet moreish. — Preceding unsigned comment added by 92.5.94.201 (talk) 01:11, 28 February 2017 (UTC)