Earlier this month, Tom Randall and Pete Whittaker took on the might of Brown & Whillans, not something to be done lightly, climbing all of their routes on the Eastern & Western Edges in a single day.
Unbelievably, the Wideboyz pulled it off climbing 125 routes (1800m) up to E6 and running 23 miles in just over 22 hours.
UKClimbing.com caught up with the pair to find out more...
Ben Davison is one of the rising stars of British sport climbing, having climbed 8c last year he climbed 8c+ just four years... [ full article ]
Rob Greenwood takes us on a pumpy outing with his 5 favourite E5s. Right Wall? Nope! Strapadictomy? Nope..! So which ones have... [ full article ]
In this article, Howard Ernest Hesseldine describes an ascent of the Matterhorn via the Hornli Ridge in 1937.
The account... [ full article ]
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A new route on Oman's Jebel Misht nearly ended in disaster...
"There was a huge flap of skin hanging down from my face and my... [ full article ]
Duncan Campbell picks his top E2 climbs. From the crumbly Mousetrap to the epic Prophecy of Drowning...
But wait... why... [ full article ]
Earlier this summer, when the golden sun warmed the rock of North Wales, alpinist and trad climber Nick Bullock seized the... [ full article ]
If you're going to get high you'll need some decent shades.
Dan Bailey trialled Julbo's top of the range mountaineering... [ full review ]
We've got a great programme of speakers including climbers Tim Emmett & Shauna Coxsey - plus Brit Rock Tour films starring Mina... [ full story ]
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