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8 Aug 2016

thumb It was almost three months ago when an amazing image popped up on John McCune's Instagram feed. "Jesus!" I thought. That looks... Read more

18 Aug 2016

thumb Made famous by Adam Ondra screaming his way up a multitude of hard first ascents in the area's spectacular granite cave, the... Read more

4 Aug 2016

thumb Oukaimeden is a small village in the High Atlas Mountains (2700m.) of Morocco and only 90 minutes drive from Marrakech. A new... Read more

28 Jul 2016

thumb In mainland Europe, climbing is gaining ground as an alternative form of therapy for both physical and psychological injuries and... Read more

27 Jul 2016

thumb This summer, the Arc'teryx Lakeland Revival heads into it's third year, highlighting the heights and heritage of Lake District... Read more

Jul 2016

thumb Rob Greenwood attempts the impossible: to narrow down the 5 best E3s in Britain. Read more

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28 Jul 2016

thumb In mainland Europe, climbing is gaining ground as an alternative form of therapy for both physical and psychological injuries and... Read more

Jul 2016

thumb Admit it, you're guilty. When you fall off, it's never your fault. The conditions weren't right, your belayer is an inattentive... Read more

Jul 2016

thumb Dave Birkett: a name synonymous with hard Lakeland mountain trad climbs. A dark horse who has rarely sought media attention, but... Read more

Jul 2016

thumb As a climbing news website, we have a tendency to report on top-end, groundbreaking ascents of the world's hardest routes and... Read more

Jul 2016

thumb Andy Kirkpatrick has spent over 200 nights on El Capitan and has soloed big-wall routes which most people would find daunting... Read more

Jun 2016

thumb Butterflies in your stomach. Summit Fever. Post-fall hissy-fits. Redpointing can be a highly stressful process, reducing even the... Read more