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2 May 2016

thumb Our UKC Forums are infamous famous for attracting discussion on all sorts of climbing and non-climbing-related topics. Where else... Read more

20 Apr 2016

thumb On the Brits and the art of failing. Viewed by a Frenchie. 'So here's to the British, failing AND succeeding in style, with a... Read more

14 Apr 2016

thumb In this exclusive extract from his new book - Punk in the Gym - Andy Pollitt takes us back to times past and his relationship... Read more

12 Apr 2016

thumb 'All my climbing life I've been dedicated to the pursuit of climbing such needles. Like a hunter of pointed trophies.' On Friday... Read more

8 Apr 2016

thumb In the small world of British climbing, it's easy to assume that you know of everyone and their exploits, especially in your... Read more

Mar 2016

thumb Nathan Rostron presents David Price - the owner of a particularly impressive collection of climbing books... During our first... Read more

Mar 2016

thumb Young Canadian alpinist Marc-Andre Leclerc recently visited Scotland for the first time as part of a strong Canadian group... Read more

Mar 2016

thumb Worldwide, glaciers are shrinking. In contrast, the Karakoram glaciers seem to be stagnating or even growing a mysterious... Read more

Mar 2016

thumb Throughout the history of climbing and mountaineering there have been 'Last Great Problems.' Consistently, these have been... Read more

Mar 2016

thumb Climbing has been offered at GCSE level for a number of years now, yet little has been reported in the wider community about its... Read more

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Mar 2016

thumb Throughout the history of climbing and mountaineering there have been 'Last Great Problems.' Consistently, these have been... Read more

Mar 2016

thumb Climbing has been offered at GCSE level for a number of years now, yet little has been reported in the wider community about its... Read more

Feb 2016

thumb UKC user Mick Ward pens a poignant tribute to John Syrett - a talented and influential climber active in the 1970's. 'John... Read more

20 Apr 2016

thumb On the Brits and the art of failing. Viewed by a Frenchie. 'So here's to the British, failing AND succeeding in style, with a... Read more

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May 2006

thumb Figure 8? Groove? They're all here (well almost). We couldn't think of anything starting with V, W, X, Y (you surely will). If... Read more

Apr 2014

thumb Finger Injuries are almost certainly the most common injuries climbers face. In this article, climbing coach Robin O'Leary... Read more

Feb 2002

thumb Fed up with having to pay to get in to crowded indoor walls? Are they never open when you want them? Let Nick Smith tell you how... Read more

May 2009

thumb 23 years after first visiting Groningen, Alan James makes a return visit and discovers that the scrappy local wall he climbed on... Read more

Jul 2000

thumb Want to know how they did the climbing stuff in Mission Impossible 2? Was it Tom Cruise? An exclusive chat with a guy who did the... Read more

Aug 2012

thumb There is a wonderful feeling of freedom when you can run it out above gear, climbing as hard as you can, totally consumed by the... Read more

Apr 2012

thumb In this detailed article, Matt Fuller and Dr. Mark Taylor explain all the technical details behind waterproof fabrics. "Making... Read more

Apr 2005

thumb Can the climbing media be blamed for using racy images of women to sell to men? They are in business and are they not only... Read more

Apr 2005

thumb "A beautifully packaged reproductive equipment with no external parts", or the perfect form for a rock climber? These questions... Read more