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Popular Feature Articles of 2011
Exclusive videos of Adam Ondra redpointing Overshadow (9a+) and onsighting Bat Route (8c), plus interviews with Steve McClure and... Read more
In this video feature from The North Face we see Alex Honnold, James Pearson, Renan Ozturk and Mark Synott new routing and... Read more
"...As I climbed higher I got a deep pit-in-my-stomach feel that something wasn't right... The next thing I knew I was on the... Read more
In 1965, Tony Howard, John Amatt and Bill Tweedale succeeded on the British first ascent of Europe's tallest rock face, the Troll... Read more
UKC's Chief Editor Jack Geldard gives ten top tips for a better winter experience.
From boots and gloves through... Read more
Mick Ward takes us through a brief history of training for climbing.
Who were the pioneers? How have standards... Read more
"The setting is suitably drab. The climbing is on the sunless north side. Rubbish is scatted across the dirt ground. Graffiti... Read more
Popular Destination Articles of 2011
Jon Jones is an instructor at Glenmore Lodge, Scotland. He holds the Mountain Instructor Certificate and is an extremely... Read more
Described by many as "the finest crag in the World", Ceuse, in the Haute Alps near Gap, offers summer sport climbing from 6a to... Read more
In this article with full colour topo, UKC Chief Editor Jack Geldard takes us up the North Face of the Eiger.
With kit lists,... Read more
A destination guide to the sport climbing Mecca of Siurana in northern Spain.
Focusing mainly on the lower and mid graded... Read more
Are you an aspiring mountaineer? Nothing beats a good ridge.
From harder walks to low grade climbs, Dan Bailey runs through... Read more
Popular Skills Articles of 2011
This is the first of a series of training articles and is aimed at beginners or people who are operating in the low grades and... Read more
Strong shoulders aren't necessary healthy shoulders. Ever had pain or twinges in your shoulders?
In this classic UKC article... Read more