Although The Crack House is technically a boulder problem, its long length means that it is generally given a route grade of 5.13-, which roughly translated in to UK E grades is around E6.
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In this, the fourth episode of a six part video series, crack addict Tom Randall teaches us everything we need to know about... Read more
Few rock climbing destinations have as unforgiving climbing as Indian Creek. Away from the security of sharp corners, climbers... Read more
Utah is not on the usual hit list of destinations for travelling boulderers from Europe, but maybe it should be. Dave Pegg,... Read more
Dave Birkett: a name synonymous with hard Lakeland mountain trad climbs. A dark horse who has rarely sought media attention, but... Read more
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
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
Should guidebooks have no stars or more stars? In this feature Bob Wightman, editor of the CC's Tremadog guide, puts the case for... Read more
John Ross writes about walking in New Zealand in 2009, taking in both the North and South Island with their glaciers, mountains... Read more