More Articles Like This
In this trip report we hear about the 2012 summer QUBMC (Queen's University Belfast Mountaineering Club) & Alumni and company... [ full article ]
On Saturday 28th of April 2012 UKC user Scott Titt became BMC President, taking over the reins from Rab Carrington. The position... [ full article ]
Nick Bullock gives a flavour of this year's BMC International Meet in Scotland - with some hard ascents thrown in for good... [ full article ]
Popular Articles Right Now
UKClimbing.com content in June 2014 2 Jul 2014
A summary of all the latest content on UKClimbing.com from the past month, including: 20 new articles, 42 product announcements... [ full article ]
The Five Best E2 Routes in the UK? 2 Jul 2014
Duncan Campbell picks his top E2 climbs. From the crumbly Mousetrap to the epic Prophecy of Drowning...
But wait... why... [ full article ]
INTERVIEW: IFSC Silver for Shauna Coxsey 8 Jul 2014
At just 21 years old, Shauna Coxsey is already the undisputed star of modern British competition climbing.
This year, Shauna... [ full article ]
Related UKC Forum discussions
Here Dave Turnbull, CEO of the BMC, gives the first BMC Christmas Address to the UK's mountain community providing an overview of the BMC's work in 2007 and the challenges that lay ahead in 2008.
First UKClimbing.com would like to thank Dave Turnbull, the staff at the BMC offices in Manchester, all those who do BMC voluntary work and all BMC members for their massive contribution to climbing and hillwalking in England and Wales.
You can join the BMC by following the link on the banner below.
Many thanks to Alastair Lee of Posing Productions who filmed and edited The BMC Christmas Address. Alastair took considerable time out from family and business commitments to put this all together. Thank you Alastair.
You can visit Posing Productions by clicking on the banner below.
It has been a great year at UKClimbing.com and I would like to thank everyone who visits and contributes and a big thank you to Andy Hyslop and Alan James who are the foundation of this website and who have stuck with it for the last eight years.
If you would like to help UKClimbing.com get better please consider becoming a registered user by registering here, it really does help. Contributions in the form of forum posts, news reports, uploading climbing photographs and supplying us with articles are very much welcomed.