/ NEW REVIEW: Climbing Wall Leading by Ian Fenton
"Sometimes when we are coaching young people we can forget the importance of leading and focus more on movement, technique and physical training. Young people suddenly find their physical skills way beyond their mental skills and frustration and fear of falling can set in. All this makes Ian's book about learning to lead indoors, all the more important..."
Read more at http://www.ukclimbing.com/gear/review.php?id=5621
For many people the mountains and an outdoor life are all encompassing, embracing training and ambition with community and... Read more
In the strong sunlight of high altitude you need decent category 4 sunglasses. But what about when it's overcast at lower levels?... Read more
Mick Ward used to dream of a secret crag: \'It was never in the same place twice. And, when I\'d wake up, it seemed so real, yet... Read more
This year's British Lead and Speed Climbing Championships and a round of the Paraclimbing Cup took place at Awesome Walls,... Read more
FOR ALMOST HIS ENTIRE LIFE, Jacky Godoffe, the 59-year-old French bouldering legend and World Cup routesetter, has lived in the... Read more