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Search over 11,000 crags worldwide. Users have contributed details of over 140,000 climbs, photos, crag locations, access notes, guidebooks, rock type, etc.
- Find Crags using our clickable world map, or search by crag name or location
This section includes details of hundreds of Climbing Guidebooks, and an overview of World Climbing grades. You can also get a 5-day Weather Forecasts for climbing in the UK.
The UKC Logbooks are a place to record your climbing successes, failures and climbs that are on your wishlist. Each registered user on the site has their own personal Logbook, and they can choose whether to share it with other users, or to keep it completely private.
You will need to Register as a New User before setting up your Climbing Logbook. If you are already registered, Login as Existing User before returning to this page.
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Ticklists of Climbs NEW!
This new feature lets you build & share Ticklists of Climbs that you can complete using your Logbook - from famous lists like all the climbs in Classic Rock, to your personal favourite top ten slab climbs to share with your climbing partners.
Climbing on Facebook NEW!
Registered users can now share their climbs on Facebook using our Climbing application.
Using the UKC Diary for 2013 you can see a year-planner showing all your climbing days, but you can also record other types of exercise that you do - whether it is indoor climbing, running, cycling, exercise classes, or walking. and get graphs of your exercise over the year. You can enter as much or as little detail as you like so it should suit everyone, including the training cognoscenti !
Which are the most popular crags? What is the average grade climbed by UKC users? How popular is top-roping? Show Graphs for all Users has the answers in glorious technicolour.