As more and more information emerges since the Nepal earthquake, it is becoming increasingly clear that help is still desperately needed.
There are reports of huge numbers of remote villages who have yet to receive any government aid at all. There are still thousands of injured people who need medical attention. Many of the isolated villages are running out of food and water, and disease will be a problem if water cannot be treated.
Here is a list of charities and organisations that you can donate to... Read more
Romain Desgranges is one of those competitors who is almost always very close to top. Always reaching the final, sometimes the... Read more
Griffin Whiteside & Co are still in Europe. Guess there are one or two problems left to climb before they have to move... Read more
Our increasing dependence on smartphones and satellite positioning systems is leading to a loss of practical skills and... Read more
Swiss climber Dani Arnold has set a new speed record on the North Face of the Matterhorn with a time of 1 hour and 46 minutes,... Read more
Here is the second video from Dai Koyamada bouldering in Kyushu. Featuring Fat mother, ~8B, and Boreas, ~8B/+. As mentioned... Read more
In tonight's Friday Night Video, a team of four climbers travel to the remote Baffin Island with the goal of a first... Read more
Political parties are divided on the issue of fracking in protected areas, but it seems that most of Britain’s national... Read more
Iker Pou has made the first ascent of Big Men, ~9a+, at Fraguel, just north of Palma, Mallorca. The line was bolted some 20... Read more
Back in March, Ashima Shiraishi, 13 years old at the time, made history by climbing two ~9a/+ routes in short time. First Open... Read more
Mina Leslie-Wujastyk has made the second female ascent of 8b at . First climbed by John Dunne in 1988, Austrian Oak is a... Read more
This spring, Niky Ceria spent a couple of months in a little known bouldering area called Fontainebleau, just outside Paris,... Read more
Underground Alpine climbing heroes Pete Graham and Ben Silvestre have succeeded on a superb new route in Alaska. Their line is... Read more
As widely reported in the mainstream media, an earthquake measuring 7.8 on the Richter scale has hit Nepal, causing... Read more
Arc'teryx women define their own feminine. Their strength is the result of continuous effort to be the best they can be.
Have you ever wanted to climb with the Pros? Now's your chance: Lucy Creamer, Steve McClure and Neil Mawson will be joining us... Read more
From the 23rd of April until the 17th of May, EDELRID are bringing their rope making secrets to partner stores across the country. Read more
Through our $20 Million & Change venture fund, we're investing in a ground breaking company working to create better chemistry... Read more
Nikwax, the global leader in outdoor aftercare, is excited to introduce Down Wash Direct®, the first aftercare product... Read more
We have 3 different Climbing Technology products to give away: Ascent Harness, Carved Chocks 1-11 and the Lime NY Pro Quickdraw... Read more
Bergfreunde was founded in 2006 by two passionate German climbers. Today, the online retailer is the first place German climbers... Read more
The Mono Pant (men's) and Leah Pant (women's), new for 2015, are a fantastic trouser for anyone cragging at home, abroad or at... Read more
We are pleased to announce that the position of Operations Manager has become available with TAJJ CLIMBING Ltd.
The Operations... Read more
The Climbing Station in Loughborough is one of the leading bouldering centres in the UK and we have set very high standards of... Read more