The past month, as you can see, has been dominated by Competition articles, the My First Lead essays of which there are 122 in total. But in the last month's mix there are winter climbing articles by Rob Jarvis and Andy Kirkpatrick, Glacial Trekking in Patagonia by Colin Henderson, Dave Turnbull's BMC address to the mountain community and Kenton Cool on climbing with Sir Ranulph Fiennes - stay tuned for part two this week. Simon Yates takes us to the Cordillera Darwin Range and Roger Wilko describes the Best VS in the World.
This month there is some overlap into January.
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Mick and Jack
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