Alf Randell is a self-described "dirtbag" who has spent nearly a decade of his life climbing amongst the soaring sandstone cliffs of Indian Creek, Utah. In November, 2011, I spent some time climbing with Alf and documented his life in "The Creek," his love of tall splitter cracks, and his decision to shun city life in favor of a small camper in the middle of the Utah desert.
45 year-old Keswick-based climber Duncan Booth is a familiar name to many, having been an active climber in the... Read more
In May we reported that Nicky Spinks had completed a double Bob Graham Round, in a new record time of 45 hours and 30 minutes.... Read more
Early this year, three students from Lancaster University - Matt Amos, Ben Cianchi and Jonathan Doyle - took on... Read more
Tom Randall and Pete Whittaker have continued their search for ludicrously long and difficult roof cracks at White Rim,... Read more