April 2005 Search News

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29 Apr 2005

Steve McClure and Gareth Parry have just returned from Sardinia after making a very impressive, mostly onsight ascent, of the... Read more

26 Apr 2005

James Martin, 29, from Dumfries, fell about 20m on sea cliffs at Port o' Warren on the Solway Firth, near Dalbeattie, on Sunday.... Read more

24 Apr 2005

thumb After the closure of the Rockface Climbing Wall in Birmingham 6 months ago, Birmingham will soon again be home to a dedicated... Read more

22 Apr 2005

thumb Paul Harrison has produced a PDF supplement to the Climbers' Club guidebook to Lundy. This free PDF has information on nearly 250... Read more

22 Apr 2005

thumb If you want to know who is who, and who was who, of American climbing, a special issue of Rock and Ice magazine, The People of... Read more

19 Apr 2005

thumb On Saturday April 16th, Dani established what is probably one of the hardest routes in the world with his ascent of 'La Novena... Read more

18 Apr 2005

Dave MacLeod has climbed a new Font 8b at his home crag, Dumbarton Rock. Perfect Crime is a 30-move roof problem adding a Font... Read more

17 Apr 2005

thumb More than 200 girls and boys aged between 7 and 15 took part in the first rounds of the British Regional Youth Climbing Series on... Read more

17 Apr 2005

UK climbing equipment manufacturers are poised to increase their trade prices to retailers as a result of increased raw material... Read more

16 Apr 2005

Hopes were high after Mark Croxall's fine victory in the first round of the UIAA Bouldering World Cup but the second round has... Read more

15 Apr 2005

Dave Graham has made an ultra fast ascent of the old (put up in 1993) Nicole-testpiece Bain de Sang, 9a, at St. loup,... Read more

15 Apr 2005

thumb A strong British, Venezuelan and Russian team have free climbed the Angel Falls in Venzuela. The route, much of it behind the... Read more

14 Apr 2005

Access to Adventure is a national charity event raising money for Children in Need on the 28th May 2005. The event will give... Read more

13 Apr 2005

thumb On 2 and 3 April, Boulder UK hosted the 3rd Plywood Masters competition. 70 competitors took part in Mens, Womens, Junior Girls,... Read more

13 Apr 2005

thumb The latest issue of Summit has a 'stop press' item about Vixen Tor (left).After initial disappointment at the apparent loss of... Read more

12 Apr 2005

thumb The BMC is joining forces with the MCofS in opposing one of the latest plans for wind farm development in the Scottish Highlands.... Read more

12 Apr 2005

thumb The Nick Escourt Award was established nearly 30 years ago and has been extremely successful at helping fund and inspire a new... Read more

7 Apr 2005

thumb Sheffield-based, Siobhan Coughlan has climbed Cubby's Traverse (Font 7C) at Kyloe-in-the-wood, making her one of the few British... Read more

7 Apr 2005

thumb James Machaffie has pipped Adam Hocking at the post in the race between the two to make the third ascent of The Very Big and Very... Read more

6 Apr 2005

After an excellent 13th place in the Bouldering World Cup in Birmingham recently, Stewart Watson seems to be in very good shape... Read more

1 Apr 2005

thumb No, not a small piece of equine footwear, stupid! I mean the Peak's premier sport venue, Horseshoe Quarry. After prolonged... Read more