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UKC Weekly Newsletter for 4th February Search:
Leo Houlding and team had succeeded on their expedition to climb a new route on Ulvetanna in Antarctica.

We now have more details and excellent photos from Berghaus: HERE
Reviewed: Yorkshire Gritstone Volume 1 - Almscliff to Slipstones
YMC Yorkshire Grit, Volume 1, 4 kbJack Geldard reviews this 704 page guide, which covers over 50 crags with over 2000 routes from Moderate to E8.
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Photo of the Week
A perfect splitter!, 45 kb
"A perfect splitter!" © r fizzle
Costa Blanca Cover for Newsletter, 55 kb

The New Rockfax Guidebook to the Costa Blanca

Special offer price of £24.95
Books delivered as soon as it is published in mid February.

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Forums
The most popular Climbing Forums in the world, with 10,300 new messages last week. Talk about the routes you're going to do, ethical debates, foreign trips, winter routes and conditions or expeditions. Some of the busiest of the 1200+ topics this week included:
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The No.1 poster in our Top 40 Posters this week was Blue Straggler.
Climb X Technician Lace, 38 kb

Climb X Technician Rock Shoes: £75

The Technician shoe is available in a lace-up or velcro version and is packed with features to help you in your ongoing fight against gravity. Utilising synthetic uppers and lined with anti-microbial hemp, the shoe offers precision, reliability and control.

A double cross slingshot rand creates a tensioned platform for enhanced climbing support and 'power upper' toe caps are molded from sticky X Factor rubber so you can grab and hook when the going gets steep. Built on a narrow, asymmetric flat last.

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Latest News
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Photos
Dan lowering off Super Mickey (F7b) in the evening sunshine., 4 kb
Gallery of the Week
Our Photo Gallery contains a unique collection of over 155,300 images from UKClimbing users, with 265 new photos added this week.

As a registered user you can upload your photos into your personal gallery, as well as voting on any photo on the site. This week we had 1,944 votes, and the top voter was Dave Yardley.

Congratulations to ali k, our Gallery of the Week as voted by UKC users.

Events Diary
All the dates you need in our Events Diary for Competitions, lectures and even club meets:
Latest Articles
Read our Latest Articles for inspirational rock destinations, interviews, gear reviews, competitions and much more:

Everest Base Camp, the Quiet Way: Rebecca Coles of guiding company Jagged Globe leads a trekking group to Everest Base Camp, following a high route via three peaks and three passes that takes them far from the Khumbu...
UKClimbing.com content in January 2013: A summary of all the latest content on UKClimbing.com from the past month, including: 9 new articles, 22 product announcements and 7 independent gear reviews from the UKC...
The Mystery of the Black Mount: How did those footprints just disappear, and what happened to the walker who made them? Spontaneous combustion? Alien abduction? John Burns has a confession to make.
Adventures From -49 Degrees South: James Monypenny tells the story of his Patagonia Adventures... A few weeks ago a photo popped up on UKClimbing.com. It won photo of the week, yet we had several complaints about it....
COMPETITION: Win a Primus Express Lander Stove: Answer one question and stand a chance of winning a Primus Express Lander Stove.
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