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The IIs and IIIs are more than just a stepping stone to harder things, reckons Dan Bailey, but a rewarding goal in their own right. This selection spans everything from popular classics to obscure gems, from ridges to gullies, and from low level ice falls to remote mountaineering adventures.

Read more at Scottish Winter: Ten Must-do Routes at II and III
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Photo of the Week
Tom Grant on the final slopes of the Eugster, Aiguille du Midi, France, 37 kb
"Tom Grant on the final slopes of the Eugster, Aiguille du Midi, France" © Ben Tibbetts
Ueli Steck Lecture, 44 kb

Ueli Steck

On the 23rd of January, Ueli will take to the stage at the Royal Geographical Society to share inspiring stories of his recent adventures.

Time: 7pm, 23 January 2014

Location: Royal Geographical Society, 1 Kensington Gore, London, SW7 2AR

Tickets: £15

Book now at World Expeditions

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The No.1 poster in our Top 40 Posters this week was Choss.
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Death Cap (left) and Cloisters (right), 4 kb
Gallery of the Week
Our Photo Gallery contains a unique collection of over 170,900 images from UKClimbing users, with 153 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 1,698 votes, and the top voter was richardeb.

Congratulations to RAB623, 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:

How NOT To Walk Around Wales - With a Donkey: This year Hannah Engelkamp circled Wales, a walk of 1000 miles loosely following Offa's Dyke and the Wales Coast Path. With her came Chico,...
Scottish Winter: Ten Must-do Routes at II and III: The IIs and IIIs are more than just a stepping stone to harder things, reckons Dan Bailey, but a rewarding goal in their own right....
Ten Top Tips for Climbing Grade V This Winter: In this piece UKC Chief Editor Jack Geldard offers ten simple tips to think about if climbing Scottish V is one of your goals
The Fours - A New English Hill List: The people behind Welsh 400m ticklist The Pedwars/Y Pedwarau have now given England the same treatment, and the result is The Fours - all 300 or so of them. The team explains...
Classic Mountain Biking in The Lakes: With his new Lake District MTB guidebook having recently hit the shelves, site regular and mountain bike route guru Tom Hutton tells us what’s so good...
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