The 2017 Berghaus Dragon's Back Race came to a sizzling climax yesterday, as competitors completed the 5-day route in... Read more
This week's Friday Night Video follows Irish climber David Fitzgerald on Voyager Sit Start 8B+ at Burbage North. After sending... Read more
In a new series on UKClimbing, we have teamed up with Plas-y-Brenin, the National Mountain Sports Centre, to cover a wide range... Read more
Mick Ward reminisces about the British magazines that transformed climbing media as we venture ever further into the digital age, in memory of the late Ken Wilson.
Located on the upper Peuterey Ridge in the western corner of the Brenva Glacier basin, this is a remote and spectacular part of the Mont Blanc massif. The faces are impressive, and abundantly decorated with huge tottering seracs. The north face of the Grand Pilier d'Angle offers a stunning selection of mixed, ice and rock routes.
No Map Could Show Them. The pioneering Victorian women in mountaineering of the early twentieth Century. The women whose narratives and achievements became lost in the mountains, where they forged paths and ascended; their stories brought back down to earth, only to be silenced by the patriarchy.
Rediscovering and amplifying the voices of these female mountaineers today is acclaimed poet and keen climber Helen Mort, in her latest poetry anthology No Map Could Show Them. Natalie Berry interviews Helen on combining the introspective world of writing with the creative escape of the great outdoors, alongside poem readings and our UKC filmpoem 'Dear Alison.'
In July 2015, Leo Houlding led a five-strong team to make the first ascent of Reflections, (E6 6b, A3+, 1250m) on the North West face of the Mirror Wall in Greenland, spending twelve nights on the wall. Although cracking the Mirror was unlikely to cause a superstitious seven years of bad luck, it proved to be a life-affirming trip for Leo in many respects.
A film of the team's ascent - Mirror Wall - is now available online for free. Our UKC Digital Feature explores the ascent through interview, photographs, an interactive topo and the film itself, presented by Berghaus and Coldhouse Collective.
Following a re-design, the new Petzl SIROCCO is a big improvement on the original, says Theo Moore. No longer at risk of looking... Read more
Our resident tea drinker takes on the challenge of reviewing a flask that actually has a point of difference beyond colour -... Read more
Assisted-braking belay devices are popular for indoor and outdoor sport climbing, adding extra braking in the event of a fall and... Read more
Here's your chance to win a brand new Mountain Equipment Xeros Sleeping Bag from The Climbers Shop.
Weighing in less than most bottles of water, and packing down equally small, the Helium 250 Sleeping Bag is the perfect sleeping... Read more
Ever thought there should be just one helmet for climbing, cycling, skiing and boarding? Well now there is, The Salewa Xenon... Read more
PHD’s ‘Summer Lightning’ Collection, released in May & June each year, focuses - for a brief period - on their new and... Read more
A new Rockfax guidebook and app package is due at this summer. Southern Sandstone Climbs will cover the popular sandstone... Read more
This summer, climb in Europe’s most iconic venues with Rockbusters. Destinations include Rodellar, Gorges du Tarn, Ceüse,... Read more
This July, free-climbing legend Tommy Caldwell is coming to Sheffield and London ??" and BMC members get exclusive access to... Read more
Young Guns is returning to the Castle this summer with more exciting blocs & challenges! A unique bouldering event for 5-14 year... Read more
DMM is a company that designs, manufactures, markets and sells high quality equipment for use in climbing, mountaineering, tree... Read more
To support the on-going development and expansion of the Climbing Centre Group, an exciting opportunity has arisen to suit a... Read more
UKClimbing Limited is looking for an Front End Web Developer starting as soon as possible. The job is a full-time, 1 year... Read more