The BMC has bought Crookrise Crag in Yorkshire in order to better protect access for public use. The crag was bought from the... Read more
Dave MacLeod has completed his long-term project at the Arisaig Cave. He has decided on Lithium as the name and has... Read more
In this article we look at tips and hints for buying rock shoes / rock boots. The tips and advice are aimed primarily at... Read more
An automatic selection of five photos from each of the catagories on site was made based on the votes from the previous 12 months. Users were then asked to vote for the overall winners of each catagory from this selection. In addition to the category awards we also have three overall winners (1st, 2nd, 3rd), which were selected by professional photographer Tim Glasby.
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.'
As an alternative to a traditional hard shell, Tom Ripley has been putting Páramo's top-end technical jacket and trousers to the... Read more
This one-person mountain tent is lightweight, yet reliable in demanding conditions. With its durable construction it should offer... Read more
Balancing lightness, warmth, weather resistance & breathability, a midweight synthetic jacket is the most versatile of... Read more
We have 3 of Petzl's new GRIGRI + Belay Devices up for grabs. Read more
Spring has arrived and now is the ideal time to check your trad rack is in good order. In case you're missing a crucial cam we're... Read more
The Five Ten Anasazi Blanco has been relaunched for 2017 and we're giving you a chance to win a brand new pair! Read more
CamelBak®, the company that created hands-free hydration and still the global leader in personal hydration, announces the launch... Read more
Inspired by Osprey's AntiGravity™ technology, Stratos & Sirrus provide a fully adjustable AirSpeed™ ventilated back system which... Read more
The Mountain Equipment Xero 550 Sleeping bag is ideal for lightweight trekkers, climbers and alpinists looking for low weight and... Read more
While visiting the UK for CWIF, Jimmy Webb popped in to Chimera Climbing, Tunbridge Wells, to try their current 'Golden Problem'.... Read more
As the days begin to lengthen with the start of Spring, sunlight lingering that little bit longer and the number of good weather... Read more
Win a space on a 2 day skills course of your choice by filling in the feedback forms on Glenmore Lodge's 2018 summer climbing &... Read more
Mountain Equipment has been making some of the finest mountain clothing in the world since 1961. We believe in what we do; we... Read more
The Alpkit factory is expanding again and we need more staff. With the hugely popular bike luggage and bouldering pads already... Read more
An exciting opportunity has arisen for a new Marketing Manager to be based at Osprey Europe's Headquarters in Poole, Dorset. Read more