A blast from the past! This week's Friday Night Video is one of the seminal climbing films from the 90s: The Real Thing. In... Read more
Alasdair 'Ali' Kennedy has made the third ascent of Charlie Woodburn's Something's Burning E9 7a at Stennis Ford, Pembroke. In... Read more
Onsighting is widely considered the purest and most satisfying style of climbing; ascending unknown territory with no information... 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.'
With superb warmth for its modest weight, the Xeros would be a great sleeping bag for anything from fast and light alpine... Read more
Whether it's for mountain rock or lightweight hillwalking, a little pack is sometimes ideal. Smallest of the new Alpine Ascent... Read more
Primus have brought out a number of new gas stoves for spring/summer 2017. We've taken a look at two models from opposite ends of... Read more
The Rab Kinetic Plus joins the #NewBreed of outdoor clothing currently being developed at Rab. A true hybrid, the Kinetic Plus... Read more
For 50 years Lowe Alpine have revolutionised the way we carry gear on the mountain and beyond, combining design expertise with a... Read more
The new Crux™ Reservoir delivers 20% more water per sip compared to the current industry-leading CamelBak Antidote®... Read more
Terra Peak are a relatively new brand to the market, having only been in existence a couple of years. Designed and conceived in... Read more
Having trouble affording your next expedition due to the cost of the kit and clothing? Then why not hire from Expedition Kit Hire? Read more
Climbing Technology have been gradually updating and improving their range of helmets over the last few years. The current range... 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
Berghaus is continuing to reduce the environmental and social impact of product manufacture and other business activities. ... Read more
American climber Tommy Caldwell, famous for completing the first ever free climb of El Capitan's Dawn Wall, has selected EDELRID... Read more
Volunteers are sought to take part in a BMC Governance Review. The review aims to update the constitution of the BMC to ensure... Read more
After the success of our first store opening in Hathersage in the heart of the Peak District we are looking to build an equally... Read more
The National Mountain Sports Centre is offering a number of individuals a great opportunity for 12 months to develop their... Read more