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The Ridges of Norway's Jotunheim

Majestic and adventurous, the Jotunheim mountains are the true alpine peaks of Norway. If long sharp ridges are your thing, the area is a goldmine. Let local expert Jamie Simpson be your guide...

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Harthill Quarry

Every area has their 'big three': Yorkshire has Malham, Kilnsey and Gordale; the South West has Sennen, Bosigran, and Chair Ladder; and finally North Wales has…well…North Wales just has hundreds of good crags. Here in the Peak we have a similar sort of three greats, which have come to be known as the Triple H: Horseshoe, Harpur Hill, and finally - the dark horse of the trio - Harthill Quarry.

High Altitude Climbing in Peru's Cordillera Blanca

The Andes, second only in height to the Himalayas, is a must-go destination for any mountaineer aspiring to a bigger adventure than the Alps can offer. Nestled in Northern Peru, the Cordillera Blanca offers some of the finest and...

The Yorkshire Coast

A decade ago there was no climbing documented on the sea cliffs north of Filey. In recent years the wealth of crags along the 50 miles or so of this coastline have gradually given themselves to a broad mix of venues, each unique in character and each endowed...

Ulassai - A Sardinian Gem

Beginners' Pembroke

Bohuslän, Sweden

Polldubh Crags

Ötztal - Austria's Outdoor Capital

Ned Feehally's Top Mantelshelves in the Peak District


Moonarie - Australia


Malta and Gozo

Surrounded by the deep blue Mediterranean sea, halfway between Sicily and the North African coast, Malta and sister island Gozo are steeped in rich and turbulent history, breathtaking landscapes and, most importantly, limestone crags and sea cliffs with hundreds of...

Grade I Winter: 12 Must-Do Routes

You don't have to be a beginner to enjoy a classic grade I. From easy snow gullies in grand settings to famously airy ridges, these are some of the greatest days out in the winter hills.

Classic Italian Via Ferrata

Site user John Tattersall relives a classic hut-to-hut via ferrata tour through the Civetta and Sorapiss groups of the Italian Dolomites.

The Dolomites - Via Ferrata

Located in northern Italy and with a unique mix of Italian and Austrian culture, the Dolomites has the highest concentration of via ferrata in the world, boasting some 170 historic routes. James Rushforth takes us through his pick of the best via...

Waterval Boven: South Africa's Sport Climbing Mecca

Fair Head - Northern Ireland

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The Dolomites - 5 Easy Route Recommendations

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10 Routes to Climb in Chamonix in Winter

10 Multi-pitch Routes Worth Travelling For Part 1