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Hodge Close Quarry - An Unlikely DWS Paradise

Neil Gresham takes a closer look at what could either be a chossy hole in the ground or a quirky treasure trove filled with some of the least likely DWS classics you've ever seen.

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Donegal, in the northwest of Ireland, contains more climbable rock than the rest of Ireland combined, with two major mountain ranges, eight hundred miles of coastline, one hundred sea stacks and as many climbing mediums as you'll find in the rest of the country combined. There are currently just under 3,000 routes recorded throughout the county.

Carinthia - Austria

Austria has no shortage of top-quality climbing. Tirol, in the west of the country, is already known as a world-class alpine and rock-climbing destination. But there's more to Austria than just the region around Innsbruck. Head south, and you can discover one...

Lost Rock

Rob Greenwood takes a look at some routes that have fallen down, some routes that have shed holds, and others that might shed a whole lot more in the foreseeable!

Cochamó: Multipitch Madness in Chilean Patagonia

South Devon

The Ridges of Norway's Jotunheim

Harthill Quarry

High Altitude Climbing in Peru's Cordillera Blanca

The Yorkshire Coast

Ulassai - A Sardinian Gem

Beginners' Pembroke


The Five Best E2 Routes in the UK?

Duncan Campbell picks his top E2 climbs. From the crumbly Mousetrap to the epic Prophecy of Drowning... But wait... why hasn't he included Left Wall?

10 Multi-pitch Routes Worth Travelling For Part 2

Here's the final five in our ten routes worth travelling for series! Are they any good? Have you done any of them? And where the hell is Hollanderen?! 5 routes, all classic adventures, all good enough to base your holiday...

The Dolomites - 5 Easy Route Recommendations

The Dolomites have a fearsome reputation when it comes to trad climbing and when viewing the peaks with their characteristically steep faces it is easy to see why.... but it isn't all desperate! There are plenty of easy routes to go at in terms of...

Fair Head - Northern Ireland

Fair Head is - in the words of the Irish - the world's best crag. Stretching for 5km it has one thing in common with England's pride and joy Stanage: length but beyond that the supposed jewel in the crown British rock climbing begins to look distinctly...

10 Multi-pitch Routes Worth Travelling For Part 1

Malta and Gozo

Grade I Winter: 12 Must-Do Routes

10 Routes to Climb in Chamonix in Winter

The Dolomites - Via Ferrata

Ned Feehally's Top Mantelshelves in the Peak District

Margalef: 20 Years of Quality Sport Climbing

Waterval Boven: South Africa's Sport Climbing Mecca