/ DESTINATION GUIDE: Polldubh Crags
The Polldubh crags in Glen Nevis are an archetype of the hidden gems of British climbing. Although no single crag on the hillside above Lower Falls is a huge multi-pitch wall, each is full of brilliant rock climbing pitches which are so numerous, even a passionate local such as myself has not found my way round all the possibilities. Following the latest round of development since 2000, there is also now a huge variety of established boulder problems to compliment the hundreds of trad climbs.
Our Friday Night Video this week is a biopic of Hansjörg Auer. When people think of Hansjörg they mainly remember his... Read more
Cracks and jamming techniques can be found in every type of climbing, so whether you're a bouldering beast, a crack climbing... Read more
Overlooking the picturesque slopes of Wharfedale is a climbing destination of national significance. The distinctive Cow and Calf... Read more
Extensively researched by local activists with many years of rock-climbing experience on the coast of West Cornwall, this... Read more