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Climbing Psychology – Mind Training for Optimal Climbing Performance by Kevin Roet

Climbing psychology is a complicated subject, not extensively covered in the literature to date. This self-published book by MCI Kevin Roet aims to give you the tools to improve your performance, no matter what level you climb. It's a welcome addition to the mental training library, says John Kettle.


Latest Reviews

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Christmas Books - Our Top Picks of 2021

Despite Covid-19, 2021 has been a good year for outdoor literature. From inspiring new guidebooks to historical biographies, accounts of epic journeys to mountain-related fiction, the team at UKClimbing and UKHillwalking pick their stand-out ti...

The Fox of Glencoe - Hamish MacInnes

This attractive book is a fitting tribute to a climbing polymath the like of whom we'll probably never see again, says Dan Bailey, and should interest anyone with a passion for Scottish hills, winter climbing, mountain rescue, or the history of...

Joss Naylor's Lakes, Meres and Waters of the Lake District

Brilliantly written, and a visual feast, this book is an inspiring celebration of the landscape and culture of the Lake District, and a fitting tribute to one if its truly great characters, says Rob Greenwood.

The Earth Beneath My Feet by Andrew Terrill

In Spring 1997, Andrew Terrill dropped a comfortable suburban life to embark on a 7000-mile solo mountain journey...

A Feeling for Rock, by Sarah-Jane Dobner

"Reading this book as the end of the third lockdown comes into sight reminded me of all the little things, and the big...

Christmas Books - Our Top Picks of 2020

If lockdowns have hit our outdoor lives this year, then at least many of us have had more time for reading. In our...

The Great Sea Cliffs of Scotland 

"Even if you're only vaguely into Scottish rock climbing, I can't see how your life is going to be complete without this...


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Climbing Psychology by Kevin Roet

Climbing psychology is a complicated subject, not very well covered in climbing literature.  As a climbing instructor I see that most, if not all climbers struggle with a psychological aspect within their climbing, whether this is the fear of f...

A' Chreag Dhearg - Climbing Stories of the Angus Glens

Compiled and co-authored by veteran climber Grant Farquhar – author of The White Cliff (2018) and Crazy Sorrow (2019) – and with contributions from a range of voices within Scotland's close-knit climbing community, A' Chreag...

Little Peak Press - Autumn / Winter 2021

Little Peak Press publishes and reviews books inspired by time spent in the mountains and other wild lands. We aspire to make beautiful books that take you to these places.

Mountain Equipment to support Boardman Tasker Award

The Boardman Tasker Award for Mountain Literature, is delighted to announce that it will now...

A Feeling for Rock, by Sarah-Jane Dobner

A Feeling for Rock is a visceral exploration of rock climbing as a passion and lifestyle. Through a mix...

SMC's Highland Scrambles North now available on Rockfax Digital

Over the past year the Scottish Mountaineering Club (SMC) has been working with...

The Great Sea Cliffs of Scotland 

The Great Sea Cliffs of Scotland is published by Scottish Mountaineering Press, a subsidiary of...


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