Smartboysonline.co.uk reports that Malcolm Smith has just completed his long-term project at Kyloe-in-the-woods, Northumberland. The problem takes a direct line on shallow pockets up the overhanging wall above the training traverse on the left hand side of the crag. Malc has been trying it for 10 years and has offered the bumper grade of Font 8b+ and the name The Monk Life. Photo on Smartboysonline.co.uk
We're a couple of weeks into lockdown and a lot of climbing filmmakers are kindly uploading their back catalogues for us to enjoy. Ben Pritchard and Rich Heap have uploaded the classic bouldering documentary, Stone Love. The fi...
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