New Route on Unclimbed Peak in Jugal Himal by Paul Ramsden and Tim Miller

Paul Ramsden and Tim Miller have just returned from a trip to the Jugal Himal, north-east of Kathmandu in Nepal, where they made the first ascent of an unnamed and apparently unclimbed peak mapped at 6563m. The pair have named the peak Jugal Spire, and their north-face route The Phantom Line ED+.

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Berghaus to bring athletes and adventure film premieres to Kendal

For the 20th consecutive year, Berghaus will have a big presence at Kendal Mountain Festival (KMF) in November. KMF returns as an in-person event from 18-21 November, and the adventures of Berghaus athletes and their friends will feature throughout, with film premieres, talks and a session on how the brand has adapted kit for a quadriplegic climber.

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