This rounded low-level traverse at the Roaches was first climbed by Jerry Moffat in the late 1980's and is given a bouldering grade of Font 8a+/V12.
This could possibly be the hardest bouldering flash achieved on UK rock and was achieved in what boulderers call 'mint' conditions - that is around 4 degrees celsius.
Marginal conditions in the mountains this winter have led to uncertainty and difficult decision-making when planning journeys... Read more
Our Friday Night Video is a fantastically shot view of Jason Kehl's Hueco. Kehl looks at the potential for the development of new... Read more