February 2005 Search News

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26 Feb 2005

thumb Exceptionally stable conditions prevailed in the Fitzroy massif in early February 2005. Several teams made a successful ascent of... Read more

24 Feb 2005

Dave MacLeod has made a winter ascent of The Hurting, a summer E4 6a in Coire an t Sneachda (left) on Cairngorm. After abseiling... Read more

24 Feb 2005

thumb A serious flaw in the Countryside and Right of Way Act has been exposed today with a Planning Inspectorate decision on access to... Read more

19 Feb 2005

thumb The second round of the Junior A5 British Bouldering Championships 2004/2005 was held at the Outdoor Adventure Show at Olympia on... Read more

17 Feb 2005

thumb David Pye's book George Leigh Mallory - a Memoir was first published in 1927. A copy of this book has been discovered in North... Read more

16 Feb 2005

thumb Online entry for the Lowe Alpine Mountain Marathon 2005 is now available. This year's LAMM will be on the weekend of 18/19 June... Read more

15 Feb 2005

Sheffield resident, Katherine Schirrmacher made a rare female ascent of West Side Story (Font 7b+) at Burbage West today. ... Read more

14 Feb 2005

thumb The super-steep main crag at S'estret (left) on Mallorca has suffered a major rockfall. A large section on the left-hand side of... Read more

14 Feb 2005

The second round of the BBC, held at Preston this weekend, was dominated by the usual suspects. Andrew Earl achieved his second... Read more

10 Feb 2005

Climbing at Langcliffe Quarry is once more under threat after the site was declared an Ancient Monument and protected by the... Read more

10 Feb 2005

The Government has announced that there will soon be legal restrictions against the use of off-road vehicles like motorbikes,... Read more

4 Feb 2005

thumb A landmine charity is seeking willing volunteers to take part in a sponosred abseil at the Villa Park Stadium in Birmingham on... Read more

4 Feb 2005

Anderl Heckmair has died aged 98. He is best known for leading the famous 1938 ascent of the North Face of the Eiger (left) which... Read more