June 2005 Search News

Search News

24 Jun 2005

Ratho is set to be bought by Edinburgh City Council in a £5 million rescue package. A news story on Scotsman.com suggests... Read more

23 Jun 2005

thumb On a recent Red Chili tour of the USA, with Stefan Glowacz and members of the US team, Ben Moon found time to send a well known... Read more

22 Jun 2005

thumb Despite tales of the usual horrific weather early season in Alaska, some important repeats and new routes have been completed.... Read more

21 Jun 2005

thumb A story has appeared on the Desnivel web site stating that access to the main gorge at El Chorro (photo) is now in jeopardy. The... Read more

20 Jun 2005

Andrew Earl managed an superb 3rd place in the latest round of the Bouldering World Cup held in Fiera di Primiero (Italy). The ... Read more

20 Jun 2005

It may have been a lovely weekend weather-wise but it was tragic weekend for climbers with 2 fatal accidents. Mathew Wilkes died... Read more

17 Jun 2005

thumb There has been a fantastic response to the UKC readership survey, some fascinating feedback and ideas have been received and we -... Read more

6 Jun 2005

thumb Sir Ranulph Fiennes was climbing more strongly then ever when he reached the top camp (8300m) on Everest on Friday afternoon. But... Read more

6 Jun 2005

thumb On 28 May, Ben Moon repeated High Fidelity at Caley. This is Steve Dunning's Font 8b up the rib to the right of the Great Flake.... Read more

5 Jun 2005

thumb Bishop, California and Saddleworth based climber Kevin Thaw has just returned from a North Face sponsored expedition to the... Read more

3 Jun 2005

A Nepalese couple have exchanged wedding vows on top of Mount Everest, the first people ever to marry there. They briefly took... Read more

2 Jun 2005

thumb Al Hinkes has become the first Briton to climb all 14 of the world's mountains over 8000m high. Less people globally have... Read more

2 Jun 2005

thumb The fabulous Wild Side, at Sella on the Costa Blanca (left), has reopened to climbers. This superb leaning wall is on private... Read more

1 Jun 2005

The 2nd round of the Difficulty World Cup took place at Imst in Austria last weekend. The results are available here. Read more