There are different kinds of Fontainebleau trips - although this is true for any climbing trip. If, like the average climber, you only have a finite amount of time in that place, you can approach your week or two weeks in one of a few different ways. You ma...
Finally, in what feels an age, I've managed to have a good few days climbing on real stone in the UK. Since the start of 2014 it's all been a bit sporadic; a day here, a day there. Weather, illnesses, work, and more have all conspired to whittle away at mot...
Towards the end of 2013 I fired over a few questions to Nathan Phillips, the former GB Junior Bouldering Team Captain. The Q&A took place off the back of a highly successful junior competition season, Nathan's last before moving up to the Seniors, when he'd...
The Last Great Climb The great snaggletooth of mother earth, Ulvetanna stands at almost 3,000m in the snow covered Queen Maud Land, Antarctica. Only recently found and summated (the first ascent being 1994) one of the Peak's greatest lines remained untouche...
DamNation Forgive my ignorance but I did not know dams could be such a highly emotive and divisive subject. DamNation is a fantastic depiction of just how damaging millions of tons of concrete and steel poured into a natural scar in the earth's crust can be...
Wideboyski Everyone knows what to expect from the Wide Boyz these days - their movie about Century Crack has been invested into the pantheon of Great British climbing films. Their American adventures were shown at last year's Sheffield Adventure Film Festiv...
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