Our Friday Night Video this week takes us to the 6th highest mountain in the world. Emily Harrington and Adrian Ballinger make a... Read more
A stretch of the popular Coast to Coast route formerly marred by trail erosion and peat bog degradation has been restored, in a... Read more
They're delicious, they're free ...and late summer is their prime season! Here's our mini guide to foraging wild berries on the... Read more
An automatic selection of five photos from each of the catagories on site was made based on the votes from the previous 12 months. Users were then asked to vote for the overall winners of each catagory from this selection. In addition to the category awards we also have three overall winners (1st, 2nd, 3rd), which were selected by professional photographer Tim Glasby.
No Map Could Show Them. The pioneering Victorian women in mountaineering of the early twentieth Century. The women whose narratives and achievements became lost in the mountains, where they forged paths and ascended; their stories brought back down to earth, only to be silenced by the patriarchy.
Rediscovering and amplifying the voices of these female mountaineers today is acclaimed poet and keen climber Helen Mort, in her latest poetry anthology No Map Could Show Them. Natalie Berry interviews Helen on combining the introspective world of writing with the creative escape of the great outdoors, alongside poem readings and our UKC filmpoem 'Dear Alison.'
In this full screen Digital Feature, Jack Geldard and Nick Brown explore the life and tragic death of Alison Hargreaves and how her achievements have influenced her son, Tom Ballard.
With stunning historical images and exclusive video, this feature captures the experiences of Alison and Tom in an absorbing and aesthetic style and delves in to the extraordinary lives of both mother and son.
Primus have brought out a number of new gas stoves for spring/summer 2017. We've taken a look at two models from opposite ends of... Read more
A very sturdy waterproof-lined walking shoe, the Boreal Aztec is billed as a low-ankle alternative to boots. Is Dan Bailey... Read more
Quick drying, ultra light and highly breathable, Rab's Alpha Flux exemplifies the new breed of 'active insulation'. If you're... Read more
The new Crux™ Reservoir delivers 20% more water per sip compared to the current industry-leading CamelBak Antidote®... Read more
As the summer approaches hopefully the alpinists amongst you will be gravitating towards snowy summits in the Alps and beyond. To... Read more
Macpac have a long history of manufacturing outdoor equipment of outstanding design and quality. For 2017 the brand gets a reboot... Read more
With the Ferrosi Metro Hoody, we've built a casual but technical soft shell jacket that can go - much like its wearer - from the... Read more
The new Primus Micron Trail is a powerhouse yet so small and lightweight it fits easily into your pocket. If you're looking for a... Read more
Berghaus is continuing to reduce the environmental and social impact of product manufacture and other business activities. ... Read more
Airport transfer specialists Mountain Drop-offs is celebrating all things spring in Chamonix by extending its UKC17 Promo Code to... Read more
We are finally ready to announce the opening of our first Alpkit showcase store. We’re opening on Friday 14th April in... Read more
We are on the look out for amazing people to join us on the journey... After the success of opening our first Alpkit flagship... Read more
Action Outdoors seeks a Digital Engagement Manager. First & foremost you must share our company values ??" you must be passionate... Read more
Jöttnar produces technical clothing for mountaineering, winter climbing and all-mountain skiing. We are a young and ambitious... Read more