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21 Sep 2017

thumb The Pennine Way is a game of numbers: 268 miles, 11,000m of ascent, and countless pints of ale. But the most significant number... Read more

1 Sep 2017

thumb For our series on the UK's gnarliest routes, Kevin Woods ventures north of Affric. Need a leg stretch? At 55km, and 5000m ascent,... Read more

30 Aug 2017

thumb For our long-running series of mini intros to Britain's favourite hills, Alex Roddie treads the tightrope of Crib Goch, the... Read more

Aug 2017

thumb For the latest in our series of potted intros to Britain's favourite hills, Alex Roddie heads to Bowfell, the commanding peak at... Read more

Aug 2017

thumb Grade 2 might be hard to define, but among their number are some of the greatest scrambles in the country. Whether viewed as a... Read more

Jul 2017

thumb In our series of bite-sized intros to Britain's favourite hills, James Roddie hops over the bridge to Skye, for what is arguably... Read more

Jul 2017

thumb What makes a great walker's boozer? Daniel Neilson, author of CAMRA's guide to Wild Pub Walks, spills the beer on ten of his... Read more

Jul 2017

thumb In the latest of our series of bite-sized intros to Britain's favourite hills, Alex Roddie turns to the cave-riddled hulk of... Read more

Jun 2017

thumb Every mountain hit list has its essential big ticks. For this episode in our series on the UK's gnarliest routes, Alex Roddie... Read more

Jun 2017

thumb Pyrenees-based guide Miguel Ibáñez describes Andorra's three most interesting peaks - all near 3000m high, yet each suitable... Read more

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Aug 2017

thumb Grade 2 might be hard to define, but among their number are some of the greatest scrambles in the country. Whether viewed as a... Read more

Jul 2017

thumb What makes a great walker's boozer? Daniel Neilson, author of CAMRA's guide to Wild Pub Walks, spills the beer on ten of his... Read more

Jun 2017

thumb Every mountain hit list has its essential big ticks. For this episode in our series on the UK's gnarliest routes, Alex Roddie... Read more

1 Sep 2017

thumb For our series on the UK's gnarliest routes, Kevin Woods ventures north of Affric. Need a leg stretch? At 55km, and 5000m ascent,... Read more

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Oct 2013

thumb In this Mont Blanc destination article, Chamonix resident and UKC Gear Reviewer Charlie Boscoe takes us through the two easiest... Read more

Sep 2011

thumb Jon Jones is an instructor at Glenmore Lodge, Scotland. He holds the Mountain Instructor Certificate and is an extremely... Read more

Jul 2015

thumb Located in northern Italy and with a unique mix of Italian and Austrian culture, the Dolomites has the highest concentration of... Read more

Jun 2012

thumb A traverse of the Cuillin Ridge on Skye is a classic expedition that many people aspire to. What many people underestimate is... Read more

Nov 2011

thumb Are you an aspiring mountaineer? Nothing beats a good ridge. From harder walks to low grade climbs, Dan Bailey runs through... Read more

Jun 2011

thumb Mark Reeves is a mountain instructor who has lived and worked amongst the mountains of Snowdonia since 1995. He lets us in on... Read more

Jan 2016

thumb You don't have to be a beginner to enjoy a classic grade I. From easy snow gullies in grand settings to famously airy ridges,... Read more

Feb 2014

thumb Untracked back country snow and that elusive Scottish powder: Sound good? If you fancy the idea of Scottish ski touring, but... Read more

Jul 2009

thumb The spectacular pinnacle of Napes Needle is Lakeland rock’s ultimate must-do. Arguably the most iconic symbol in the history of... Read more