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Founded in 1889, C.A.M.P. is a long-standing benchmark company in the areas of technical mountaineering and safety equipment for workers at height. During the first World War, our forges produced ice axes for Italian Alpine Troops fighting on the mountain fronts in the Alps. Today, our products are tested in the hands of the world’s most elite alpinists who have become famous for climbing the highest peaks in the world in the toughest conditions imaginable.

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ISPO 2020 - Best in Show

The first major trade show of the new decade brought the world's outdoor industry to Munich in an annual pageant of product fondling and hobnobbing. Here are some of our highlights...

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These are reviews from the UKH editorial team

Lightweight Compact Trekking Poles

In search of a pole that's as small and light as possible for carrying in a climbing pack or holiday hold baggage, we compare five adjustable-length models at a range of budgets.

Christmas Gift Guide: Goodies for £40 and Under

Christmas is nearly here, and as usual we've left present buying til the last minute. From seasonal staples like hats and torches to climbing hardwear and ultralight packs, here are some ideas that won't break the bank.

C.A.M.P Sky Carbon and Sonic Alu Trekking Poles

Lightweight, compact and well made, C.A.M.P's Sky Carbon and Sonic Alu trekking poles represent pretty good value for money. As these are basically the same pole in either aluminium or carbon fibre, we've reviewed them both in a one-er.

All Round Harnesses

Since most climbers do a bit of everything, there's a lot to be said for a harness that does too. Over spring and summer 2016 the UKC test...

What Gear To Take: Scrambling

"What you take and what you leave behind can make all the difference when scrambling," says Paul Lewis. "A small rucksack, a well...

C.A.M.P Air Harness

The first sit harnesses were basically a belt and leg loops made out of webbing, like alpine harnesses today and the Whillans harness of yesterday....

C.A.M.P Pro nuts

Toby Archer tests out the Pro nuts from CAMP. They come in sets of seven, have a different sizing to other nuts and are: "a solid product that does what...

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ISPO 2020 - New Climbing Gear

We spent earlier this week catching up with brands at the big winter gearfest: ISPO. Despite the fact the show was quieter than usual, this in no way detracted from the quality of the clobber on show and hitting the shops in the near future. Below...

Walking / Mountaineering Axes

With the alpine summer season now in full swing many people are getting kitted out with spikey, shiney toys to safeguard their alpine ascents. If you're in the market for a long handled Ice Axe for either this summer's alpine season or next winter's...

CAMP Flint Kit

A versatile and affordable kit for indoor and outdoor climbers. The light and comfortable Flint harness features the patented No-Twist belay loop that holds the belay carabiner securely in place to prevent the dangers of cross loading, robust construction, and all the features to make...

Climbing Hardware Report

It's the report everyone has been waiting for... climbing hardware! From the unconventional twin gate carabiner from...

ISPO 2013 Report: Gear News

UKC was at the massive winter gear tradeshow ISPO Munich, getting sneak previews of kit in the pipeline for autumn/winter 2013/14...

OutDoor 2012 Report: Climbing Gear - Hardware

Here we have a selection of exciting new hardware that stood out to us on our roving reporter travels.

OutDoor Show 2010: HARNESSES

What climbing companies have done recently is to integrate the webbing waist belt with the padding either by using new...

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