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UKC/UKH 2019 Readership Survey is LIVE

Since 2010 UKC/UKH have carried out a readership survey every three years and it is now time for a new one. There are two different surveys - the UKC version (which is more climbing-based) and the UKH version (which is a shorter hillwalking-based survey). You can only fill out one of these surveys, so please choose the one that corresponds best to your interest level and the site you visit the most (see below).

To help improve UKC/UKH we need to know all about you: what activities you do, what sort of gear you buy and what you think about us. We listen very carefully to what you say and appreciate all constructive criticism (and are willing to act on it).

By contributing to this survey you are helping us build up a detailed demographic picture of our readers and develop a media planner for the advertisers who support UKClimbing, UKHillwalikng and Rockfax. The data you submit is completely anonymous. No reference to your IP address or email address will be recorded. The only thing we update is your User Profile, which will be marked with an indicator showing that you have completed the survey, but there is no connection between your User Profile and a set of responses.

If you complete the survey (you must answer more than 80% of the questions) you will be included in a draw for one of the great prizes we have (see below - the set there is likely to be added to during the survey). The survey is split into six short sections and should take about 10 to 15 minutes to complete.

We appreciate your help and thank you for being part of the UKC/UKH community. We are also extremely grateful to the advertisers who have supported this survey with their magnificent prizes.

Thanks from everyone at UKC/UKH!

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1 Dec, 2019

Very minor thing, but having just filled it in:

foreign climbing trips - options are never, yearly, 2-4 times a year, ...

- I would have thought lots of folk go abroad climbing but maybe not every year. I'm in that bracket, maybe 3 out of 5 years I go Spain/Tenerife/Mallorca (er, that's Spain then). I'd go more often, but dont earn lots and my wife doesnt climb, so I have to share between climbing and nonclimbing hols abroad - not a bad problem to have!!!

1 Dec, 2019

I'm in a similar position. I went with yearly in the end as I do climb abroad, so never would have been less accurate than yearly.

1 Dec, 2019

Couldn't see an option to select fact I live in N. Ireland (was only Scotland, Wales, Ireland, England etc)

I believe our Developer was looking into this earlier today, partly as a result of this, and partly because you could - in some strange circumstances - select Awesome Walls Sheffield as your country of residence.

Hopefully this has now been sorted.

Hi JB,

The Ireland under the UK heading at the top would be the right choice but I've changed the wording on this to actually say Northern Ireland instead of just Ireland. Sorry for the confusion.

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