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Carrying a casualty in the mountains is a massive undertaking  © Llanberis Mountain Rescue Team

Returning to Welsh Hills and Mountains - A Message from MRTs

If they stick to the footholds at Dumbarton, they can stick anywhere  © UKC Gear

New Corona Advice for Walkers and Climbers in Scotland

If you don't live within five miles of the Cuillin you're not going to be doing this for quite some time yet...  © Dan Bailey

Lockdown Scotland - Limited Scope for Walkers and Climbers

BMC guidelines for outdoor activities during COVID-19.  © BMC

BMC Releases Practical Measures for Climbing & Walking during COVID-19

rescue team  © jaggy bunnet

Mountain Rescue Teams in 'Stay Off the Hills' Appeal

Crib Goch sunrise, a benefit of those early mornings  © Kate Worthington

Lockdown Diaries - Keeping it Together in Nant Peris

Starting up Clothesline on Aldery Cliff  © Samuel James-Louwerse

Opinion Climbing & Walking in England: Proceed with Caution

Alan James on the finishing crack of Mealy Bugs (VS) at Ravensdale.  © Nick Brown

Can We Climb & Hillwalk? New Govt Advice is Partial Green Light

Social distancing is easier in some parts of London than others...  © Rosie Robson

Lockdown Diaries - Springtime in London

On Sgurr Alasdair  © Murray Wilkie

Scrambling Films for When You Can't go Scrambling

UKC Supporter  © UKC News

Become a Supporter of UKClimbing and UKHillwalking

When all this is over, the mountains will still be there  © Keri Wallace

Lockdown Diaries - Childcare is More Exhausting Than Running

Edinburgh, city of hills  © Mark Steven

Lockdown Diaries - The View From a Top Floor Flat

The night sky in Capel  © Nicholas Livesey

Lockdown Diaries - From Cafe to Carefree in Snowdonia

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