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  • The North Face Celebrates Community with Global  “Walls Are Meant For Climbing” Campaign

    The North Face Celebrates Community with Global “Walls Are Meant For Climbing” Campaign

    Aimed at making the sport of climbing more accessible and inclusive, The North Face today announced a global brand campaign Read More
  • An Exciting Time for Para Climbing

    An Exciting Time for Para Climbing

    With para sports over the last few years on the increase, assisted by the swelling profile of the Paralympics, the Read More
  • Triple success for Molly Thompson-Smith as she climbs the world rankings

    Triple success for Molly Thompson-Smith as she climbs the world rankings

    Berghaus athlete Molly Thompson-Smith has added to her haul of climbing trophies after a weekend of success in Sheffield.  Read More
  • Mammut El Cap Climbing Helmet tested and reviewed

    Mammut El Cap Climbing Helmet tested and reviewed

      The Mammut El Cap is a billed as a hybrid. From the outside it is a hard plastic shell Read More
  • MCofS Youth Climbing Series 2015 reaches round 2

    MCofS Youth Climbing Series 2015 reaches round 2

    Young climbers from across Scotland are being urged to go for gold in the year’s first major climbing competition. Even Read More
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Davy recently went to EICA Ratho to check out the Edelrid Rope Demo-  a machine straight from the Edelrid factory that shows how a rope is spun together from the raw cord material.
Friday, 12 September 2014 11:30

Paraclimbing comes to Scotland

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Scotland’s first Paraclimbing competition will see disabled climbers taking on vertical challenges at a major event in Edinburgh. Quadruple amputee climber Jamie Andrew, who lost his hands and feet in a tragic accident in the Alps, has helped organise the event which will take place at the Edinburgh International Climbing…
Sir Chris Bonington, the UK’s most famous mountaineer and a global climbing icon, has returned to the scene of one of his most high profile adventures.  48 years after he made the first ascent of the Old Man of Hoy off the north coast of Scotland, Bonington is currently attempting…
A top female climber is following her dreams of climbing in an "exciting place where not many other people have climbed" thanks to sponsors Tiso.
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Climbing News

  • Winter Hardwear - Black Diamond's new tools +

    As winter approaches, the anticipation of gullies filling with snow and crags being coated with ice, from the novice to Read More
  • Triple success for Molly Thompson-Smith as she climbs the world rankings +

    Berghaus athlete Molly Thompson-Smith has added to her haul of climbing trophies after a weekend of success in Sheffield.  Read More
  • BMC share Great Walks films in tribute to "Wild" Ben Winston +

    The BMC has teamed up with the Telegraph, TV presenter Mary-Ann Ochota and Marmot for a spectacular new short film Read More
  • Edelrid sponsored climber Robbie Philips Question and Answer +

    Davy recently went to EICA Ratho to check out the Edelrid Rope Demo-  a machine straight from the Edelrid factory Read More
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Climbing Reviews

  • Vaude Larice Jacket: Tested and Reviewed +

    As My Outdoors grows so does our reach to brands and the amount of equipment we are a lucky enough Read More
  • Tommy Caldwell Live at Kendal +

    Until the Dawn Wall Project, I didn’t know too much of Tommy Caldwell. Being the running guy, much of my Read More
  • Mammut El Cap Climbing Helmet tested and reviewed +

      The Mammut El Cap is a billed as a hybrid. From the outside it is a hard plastic shell Read More
  • Statement - The Ben Moon Story by Ed Douglas reviewed +

    Statement, by Ed Douglas, tells the remarkable story of the highly respected climber Ben Moon. It is the result of Read More
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