- Saturday 1st October 2022
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Contents November/December 2022
Font 8C+ first ascent in the UK for Bosi and Roberts.
Destinations / Crags / Features
14: Easy Climbs – Porthclais area, North Pembroke
For this issue’s easy climbs we check out these coastal slabs in North Pembroke, Wales.
32: Pentire Head – The Atlantic Coast
James Mann on the charms of the area and climbing on the wild edge of north Cornwall.
38: The Changing Face of Alpine Climbing
Keith Sharples explores the significant effect global warming and climate change are having on Alpine climbing.
44: Portland Sport – At Sixes and Sevens
We head to England’s south coast and an account of routes in the F6-F7 grade range on the Isle of Portland.
50: Kalymnos – Multi-Pitch for the VS Climber
A trio of multi-pitch climbs for the VS leader on this Greek sport climbing Mecca.
8: British Bouldering Championships 2022 and European Championships reports.
26: Eric Hörst – Training guru
Well-known American training guru Eric Hörst talks to Ray Wood.
58: Stanton Moor, Peak District.
This moorland area near Matlock conceals a fine collection of classic grit problems.
Training & Skills
64: Petzl Skills
Carabiners and the harness belay loop.
66: The Climber’s Coach
Strengths and weaknesses: Time to get serious.
70: The Climber’s Physio
NEW SERIES – Andy McVittie centres on injury prevention.
74: Rock Shoe Review
Keith Sharples tries out a selection of rock shoes.
20: UK Classics
Kinkyboots (VS 4c), Baggy Point, North Devon.
22: The Climber’s Voice
Mark Cobb scribes about climbing for life
54: James Pearson and Caroline Ciavaldini
Caroline Ciavaldini writes about their ‘Jordan Traduction.’
72: Book Reviews
A Path of Shadows by John Porter and Mick Conefrey’s Everest 1922.
80: BMC Update
The latest news from the British Mountaineering Council.
82: Climber Legends