Hi UKC visitor,
Welcome to the new-look, super-sized Climber magazine
Now bigger and better value with 8 extra pages of stunning photos and the best features, interviews, training and skills advice, gear reviews, competitions and prizes every month.
Regular exclusive columns from top British climber, BASE jumper and all round action man, Tim Emmett Skills Corner – tips and advice on all aspects of climbing and mountaineering skills and safety from the experts at Glenmore Lodge outdoor centre Climber Book Club – for readers to share their views on all the latest climbing and mountaineering books. Sign up for free to take part and write your own reviews. Gear – we’ve signed up two new recruits for the Climber gear review team. Welcome CragX manager, climber and all-round top guy Iain Whitehouse and qualified International Mountain Leader Kate Scott, who complement our existing writers and bring their extensive knowledge and expertise to the magazine so that we can help you, the reader, make the most informed decisions about which new products to buy.
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Buy our new look issue for just £2.50 with FREE delivery!
Offer is only available whilst stocks last so make sure you buy your copy quickly!
Coming soon – and to whet your appetite further, here’s a sneak preview of just a few of the fantastic features coming over the next few months:
- Scottish Winter special - a bumper introduction to Scottish winter climbing with a guide to the best routes on Ben Nevis, winter skills and safety and essential gear.
- Can anyone climb F8a? Two ordinary Climber readers set out to have a go. Find out how they got on…
- Laos sport climbing – a guide to this relatively newly-developed sport climbing destination in South-East Asia by British climber James Pearson.
- Albarracin bouldering – dubbed ‘the Spanish Fontainebleau’, British bouldering champion Leah Crane guides us around the best problems.
- Glyder Fach – brilliant mid-grade Welsh mountain multi-pich climbing
Plus much, much more….
The only thing that hasn’t changed on Climber Magazine is our commitment to cater for ALL climbers whether you’re just starting out or you’re pushing your grade and climbing hard - we’re not snobbish or elitist and we still remember what it was like taking those first exciting steps.