The Climber's Voice
A series of articles from our regular magazine feature: The Climber's Voice
If you have an interesting story, opinion, some memories or even a rant (within reason) then please submit ideas via the Contact Us form and if we think it fits the bill we may publish it.
David Simmonite attempts his first ever XS graded route in Pembroke in the company of James Pearson.
Mike Collinson describes his first visit to the Alps and a plan to climb The Kuffner Arête.
Chris Davies talks about what bouldering means to him and in particular looking for new problems, venturing into the unknown and the endless search for the perfect problem, the perfect move.
Andi Turner takes a close look at what climbing means to him and how it compares to another so-called ‘extreme’ sport.
Tom Newberry introduces the story of Mikey Cleverdon and his recovery from a life-threatening illness.
James McHaffie gives us a personal account of how he completed the 'King of the Pass' challenge.
Terry Gifford, Festival Founder & Director, on 21 years of The International Festival of Mountaineering Literature, 1987-2008.
Mark Reeves pays tribute to pioneering climber and educationalist, Jack Longland.
Percy Bishton takes a tongue in cheek look at the art of cheating whilst climbing.
A new beginning for Andi Turner.
Graham Hoey reflects on three lost friends.
Ruth Taylor describes her route back to climbing from serious injury.
Pete Whittaker, a man who knows a thing or two about the subject, explore the obsession with putting up new routes.