- Wednesday 1st December 2021
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Contents January/February 2022
Bosi bags two Derbyshire F9a+s, Kendal Mountain Festival report, two iconic British brands celebrate 40 years and news round-up.
Destinations / Crags / Features
20: Classic Rock Round
Anna Taylor recounts how she completed the Classic Rock routes in one continuous self-propelled journey.
28: Home on The Range – Anglesey
Mark Reeves highlights the best routes on the quiet sea cliffs of The Range in North Wales.
34: Easy Limestone – Aldery Cliff, Peak District
This fine venue offers a good set of lower-grade trad limestone routes around S to HVS.
40: The Climb – Paul Pritchard
An exclusive extract from Paul’s new book The Mountain Path – A Climber’s Journey Through Life and Death.
46: Attermire Escarpment – Yorkshire Sport Climbing
This crag near Settle has undergone a sport climbing revamp. Mark Radtke reveals all.
52: The Origins of the Climbing Sit Harness
Paul Seddon and Tony Howard on how the sit harness came into being.
14: Neil Gresham: A lifetime of Preposterous Climbing
Keith Sharples interviews this well-known climber and coach.
60: Trwyn Talfarach – North Wales
Mick Lovatt spotlights this excellent coastal bouldering area on Pen Llŷn.
Training & Skills
66: Petzl Skills
Greg Boswell offers useful guidance with some ice climbing basics.
68: The Climber’s Coach
Becca Lounds with tips for indoor climbers heading outside bouldering for the first time.
74: Winter Clothing Essentials
Bruce Goodlad reviews clothing to keep you warm and functioning on winter routes.
79: Wild Country Zero Offset Friends
A review of Wild Country’s new cams.
26: UK Classics
Kelly’s Overhang (HVS 5b), Stanage Edge, Derbyshire.
56: James Pearson and Caroline Ciavaldini
The Long Road Home – Bike and ride tour mark 2.
72: Book Reviews
The Culm Coast & Baggy Point guidebook and MacInnes – The Fox of Glencoe.
80: BMC Update
The latest news from the British Mountaineering Council.
82: Climber Legends