porno videolar

Home

50 years on - Iain Peters Remembers

On the 26th of August 1966, Iain Peters and John Gerber set out along the West Penwith coast towards the Gurnard’s Head with the intention of making the first ascent of ‘the extreme to end all extremes’. While this didn’t quite turn out to be...

Read More
Iain Peters Remembers

Old Goats & Rehab Rock Meet - July 2016

This meet was a great success and as Bob Watson said; "Great few days climbing and banter". Thanks to all who organised and attended.

Read More
Bob Watson humbling himself before his fellow old and not so old goats.

Climb Britain - new name for the BMC

The name change was agreed by BMC National Council on 18 June and is the culmination of a nine month Sports Council funded consultancy project the main conclusion of which was that ‘Mountaineering Council’ doesn’t really cut it these days and that if we want...

Read More
climb-b

Skeleton Ridge - The Needles on the Isle of Wight

I suspect quite a few of you folks will have visited the Isle of Wight and especially the iconic chalk Needles by Totland Bay in the past. So here’s a short climbing film I made about a recent trip for a sortie on one of...

Read More
Skeleton-1

Riasg meet, Spring Bank Holiday - May 2016

Dry weather during the run-up and a good weekend forecast meant the meet was fully subscribed, with all the beds taken. A few Scottish 'locals' were joined by members and guests from as far away as London and Bristol, with a good contingent from Yorkshire,...

Read More
High on Centurion, Ben Nevis

James McHaffie -E9s Gromlech & Dinas Mot

Member James Mchaffie has just put up a new E9 route House of Talons in Ynys front garden the Gromlech so well done James. James has continued his new-routing by making the first ascent of what could be Wales's hardest trad route yet on Dinas...

Read More
James McHaffie

Meets

Latest Articles

Boardman Tasker Award for Mountain Literature 2016 Shortlist

bt-logo

Interest in the Boardman Tasker (BT) Award for Mountain Literature remains as great as ever and this year’s competition has resulted in 35 books being submitted, from personal journeys and adventures, poetry, biographies & autobiographies to novels. For the full […]

New Lancashire Rock Guidebook in the Shop

bmc-lancashire-rock

The new BMC definitive guidebook Lancashire Rock is now available. Visit the CC Online Shop This season’s hottest news for climbers in the north-west is the release of the latest BMC definitive guidebook, Lancashire Rock. This new volume to all […]

50 years on – Iain Peters Remembers

Iain Peters Remembers

On the 26th of August 1966, Iain Peters and John Gerber set out along the West Penwith coast towards the Gurnard’s Head with the intention of making the first ascent of ‘the extreme to end all extremes’. While this didn’t […]

August Bank Holiday – Count House

Count House new roof

Over the Bank Holiday there are plans to celebrate the 50th Anniversary of the first ascent of Right Angle. If you are planning to visit the Count House then check the calendar on the web site and book or plan […]

A History of Climbing on Scafell

scafell-history

“Nowt but a fleein’ thing” New Publication by FRCC – Available Soon in the eShop A history of climbing on Scafell by Al Phizacklea and Mike Cocker Foreword by Sir Chris Bonington CBE In 1874 George Seatree and Stanley Martin […]

BMC Rebranding – Engagement with Clubs -Update Aug 5

climb-b-1

BMC re-branding, update 5th August The CC will be represented at the meeting the BMC are setting up with clubs for the 6th September. We do not have any details of the timing, venue, or agenda. To make the best […]

Chamonix Winter Skiing & Climbing Meet

Vallee Blanche

CHAMONIX offers perhaps its most fun side in what is its main season – WINTER. Yes, despite the traditional climber’s point of view on Chamonix, winter is the main event from the town’s perspective… Dates: Saturday 4th to Sunday 12th […]

Ken Wilson Memorial

Ken & Gloria Wilson

This was held on Saturday, attended by Ken’s widow Gloria and their son Andrew and a large number of climbers, many traveling a distance to be there. The speakers covered the different aspects of Ken’s impact on climbing in Britain. […]

Old Goats & Rehab Rock Meet – July 2016

Bob Watson humbling himself before his fellow old and not so old goats.

This meet was a great success and as Bob Watson said; “Great few days climbing and banter”. Thanks to all who organised and attended.

Climb Britain – new name for the BMC

climb-b

The name change was agreed by BMC National Council on 18 June and is the culmination of a nine month Sports Council funded consultancy project the main conclusion of which was that ‘Mountaineering Council’ doesn’t really cut it these days […]

New Borrowdale Guidebook

borrowdale

Now available – Members please login for discount. Fell & Rock Climbing Club Guides Authors: Justin Shiels; Andy Dunhill, Ron Kenyon, Trevor Langhorne and Richard Tolley ISBN: 9780850280586 Retail Price: £26.50 Publication Date: 10th July 2016 Paperback with flaps; 380 […]

A Celebration of A Life: Ken Wilson

Saturday 30th July starting at 5.00pm (prompt) and finishing at about 6.30pm in the Pennine Lecture Theatre, City Campus, Sheffield Hallam University (about a five-minute walk from the railway station and about a half-hour drive from Stanage Edge) All are […]

All Articles

 
escort bayan
ass porn arap porno