This weekend we're after your help for the growing humanitarian crisis in Ukraine.
The first ever carabiner with a built-in pulley wheel appeared in 2004. It is still widely used today.
The idea of a fully curved axe in the 90s was a radical and pioneering design.
A true oval connector providing effective centralising of loads—forerunner of the compact PerfectO, AmericanO and XSRE.
Its introduction in 1993 was a 'revolutionary concept in design and performance'.
The story behind the iconic Triple Attachment Pulley at the core of the Hitch Climber system.
WTF director, Gilly McArthur, chats about inclusivity, community, and her aspirations.
Reflections on getting back to rock as lockdown restrictions eased.
Find out how competition climbing started in the UK before becoming an Olympic sport at the Tokyo Games.
Nick Bullock and Mick Lovatt repeat the 1240 ft epic traverse, War and Peace, 24 years after its first ascent.
James McHaffie’s name goes down in British climbing history as the first person to climb all 180 routes in Extreme Rock.
Alan Halewood shares his thoughts on getting back to rock climbing as pandemic restrictions ease and spring arrives.
Will Bosi's King Capella with a proposed 9b+ grade, would make him the first Brit to achieve this level of difficulty.
Impressive new multi-pitch climb in Val Bavona, Ticino, Switzerland.
Paul Pritchard didn’t let hemiplegia stop him from joining the Big Canopy Campout in Tasmania.
October is the traditional time of year when we support Breast Cancer Awareness Month with a special edition pink product.
On the 5th of August, Alex Megos climbed his long-term Ceuse project, Bibliographie, with ‘one last go’.