Clay / 79

Erinna / 72

Steve / 41

Ross / 31

Will / 27

Will Bourne / 25

CatO / 24

Owen / 14

Becky / 13

Louise / 13

Matt Blackmore / 13

Al / 10

Dylan / 9

Rob W-M / 9

Rebecca / 8

Steve Gibbs / 8

Tom Carvell / 8

DaveO / 6

Adam / 5

Doug / 5

Harry Kingston / 5

Ros / 5

Cameron / 4

Craig / 4

Eleri / 4

Emily Roo / 4

Julie / 4

Lina / 4

Rory / 4

Simon Bilton / 4

Liv / 3

Matt / 3

Matt Traver / 3

Naomi / 3

Neil Cox / 3

Rob Squires / 3

Sam Rose / 3

Al Begley / 2

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Ben / 2

Dave Bird / 2

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Aschau im Chiemgau, Germany
Jun 2nd 2019

Kampenwand Traverse

Clay's final day out in Austria, and we drove out towards Chiemsee for an alpine-style traverse of the Kampenwand. This distinctive ridgeline is accessed by a very ancient lift, so ancient that it had broken down by lunchtime. The ridgeline was a great mixture of moving together, soloing, short pitched sections on solid rock and a couple of abseils. Would make a great winter traverse with an approach on skis...

Bad Goisern, Salzkammergut
Jun 1st 2019

Ewige Wand

After yesterday's failures, we stayed low and climbed a great pair of bolted lines (Atemlos and Reise durchs gelobte Land) on the Ewige Wand above Bad Goisern.

Brunnkogel, Salzkammergut
May 31st 2019

Brunnkogel Nordwestgrat

We'd intended to climb the Vöcklabrucker Pfeiler on Brunnkogel, but the late season season made the approach so difficult that we ended up on the Nordwestgrat by mistake. After a lot of confusion in the mist we decided to head back down, at which point the weather promptly cleared. A good day's hike, if not a very productive climbing day.

Schober, Fuschl
May 30th 2019

Schober Südgrat

Clay landed in Munich and hopped on a train to Salzburg at lunchtime. The südgrat route above Schober is a prominent line rising from the Red Bull HQ at Fuschl below. A lovely choice for a sunny afternoon, with no real difficulties except for one stiff pitch of 7 up a steep finger crack on the final headwall.

Mingulay, Outer Hebrides
Aug 9th 2018

Cuan a Bochan

Our final day of climbing on Mingulay. Clay and I abseiled into Lower Cobweb Wall, which took almost an hour due to the complex route finding issues on the final free-hanging section. Once down, we set off up Cuan a Bochan, but the final groove of the first pitch was too much for me and I fell off (a couple of times). Luckily, Clay took over and smashed his way up through this, and the even harder moves above on pitch 2. We topped out after taking about six hours to go top-to-top, very hungry and happy. A fun, challenging end to a very good week of UK trad.

Mingulay, Outer Hebrides
Aug 8th 2018

The Arch Deacon

What a day of climbing. The Arch Deacon is an incredible, guano filled line that traverses the lip of an enormous roof. Definitely the most amazing belay either of us have ever sat in. The whole day out was very sociable, with Casper and Sally close by, so we finished with Razorbill Roofs just to the side. Another great line through a couple of steep roofs.