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International Mountain Day
Why do #MountainsMatter to you this International Mountain Day?
How to get into climbing
Climbing can be safe, suitable for lots of levels of fitness and ability and – the best bit - seriously addictive and tremendous fun. GetOutside Champion Sian Lewis, explains how you could get started.
Top 5 locations for British Climbing
Climbing enthusiasts and GetOutside Champions, TwoTravlrs, bring us 5 of the their favourite indoor and outdoor climbing locations across the country.
Jack’s Rake Scramble
Jack’s Rake is a brilliant grade 1 scramble in the stunning Langdale area of the Lake District, with potential for something more for those looking for a bit of a bigger thrill or an extended adventure.
Journey along Pinnacle Ridge
Jessie & Rory escape to the mountains on an exhilarating journey up to Pinnacle Ridge in the Lake District.
Ice climbing at Kinder Downfall
They say only in a blue moon does Kinder Downfall freeze enough to turn from what is normally a picturesque waterfall into the Peak District's premier ice climbing venue.
Tackle the rocks in the Peak District
Start your climbing experience in one of the most picturesque national parks in Britain – The Peak District.
See amazing aerial views of Ben Nevis
Mark Spence has used a drone along with his mountain skills to create amazing aerial views of Ben Nevis and other Munroes
Reaching new heights: Ben Nevis is now officially 1345m tall
OS re-measured Ben Nevis in 2016, and found it to be 1345m tall - one metre more than the last measurement in 1949. Find out more about the tallest mountain in Britain and how to climb it
Meet the #GetOutside champions!
Meet the 15 #GetOutside champions!
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