Climbing was once the closest humans could get to flying. Even before Alex Honnold’s astonishing free solo ascent of El Capitan, it was enjoying a phenomenal surge in popularity. Here on the south-west coast, we’re surrounded by some of the finest climbing grounds in the UK. From Portland to Pakistan, we’re proud to say our meals have fuelled world-first climbs in Guyana, Greenland, Patagonia, and even in Antarctica - on an expedition to the world’s most remote mountain range. Read on for more.
Federica Mingolla: Climbing the Dolomites and beyond
Catching up with one of Italy’s leading climbers