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Mountain Pro January 2016
Click the cover on the left to launch the latest issue of Mountain Pro. It’s completely iPad, iPhone, Android and tablet-friendly. This issue includes:

  • Nick Bullock
  • Tom Ballard
  • A history of mountaineering gear
  • Interview: Chris Sharma
  • Everest 1924
  • Tested: Packs, Insulation, Hardware

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A Night with Ueli Steck

Ueli returns to London to share his Magic Moments of 2015. Ueli Steck has witnessed some magic moments this year, including his astounding 82-peak summit project in the Alps this summer. Using only human power, he conquered this incredible challenge by climbing, biking and paragliding between each mountain peak, tackling an incredible 100,000m ascent in just 62 days. Ueli said that other than climbing, his favourite mode of transportation was road cycling, “It was so much! Especially going through some iconic roads on the Tour de France.” On January 22nd at the London Geographical Society, Mountain Hardwear and Snow+Rock are hosting a night with Ueli Steck, where he will be sharing his latest line of feats, including his reclaimed Eiger record, in only 2 hours, 22 minutes. To help prepare him for his adventure, the Mountain Hardwear product team worked with Ueli for 18 months to create a kit to take him the distance. Meticulously designed, the kit includes baselayers, insulation, shells, and a backpack. This kit will be available to consumers in Spring 2016 exclusively from Snow+Rock stores in London Covent Garden and Leeds. Tickets are on sale now for Ueli’s lecture through www.worldexpeditions.co.uk. World Expeditions will be present with its brand new 2016 ‘Classics’ brochure, which features a compilation of its most extraordinary adventures around the globe, including a series of mountaineering... read more

The Citadel starring Matt Helliker is now on show!

The Citadel – an epic new mountain film from multi-award winning film producer Alastair Lee starring Osprey athlete Matt Helliker and his climbing partner Jon Bracey is now on show at film festivals across the globe. As the world’s first mountaineering documentary shot entirely in 4k, this film offers a stunning insight into the world of alpine climbing. Featuring Matt Helliker and Jon Bracey as they make the first ascent of the extraordinary 1200m long north-west ridge of the Citadel. Named ‘The Mountain God’, the Citadel is a spectacular 3000m peak in one of the remaining untouched and unexplored corners of the Great Alaskan Range: The Neacola Mountains. The team embarked upon this project with the objective to push the boundaries and capture hard alpine climbing like never before. Employing the latest cineflex technology combined with an innovative vision the final results are truly incredible; the next dimension in mountain film. ‘The Citadel’ is set to be a stunning visual piece the like of which has not been seen to date. The film begins in Matt and Jon’s hometown of Chamonix, France where we see the ins and outs of their deeply contrasting personal lives. The stage is also set here for why two accomplished mountaineers must still seek out new lines in unchartered territory where the odds are stacked heavily against them. We take a front seat ride and are with Matt and Jon every step of the way through all the hardships and struggles, hopes and disappointments that will have you on the edge of your seat! Both Matt Helliker and Jon Bracey use their Osprey Mutant... read more
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David Lintern

David Lintern


A member of the Outdoor Writers and Photographers Guild and an Edinburgh Mountain Film Festival Photography Award winner, David is an expert outdoor photographer and writer who is passionate about all things outdoors. His passion and experience brings Mountain Pro to life.

Lucy Wallace

Lucy Wallace

Gear Editor

Gear editor, Lucy Wallace, is based on the Isle of Arran. Lucy is an experienced winter mountain leader and member of the Mountain Leader Training Association. A dedicated outdoor blogger and owner of arranwildwalks.co.uk, Lucy has the expertise and location to test outdoor kit to its limits.

Tom Hutton

Tom Hutton

Gear Editor

Tom is an experienced outdoor editor with some of the UK’s biggest outdoor titles. He’s equally at home walking, climbing, skiing, or cycling, and his passion for the outdoors is matched only by his love of nature in general. Tom is the current chairman of BMC Wales/Cymru, sits on the National Council for the BMC and is a member of the Outdoor Writers Guild.

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