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Mountain Pro October 2015

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:

  • Andy Kirkpatrick has the fear
  • Skiing for Mountaineers
  • Women’s Climbing in 2015
  • Interview: Mina Leslie-Wujastyk
  • Lucy Creamer
  • Tested: Mountain Hardshells, Safety, Lighting

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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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