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19th July 2017 Tom Livingstone | Ode To Pembroke

Words by Tom Livingstone Tom has a penchant for trad, winter and alpine climbing. He’s psyched for big and inspiring mountain routes around the world, and devotes himself entirely to this... Read more

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11th July 2017 #MEclimbing Photography Series: Natalie Berry

Each month through to September, we will be asking one of our Pro-Team judges from this year’s #MEclimbing competition to share a photo that signifies a significant moment to them... Read more

Mountain Equipment & Plas y Brenin Partnership
7th July 2017 Mountain Equipment & Plas y Brenin Continue Partnership

Having worked in close partnership with Plas y Brenin, the national mountain centre since 2004, Mountain Equipment is delighted to confirm it will remain their lead sponsor for the foreseeable... Read more

  • Video: For The Love

    Latest edit from Pro Team member Tom Livingstone, his film shows a collection of footage taken during his adventures in 2016. For The Love from Tom Livingstone on Vimeo. “Why... Read more

  • The Long Haul

    Ben Saunders In January 1912, the leader of the British Terra Nova expedition, Captain Robert Falcon Scott and his team reached the South Pole to find the Norwegians had got... Read more

  • Tom Livingstone & Uisdean Hawthorn make 3rd ascent of House/Anderson

    Tom Livingstone and Uisdean Hawthorn, have made the third ascent of the House/Anderson route on the north face of Mt. Alberta (3619 m) spending two days on the mountain. Arriving in... Read more

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