Atmosphere - it's that thing you can't quite put your finger on, but it can make or break a space.
FIRST TIME? COMPLETE FORMS BEFORE YOU VISIT
A useful skip through lots of the things you should be thinking about if you're starting to climb outside. With guide and coach Trev Massiah
TCA climber Roxy Barry writes about the Queer Climbing meet up in Glasgow, that aims to make all climbers feel welcome.
We spoke to parents at TCA to find out how they’ve faced and conquered the challenge of climbing with kids. From encouraging them to making time for yourself. Here's how to make it work.
TCA climber, Dr Ry McHenry's had an incredible 2020. In between heavy shifts in ICU he managed one of his best climbing years to date
Climbing on auto belay is a safe sport, if it is done correctly. But lose focus and any one of us could forget to clip. We speak to Sam about her accident and what we need to do as climbers to stay safe.
Pete Burrows from The University of Bristol looks at the science behind the benefits of exercise and climbing.
Hazel shares her thoughts on why climbing is so good for your mental health and what can you do to stay positive in lockdown.
Paraclimber James talks about getting back into climbing at TCA and we share his brilliant new video.
TCA routesetter and BD Local Hero Jonny Kydd gives us a glimpse of life on the road as he tentatively restarts his climbing tour.
As the brand new Dumby guide hits the shelves, co-author and TCA staff member John Hutchinson shares his personal connection to the Clyde's iconic climbing venue.
It is a good time to explore local crags. Roz and Jonny have compiled essential advice for getting restarted.
TCA route-setter and photographer Joseph Schenk shares advice on how to become a better climbing photographer.
Emma Marple shares her joy of climbing and travel, and offers advice on how the wild at heart can keep spirits high during lock-down