Get fit in 2024. As you start a new year, we have climbing courses that will help you to grow in confidence and learn new skills.
Training and tips
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
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.
If you are new to climbing outdoors or thinking about starting we have gathered some useful tips to help you stay safe and confident.
Watch our talk: We discuss the pros and cons of different devices, skill-fade, why accidents happen and offer practical ideas for practising and improving your belaying safely.
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.
Watch our free Q&A Hazel Findlay. Get tips to deal with stress and create a positive mindset. Stay safe and make progress by managing your comfort, stretch or panic zone.
Rewatch our first online event with Hetty Key who shared results from her research into mental wellbeing and the outdoors and talked about the Women's Trad Festival
Hazel shares her thoughts on why climbing is so good for your mental health and what can you do to stay positive in lockdown.
Find ways to overcome fear, push past challenges and be inspired through sport to improve your mental wellbeing.
Taking time to reflect on the benefits of sport and mental health and examining climbers' negative self-talk.
It is a good time to explore local crags. Roz and Jonny have compiled essential advice for getting restarted.
Work with coaches to get an insightful assessment of your climbing abilities and recommendations on areas to develop if you want to progress up the grades.