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Tom Ballard: Cerro Torre IV

Failure (on the) Face Following on from his recent expedition to (try and) climb Cerro Torre in Patagonia, Tom reflects on the nature of success, the lessons of failure, and...Read more

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Intelligent Pack Design: Halogen Backpack

Introducing the Montane Halogen Backpack - a brand NEW range of lightweight, rugged, technical mountain packs that showcase our expertise in intuitive and innovative design. Built around our NEW ZephyrFX...Read more

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Tom Ballard: Cerro Torre III

7:30am and I'm swinging my axe gingerly into a neve eyebrow. My back is against bare rock and my feet are pressed onto the opposite wall, where the snow and...Read more

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Tom Ballard: Cerro Torre II

That's been our problem, the wind. Patience... Waiting for 'weather windows' down in the 'mini Cham' of El Chalten is too good a thing really....Read more

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TOM BALLARD: Cerro Torre I

The goal is to climb a new route on Cerro Torre. I am already here in wonderful (and windy) Patagonia, sussing out the approach and getting to know this incredible...Read more

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Montane Yukon Arctic Ultra: 100 mile Race Review

International Mountain Leader Michelle Smith was the only female finisher of the 100 mile route of the Montane Yukon Arctic Ultra. This is her story: On 29th January I found...Read more

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Paloncý wins the 2018 Montane Spine Race

Pavel Paloncý has won the 2018 Montane Spine Race, a record third win of Britain's most brutal race. The Czech Republic ultra-runner arrived at the Border Hotel, Kirk Yetholm, the...Read more

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Keith retires, Paloncý takes the lead

Eoin Keith retires from Britain's most brutal race, leaving Pavel Paloncý in the lead; Carol Morgan retains her 30km lead in the women's race; extreme weather temporarily halts the race...Read more

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