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How did he get there?

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LFTO, 15 July 2014 15:05

This video shows to highlight the skills of rescue helicopter pilots and the bravery of their crews. This video happens to come from over the Atlantic, but the amazing piloting...

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Tryfan and Glyders Fach and Fawr - the landmarks

rating is 3.5

Anonymous, 29 September 2012 00:00

It's really shaky, the sound quality isn't great, and our Welsh pronunciation is terrible, but this video shows some of the highlights of our mission to hunt down some of...

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Scrambling on Carnedd Dafydd - the Grib Lem Spur

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Anonymous, 09 July 2012 17:13

Earlier this year Trail headed over to North Wales to tackle the dark side of Carnedd Dafydd. More specifically, Editor Simon Ingram, writer Ben Weeks and photographer Tom Bailey aimed...

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VIDEO: How lucky are these two?

rating is 3.5

LFTO Features Team, 29 January 2010 16:05

This is a reminder of how careful you have to be when climbing up steep rocky terrain. The ground can easily give way underneath you and platforms can often seem...

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Video: Cliffhanger Festival taster...

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LFTO Features Team, 18 June 2009 15:07

Whether it's bouldering, rock climbing, running, kayaking, skiing, assault courses or caving you're after, Cliffhanger 2009 is sure to give you that buzz. This huge festival takes place in Sheffield on...

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Northern Highlights Part 2: Suilven

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Anonymous, 02 May 2008 11:28

In part two of LFTO’s video dispatches from Scotland’s Northern Highlands, Simon Ingram climbs a bona fide highland icon – the 731m Suilven – in perfect conditions. It’s the most...

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Northern Highlights Part 1: Stac Pollaidh

rating is 4.5

Anonymous, 24 April 2008 16:06

Part One of LFTO’s video dispatches from Northern Scotland, Simon Ingram climbs the scrambly funnel of Stac Pollaidh – and checks out why this little peak packs such a whopping...

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Scrambling with Alan Hinkes in Coniston

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Anonymous, 08 February 2008 10:40

Take a Grade 2 Scramble on Brimfell crags with Alan Hinkes, Britain’s leading high altitude mountaineer and Trail magazine’s Claire Maxted. Enjoy the sight of the Coniston fells in glorious,...

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The Lake District's first Via Ferrata

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LFTO, 16 January 2008 09:30

Our first climb of the (pre-launch) Honister Slate Mine via ferrata, in the company of mine owner (and via ferrata installer) Mark Weir.  You can find out more about the...

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Tryfan north ridge

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R.M.F., 20 December 2007 23:36

I've always loved the outdoors and nature, but thru my late teens and 20's drifted further away from this, I got upto 16 stone and was living lazily, drinking too...

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Pavey Ark via Jack's Rake Re-edit by terrybnd

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terrybnd, 13 December 2007 15:06

Re-edit of a previous vid I made of Pavey Ark via Jack's Rake in the Lake District. I think it's more evenly paced and pro-looking. I was using average footage...

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Scrambling moves 8: hand jams

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Anonymous, 04 December 2007 10:40

Stuart Johnston MIC demonstrates the right way to create a strong anchor point using your hand and cracks in the rock. Don't forget, if you've got any videos you'd like...

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Scrambling skills: two uses of the sling

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Anonymous, 04 December 2007 10:31

Stuart Johnston MIC demonstrates two ways in which scramblers can use slings to secure themselves on harder routes, first by threading, and secondly using a block. Don't forget, if you've...

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Scrambling moves 7: dealing with mantelshelves

rating is 4.5

Anonymous, 04 December 2007 10:21

Stuart Johnston MIC demonstrates the right way to handle a feature that could prove problematic with the wrong approach. Don't forget, if you've got any videos you'd like to share...

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Scrambling moves 6: traversing

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Anonymous, 04 December 2007 10:19

LFTO.com's instructor-in-residence Stuart Johnston MIC explains the right way to traverse during a scramble, ensuring minimum arm pump and maximum safety. Don't forget, if you've got any videos you'd like to...

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Scrambling moves 5: the boot jam

rating is 3.5

Anonymous, 04 December 2007 10:17

As a scrambler your feet are your multitools. Here LFTO.com’s scrambling authority Stuart Johnston MIC gives a quick look at one particularly strong way of employing them on cracked rock. Don't...

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Scrambling moves 4: bridging

rating is 4.5

Anonymous, 04 December 2007 10:15

LFTO.com’s scrambling authority Stuart Johnston MIC describes a move that can give you space, time and energy to plan your upward progess better. Don't forget, if you've got any videos you'd...

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Scrambling moves 3: secrets of secure finger holds

rating is 5

Anonymous, 04 December 2007 10:13

Small holds don’t just require strong fingers – a little finesse goes a long way too, as Stuart Johnston MIC explains. Don't forget, if you've got any videos you'd like to...

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Scrambling moves 2: flat foot friction

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Anonymous, 04 December 2007 10:12

More friction in action as Stuart Johnston urges you to get familiar with the full grip levels available to you. Don't forget, if you've got any videos you'd like to...

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Scrambling moves 1: smearing and edging

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Anonymous, 04 December 2007 10:09

A quick practical demo of the art of putting faith in friction and using your boots to the fullest when scrambling, by LFTO.com’s scrambling authority Stuart Johnston MIC. Don't forget,...

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Scrambling skills: what is a jug hold?

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Anonymous, 04 December 2007 10:06

LFTO.com’s scrambling authority Stuart Johnston MIC introduces the most reassuring thing in scrambling – the jug hold – and completely fails to resist the obvious innuendo. Don't forget, if you've got...

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Downclimbing dos and don’ts

rating is 3.5

Anonymous, 04 December 2007 10:04

LFTO.com’s scrambling authority Stuart Johnston MIC gives his tips on the sometimes stomach-churning art of climbing down steep sections of rock. Don't forget, if you've got any videos you'd like to...

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Scrambling gear: harness and rope-buying hints

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Anonymous, 04 December 2007 09:50

Stuart Johnston gives quick tips on the kind of things to be thinking about when choosing a harness and rope for higher-graded scrambles. Don't forget, if you've got any videos...

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Scrambling gear: assembling your rack

rating is 4.5

Anonymous, 04 December 2007 09:47

Get seriously into scrambling and you’ll need to develop rope skills and assemble a rack of protection . Here LFTO.com's instructor-in-residence Stuart Johnston MIC explains the essential ingredients of a dedicated...

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Scrambling skills: by the book

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Anonymous, 04 December 2007 09:41

Stuart Johnston emphasises the role a good guidebook plays in unlocking Britain’s scrambling treasure chest safely and enjoyably. Don't forget, if you've got any videos you'd like to share with...

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