London Fields is one of those Trendy places where long haired guys with transfer style tattoos, sit outside coffee shops drinking espresso and reading the last chapter of a dog eared copy of the Marksist Manifesto or Nietzsche – that you know they have not actually read – and now this is now the location … More Finally Climbing Is Back!
We like coffee as you may have gathered if you’ve read more than half a dozen posts on here! And we like to tell you of our experiences, so you know where to go and where not to, should you find yourself there, so with that in mind, read on…
Since the beginning of the Year and with all the closures and stuff we have not been Climbing, so with the restrictions lifted and the walls of London finally opening again we were eager to get back and see how it has changed and what it is going to be like climbing post Lockdown.
The Regent’s Canal in London is 200 years old this week. But the canal isn’t just a waterway for Narrowboats, but for so much more.
Do you love the gym, are you one of those people that gets up at 5am and goes for a morning workout, runs on a treadmill watching the news for an hour, or burns a 1,000 calories before breakfast? Ash: No? Me either. Bob: Yeah, Woo! Feel the burn! Well whichever you are, we did … More Gym Bunnies dream
And not a drop to drink, seriously what is going on in this city? We have done another round of the independent coffee shops and found them lacking, so very lacking in flavour and content. Well that is most of them. Here are a few more coffee shops we have found and the coffee we … More Coffee, coffee everywhere…
A new Climbing wall in London isn’t unheard of, Hell we went to one just a few weeks back, but one hyped for so long, featured on Climbing Daily a year before it was even opened and talked about by so many seemed a necessity for Climbing Moss to visit. But when Yonder opened their … More Over Yonder
We haven’t been climbing that much recently due to Bob’s knee being F*@&%d and no one willing to treat it. So that means we may be a bit out of shape and we haven’t been able to review the new walls that have popped up around the capital, But even with injuries the lure of … More Climbing in the west
It’s been a busy time of late for the world’s Professional Climbers. All and sundry were at the World Championships in Innsbruck, Austria, from the 10th-16th of September and last weekend saw the return of one of the great events in the Rock Climbing Calendar. The Adidas Rock Stars competition, in Stuttgart. So what is it … More Climber’s Climb
It’s been a while since we’ve had a new Climbing Wall in London to review and so when we realised that The Arch, Biscuit Factory and Building One have merged and re-opened as one new, shiny and bigger centre. Now known as Building One + we had to check it out.