World-class climber, alpinist and base-jumper Leo Houlding presents an entertaining and inspiring talk about his latest adventures.
If modern British adventure has a face, it looks a lot like Leo Houlding. Based in the Lake District, at 30 he is one of Britain's top climbers and among the best in the world. He is a veteran of a score of epic ascents and specialises in free climbing the most technical peaks and biggest walls in the world.
In December 2012 Leo will lead a team to Antarctica to make an attempt on a new route on the north east ridge of Ulvetanna, which Houlding has described as “the last great climb”.
Date: Tuesday 26 February 2013
Lecture start time: 7.30pm
Bar facilities available
Tickets available on the door:
Rucksack Club members and under 18’s: £4.00
Non-members and guests welcome: £8.50
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