New York Man Sues City after Being Attacked by Menacing Boulder
“I never thought it could happen to me,” is something that Jonathan Stock might say.
2 weeks 6 days ago
Ice Tools on Rock Routes? Mixed Climbing Stirs the Pot at the Cody Ice Festival
This past weekend, at the Cody Ice Climbing Festival, nearly fifty neophyte ice climbers dug their razor sharp crampons and axes into a roadside sport climbing area.
8 weeks 2 days ago
Honnold’s Solo: You Won’t Believe this Article
One of my favorite recurring themes is the accusation that the media is glorifying risk-takers.
12 weeks 4 days ago
2013: Ed’s Choice Awards
The Ed’s Choice Award is one of the most prestigious awards a climber can be presented with
17 weeks 5 days ago
Destination: Grayson Highlands
Grayson Highlands State Park is an outstanding high elevation bouldering area in the western Virginia panhandle.
21 weeks 3 days ago
Joe Kinder: Chopping Trees, Lessons Learned, and the Value of Wilderness
The internet has grabbed its torches and pitchforks to march in protest of the biggest tree-cutting debacle since George Washington cut down a Cherry tree to establish a sit-start lowball.
25 weeks 4 days ago
Another Successful Year At The Idaho Mountain Festival
At the end of September, the 2nd annual Idaho Mountain Festival—powered by Asana—took place at Castle Rocks State Park; located right next to its notoriously famous big sister, City of Rocks National Reserve.
28 weeks 2 days ago
Bolts: Check Your Safety!
Recently, there have been some stories popping up in the news regarding fixed protection bolts, specifically the 'bad apples,' the ones that are unsafe for climbing.
49 weeks 5 days ago
Climbing Finally Safe for Everyone
The recently founded Safe Climber's Alliance has launched a campaign to make climbing at our cliffs safer than ever before.
1 year 2 weeks ago
Navigating the Fiscal Cliff
Fiscallisima Direct ascends the Southeast face of the never-before-climbed Fiscal Cliff of Mt. Urgency, the highest mountain in the Skarakorum Range.
1 year 15 weeks ago
Court of Grades: Mission Impossible
In the end, it's really only Media's opinion that matters.
1 year 17 weeks ago
Bouldering: There and Back
The boulder problem this legend of French climbing had done was called Fou Rire aller/retour. The aller/retour part roughly translates to 'there and back.'
1 year 42 weeks ago