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.
1 year 16 weeks 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.
1 year 38 weeks 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 43 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.
2 years 3 weeks ago
Court of Grades: Mission Impossible
In the end, it's really only Media's opinion that matters.
2 years 5 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.'
2 years 30 weeks ago
Monkey See, Monkey Do
Would you attempt to mimic the sword swallower?
2 years 41 weeks ago
Branding the Herd
What do these sports have in common with climbing?
2 years 45 weeks ago
Changing the Game
An in-depth look at the ascents of 2011.
2 years 47 weeks ago
Cerro Torre: Compressor Route Free Climbed (Twice) and Bolts Chopped
Hayden Kennedy and Jason Kruk have (mostly) free climbed the Southeast Ridge of Cerro Torre in Patagonia roughly following the historic Compressor Route.
3 years 1 week ago
Going Big in 2012!
Two year-old climber tops out on Dreamtime (V15) and other news we expect to report in 2012.
3 years 4 weeks ago
A Slippery Slope: the future of Horse Pens 40
Our deep south correspondents fill us in on the Slope 'n Slide 2011 fundraiser and the future of climbing at HP40.
3 years 18 weeks ago