DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS
Yeah, yeah, we know: Sometimes we get it wrong. In the headlong rush to get Climbing out the door, we sometimes make mistakes. We hate it when this happens — and we apologize. If you catch an error in Climbing, please let us know at firstname.lastname@example.org, and we’ll either post it here, run it in Letters each issue, or both.
Photo: Castle Valley, UT, by Bruce Willey.
|271 – CORRECTIONS
The No. 271 Tech Tip contained an erroneous illustration for the BelaySchool pointer. Climbingapologizes for the error.
264 – CORRECTIONS
The photo credit on p.40, No. 264 should read Devon Balet; Climbingapologizes for the error.
262 – CORRECTIONS
The introductory copy for the feature “Blank Check,” No. 262, contained an inaccuracy: the 1938 first-ascent party of Eigernordwand was half-German (Heckmair and Vorg) and half-Austrian (Harrer and Kasparek), not all-Austrian, as listed. The caption on p. 62, Gallery No. 262, contained two inaccuracies: Rob Pizemactually climbed the FFA of Three Musketeers at 5.13b, not its FA at5.13a, as noted.
261 – CORRECTIONS
Just Out, No. 261 contained a misprint: the C.A.M.P Nano 23′s weight as converted from 23g to ounces should read 0.8oz, not 8oz.
260 – CORRECTIONS
The feature article on Michael Reardon, “We Only Get One Shot on This Dustball,” No. 260, contained an inaccuracy: Romantic Warrior and Sea of Tranquility are on Warlock Needle, not Sorcerer Needle
Just Out listed a new rock shoe, the FM Tech Dragon. The company has since changed the name to the Lizard.