As the Lead season progresses, Ashima Shiraishi is at the head of the pack for the U.S. competitors and climbing the ranks.
Read Matt Samet's Editor's Note and see what's inside the August/September 2018 issue of Climbing Magazine.
Not only was the Villars World Cup the first of the 2018 lead season, but it was also a microcosm of simmering Olympics drama.
Since the area is off the radar, Yellow Wolf has gone unreported since September, but Magro says, “There are so many routes down there that should be celebrated.”
Host Kevin Riley interviews the Access Fund's Brady Robinson during a day out climbing, and sits down with Climbing editor Matt Samet to discuss big wall speed climbing.
The new North American tour stop will serve as the 2018/2019 World Cup Ice Climbing Finals.
In his own words, David Allfrey recounts the day he climbed El Capitan's Zodiac route solo in a record-breaking 10 hours and 52 minutes.
This marks the first female ascent of the 9,000-foot route, and the second time an all-female team has climbed an Alaska Grade VI.
U.S. climbers Alex Puccio and Sean Bailey had impressive performances against a stacked field of strong Japanese competitors.
A full examination of the Nose speed record, with perspective from previous record holders and an analysis of the risks involved.
Jordan Cannon was climbing below Jason Wells and Tim Klein when the accident occurred.
Jason Wells and Tim Klein were simul-climbing through Pitch 9 or 10 when the incident occurred.
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