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Over Labor Day weekend, a group of climbers sparked debate by hanging 12-by-18-foot Pride and BLM flags, along with a canoe, at Cathedral Ledge, New Hampshire.
Due to COVID-19 restrictions and wildfires, the Yosemite Climbing Association is encouraging climbers to clean up their local crags instead of traveling to the park.
Despite numb-out temps, Odette completed the steep cave line and ticked his hardest route to date.
Using a surrogate coronavirus, researchers showed that 99% of infectious particles dissipated within one-minute of coming in contact with climbing chalk.
The 2020 IFSC World Cup season has concluded after one lead competition in Briançon, France.
Whittaker said that the biggest challenge was waiting for good conditions on the perpetually wet wall.
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Lately wildfires have been blazing across the US, spreading smoke and reducing air quality. Is it OK to climb outside when the smoke conditions are bad?
On August 9, one team opened the most accessible 5.13 on the Diamond, while another added the most new pitches of hard climbing on a single route since 2001.
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