A recap of this weekend's Bouldering Nationals, with commentary and results.
The Joe's Valley grocery store and gear shop, and home of the beloved Butterfinger donut, closed for good on January 24.
A recap of this weekend's Combined Invitational, the first US event in the Olympic format, with commentary and results.
After 20 sessions, Charles Albert has made the first ascent of No Kpote Only and proposed 9a/V17 for the grade. He did not wear shoes for the ascent.
Find out where and when to watch the 2019 USA Climbing National comps here.
James Lucas interviews Will Anglin, co-owner of Tension Climbing, about everything training, and Kevin Riley and Matt Samet discuss the newest issue of Climbing Magazine
Read Matt Samet's Editor's Note and see what's inside the February/March 2019 issue of Climbing Magazine, on newsstands now.
As the government shutdown enters it's fourth week, the impact to the national parks and local businesses, like guiding, is growing, despite volunteer efforts by climbers.
Phil Powers and Mark Butler of the AAC write: Suffering in the shadows of this shutdown are tourism-based economies and small businesses that provide guiding.
In 2018, American climbers attended about a fourth of the World Cup events as the top 10 athletes, and the gap is even wider for competitive ice climbers.
The most popular climbing stories of the year, as chosen by the eyeballs of our readers.
This year we saw footage of some the hardest and most-impressive ascents of all time.
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