The north side of Latok I has finally been climbed—an incredible achievement—but not by the full North Ridge as many news reports have claimed.
How scary is it jumping off the top? Jimmy Webb: "It’s not scary, so much as it just hurts."
Veteran competitors and new faces gathered to compete on the 55-foot wall above the Utah Olympic Park pool. Check out our summary and 14 photos from the comp.
This summer Ondra single-handedly tripled Canada’s tally of 5.15s. We spoke to him about the trip and his upcoming World Cup plans.
Steve Grossman looks back on the times he shared with Charles Cole, and the routes they authored together in Yosemite.
Janja Garnbret extends her winning streak, Jakob Schubert claims his second lead victory, and Claire Buhrfeind climbs the ranks.
Alex Megos achieves his first World Cup victory, while Janja Garnbret continues a strong season and Ashima Shiraishi tries for a podium.
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.
Interviews: Matty Hong, the fourth American to climb 5.15b and a photographer and filmmaker, and Heather Weidner talks the art of redpointing.
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.”
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