A nonprofit group called the Sagarmatha Next Centre is collecting waste and litter from the world’s tallest peak and turning it into an art project
The transfer of Oak Flat would have resulted in the destruction of this sacred site and the largest-ever loss of climbing on America’s public lands.
The Cutting Edge Grant seeks to fund individuals planning expeditions to remote areas featuring unexplored mountain ranges, unclimbed peaks, difficult new routes, first free ascents, or similar world-class pursuits.
Four French climbers summited a new 1,000-meter line christened BASE (M8+, 7a)
The new digital and print publication is essential reading for anyone who wants a behind-the-scenes look at the outdoor industry.
The French preteen became the youngest to send the grade last year. He has now completed a trifecta, with Super Samson (8c/5.14b).
A handful of climbing board games to scratch the itch when you can’t make it to the wall or mountain.
The nonprofit Escalando Fronteras is helping at-risk youth in Mexico stay out of trouble and develop self-confidence through rock climbing.
The 8,000-meter peak has not been summited in winter in over 20 years. Now only two climbers remain to make further attempts this season.
Climbing’s parent company acquires Outside magazine, Outside TV, Gaia GPS, athleteReg, and Peloton Magazine, boosting the depth and diversity of storytelling and services in our Active Pass membership.
In late 2020, the two titles dedicated primarily to the North American climbing scene joined together.
Four stories in brief: New Everest literature, the Black Ice film, Bernadette McDonald's Winter 8000, and the return of Chicks Climbing and Skiing.
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