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Re-Gram: 10 Climbing Photographers to Watch

Add these 10 photographers to your feed for a constant source of climbing stoke.

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Drew Smith Re Gram

Caro North from Switzerland fought her way up Big Guy (5.11) on her first trip to Indian Creek, using every non-offwidth technique in the book.
—Drew Smith (@drewsplan

John Evans Re Gram

Daniel Woods bears down deep in the heart of the El Chonta Cave, Mexico.
—John Evans (@johnevansphoto)

Tara Kerzhner Re Gram

Nick Greenwell sticks the dynamic beta on a bouldery 5.12c in southern Spain.
—Tara Kerzhner (@tarakerzhner)

Jeff Rueppel Re Gram

That decisive moment for the climber, it brings power. The natural environment that surrounds them, it brings peace. Ben Rueck sending on Judas Goat (5.14a), Redstein Crag.
—Jeff Rueppel (@jeffrueppel)

Kamil Sustiak Re Gram

Macciza Macpherson, the wizard of trad, and Zac Vertrees give it their all to unlock a magnificent multi-pitch line at the Carne Walls in the Blue Mountains, Australia.
—Kamil Sustiak (@kamil_sustiak)

Michael Lim Re Gram

Lynn Hill is a true living legend. As the first person to ever bag a free ascent of the Nose on El Capitan in Yosemite, she was incredible to photograph.
—Michael Lim (@murkytimes)

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My friend Matt Lloyd makes the final moves on Double Stout (5.13) in Clear Creek Canyon. No matter how many places I visit and photograph, Clear Creek always feels like home.
—Joshua Edric Perez (@joshuaedric)

Irene Yee Re Gram

Sometimes you get a crazy idea like taping your camera to your fixed line. And sometimes, crazy becomes awesome.
—Irene Yee (@ladylockoff)

Jason Gebauer Re Gram

Caysha Fleischmann gets humbled on Solitaire (5.7) during her first trip to The Needles of South Dakota.
—Jason ebauer (@jasongebauerphotography)

John Wesely Re Gram

You can’t help but feel like a king on this Rocklands Classic. Nat Gustafson rides a killer rail on Vanity (7A+/V7).
—John Wesely (@lightningsnaps)

Film: How Matt Cornell Free Soloed One of America’s Classic Hard Mixed Routes

"The Nutcracker" explores the mental challenges of solo climbing and the tactics Cornell used to help him send the route.