Over the last three decades, the Red River Gorge has emerged as one of America’s most famous sport climbing destinations, but climbers have haunted the region since the 1960s. A new book tells the oral history of climbing—and climbing access—in the Red.
Finding balance between climbing and "life" is difficult. Pro climber Michaela Kiersch learned how to do it early in her career.
Out of draws, the leader opted to hold onto the chains and untie to thread.
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The sixth-grader has previously won USA Bouldering Nationals, won a Ninja Warrior World Championship, and holds the six-year-old standing long jump world record.
"He had enough power left to pull within a move or two of the easier terrain but eventually his fingers gave out and he took the 50-foot ride."
How an immigrant from Portugal helped create America's premier sport climbing destination.
Even if he were wearing a helmet, this would've hurt.
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