"I went for the wrong move that I knew I couldn't land anyways. That's when the rope flew behind my leg mid fall and flipped me upside down."
Went too hard on your Saturday redpoint burn? Feeling too sore for another attempt on Sunday? Turn the second-day-on blues into pain-free sending prowess with a few minutes of yoga.
A small but stoked and growing community makes the most of what they have.
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Accomplished alpinist, rival of Lynn Hill and the first person to onsight solo the Eiger North Face, opens up about her career and nearly dying in the Antarctica.
Maine's multi-pitch The Wind in the Willows promises big adventure, some commitment, and a lot of fun.
How the superlative sandstone of Denny Cove, Tennessee, brought killer sport climbing—and a benchmark access victory—to the Southeast
What’s a mentor? The author’s quest for self examination puts a disciple in harm’s way, not that it's his fault, it's the way he was brought up.
America's most influential climber and boulderer, Chris now has a family, owns gyms in Spain and US, and says he's "just trying to get by."
Understand danger to stay out of out of harm’s way
He was going to go climbing, but disaster got in the way.
Being able to hold and control crimps is one of the most useful skills you can have in your climbing arsenal.
Every Climber Should Get Representation, But the Climbing Community Isn’t Entirely Onboard—Lor Sabourin Works to Change That
Many “firsts” have always been worth something, though, and many still are, particularly cases like Sabourin’s. That’s because there are two types of firsts that matter.
From Not Eating Creatures to a Situational Opinion on Lowering Off Rappel Rings, Gear Guru Has the Word
Going vegetarian isn't just animal friendly, it can help your health and the Earth, and giving up meat isn't difficult nor does it impose any hardships.
What Does It Take To Impress Alex Honnold? Blitz Up El Cap, Half Dome and Mt. Watkins. That’s 71 pitches, 7,000 feet of Climbing, in a Single Day.
Oh, plus miles of approach and descent for Jordan Cannon and Scott Bennett, who also biked between the walls.
"Looking at my career with the perspective of age, I’ve learned that it’s important to maintain your freedom and to follow the things that excite you—not what others expect you to do."
You may think that as you age you get weaker, climb at a lower level. But older means wiser. You can leverage that.
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Gear up your favorite climbing partner, your dad, and save.
Learning to how to get back on the sharp end.
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