"A hodgepodge of slightly newer hardware dots the cliff, a marker of all the old bolts that have ripped and needed replacement over the years.”
Honnold is famous for (among other things) cramming as much climbing as he can into each day. To do so, he's developed some efficiency tricks that the rest of us can imitate.
How do you belay “correctly” on a big free route? Well, it's complicated, but this whipper provides several solid tips.
Climbing head injuries can happen anywhere: from the Salathé on El Cap to your favorite little sport crag. Here are five climbers' nightmare scenarios.
Nothing beats the feeling of piecing together a redpoint ascent. Here's a basic strategy for effectively working—and sending—your dream rig!
This Weekend Whipper does almost everything right. Almost.
A photographer's journey reveals unimaginable climbing wealth and beauty, and barely scratches the surface of possibilities.
What do you get when you give two inept teenagers two huge boxes of Snickers bars, drench them in protestant work ethic, and plop them down in a sport climbing crucible like Rifle, Colorado? (Hint: it’s a less successful formula than it sounds.)
Climbing your best and most efficiently isn't just about using your hands and feet.