It’s been kinda a slow week. At least in the U.S., climbers must have had too much turkey… Patxi Usobiaga climbs two 9a routes in a day (via joost.climbing.nl) French team climbs new route in Nepal on previously unclimbed subpeak of Ganesh V
Brian Solano’s new film, Spray, will be released on February 1, 2008. Starring Joe Kinder and Chris Linder, Spray is the fourth climbing film from BS Productions. From the Spray synopsis, Filmmaker Brian Solano followed Joe Kinder and Chris Lindner on their most recent journey documenting every moment in crystal clear High Definition video. The […]
After my trip to Boone earlier this year, I’ve been itching to get back down there this Fall. Here’s an video posted on rockclimbing.com that shows a sampling of bouldering in North Carolina.
Andy Earl has repeated High Fidelity (V13) at Caley in West Yorkshire reports UKclimbing.com.
I’m a day late, but here’s a Thanksgiving Day edition of All Climbing’s quick sends: The Adventure Blog discusses the ultrarunner’s diet. Possible climber applications? Gripped reports the probable first Canadian woman to climb 5.13 trad as Jasmin Caton redpointed the classic 5.13a crack line, Fallen Arches near Salt Lake City, Utah The Hardrock Mining […]
Taking place in New York’s Adirondacks, the 12th annual Mountainfest will take place this winter January 11-13, 2008. A full schedule of classes include beginning through advanced ice climbing, snowshoe mountaineering, and avalanche fundamentals.
Last weekend I managed to take some decent shots of an unnamed (I think) sloper problem at Bozoo, WV. The problem is roughly V2/V3 and is located in front of the warm up boulders at Bozoo (on the left side as one heads up to the Iceberg and the cliff line).
Not a new video, but sweet nonetheless. Leo Houlding slacklines across the Lost Arrow Spire in Yosemite in July 2006.
Teva Mountain Games will host the first IFSC Bouldering World Cup in 20 years next June New MomentumVM site launched Dani Andrada climbs possible 9b (5.15b) in Spain
Routesetter.com teaches how to stop climbers from using the bolt hole as a mono in the gym. At first I thought this was humorous, then I remembered how many times I’ve seen climbers try using them as pockets (especially those with tiny fingers). 1. Take a two-foot (or so) long piece of standard issue setting […]
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