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An Anatomically Correct Nut Tool for Climbers

Just last week, a new climbing tool was launched on Kickstarter, and it’s causing quite a stir in the climber community. Dick’s Nut Tool is a nature-inspired nut tool designed in […]

Using Night Vision in Extreme Sports

Note: this post comes from Jim Van over at Integrated Components, a company that sells night vision equipment to extreme athletes. If your favorite outdoor sport is not challenging enough, […]

Help Rebuild This New Paltz Climbing Coop

Source: New Paltz Times Donate Here When a fire in the early morning hours of Saturday, February 7 destroyed the building at 91 North Chestnut Street in New Paltz, it […]

One World Endeavors And The First January Ascent Of Denali

In early 2014, Lonnie Dupre became the first person to summit Denali in January, an achievement that made headlines all over the world. During the solo ascent, Dupre encountered 100+ […]

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Will Gadd Completes Historic First Ice Climb up Niagara Falls

Niagara Falls is the most famous waterfall in the entire world. The falls, which straddle the border of Canada and the United States, welcome 20 million visitors a year and […]

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Alex Honnold: The Best Of 2014

Every year is an epic one for Alex Honnold, but 2014 was especially stunning. This is a great video of some of Honnold’s most impressive climbs of the past year. We […]

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Tommy Caldwell Crushes Dawn Wall’s 5.14c – Pitch 15

What Tommy Caldwell and Kevin Jorgeson were able to accomplish this year is phenomenal – the first free climb ascent of El Capitan’s Dawn Wall in Yosemite. To lend some […]

Stolby Siberia Free Solo Climbing

Siberian Free Soloing

The first American climbers to ever take to the epic landscape of Solby, Siberia, Brittany Griffith and Jonathan Thesenga, take you on a journey up some of the most exclusive […]

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Unearthed: Alex Honnold

Filmed by The North Face, this awesome video covers an incredible climbing trip taken to the Green River area in Utah by Alex Honnold (arguably the world’s greatest climber) and […]

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In Chicago, 25,000 Square Foot Hybrid Indoor Climbing Opens Its Doors

Can I just say that Brooklyn Boulders new website is AWESOME? Part gallery, part workspace, part “Holy s*** that’s a huge climbing wall!”—the new 25,000 square foot Brooklyn Boulders in […]