Current research suggests that addiction and depression are symptoms of emotional distress, not causes of it, forging the link between childhood trauma and mental illness. Margo Talbot’s journey supports these studies. Diagnosed Bi Polar […]
Ryan Vachon recently climbed Red Beard, M12, in the Rigid Designator Amphitheatre in Vail, Colorado, and protected it not by clipping the bolts, but instead by placing gear. The Rigid Designator area is one […]
“This book offers an inspiring look at the world of female climbing, capturing the heart of the sport from a perspective not fully explored before—that of the women climbers themselves. Working with Chris Noble […]
Atlanta, GA. (Nov. 19, 2013) – When John Juraschek, a sales rep in the outdoor industry and a longtime advocate for climbing access, grabbed the bull by the horns last year and organized the […]
We often hear about drones in the media, tools for spying and other crafty sneakiness. It seems that their uses have expanded to a world more familiar to climbers: maps. Here is a video […]
Greg Boswell and Nick Bullock have been on a tear since they arrived in Canada. Once again the team have made headlines, this time with the third and fourth ascents of Victoria’s Secret Deviation, […]
Here is a glimpse at a feature film about Ines Papert who has an article on Norway in our December issue, be sure to check it out.