Gripped Magazine

November 29, 2013

Ines Papert Climbs Likhu Chuli I

Ines Papert stood alone on top of Likhu Chuli I, Nepal, 6,719-metres, on November 13th, for its first ascent. Her partner, famed photographer Thomas Senf, had to stay at high-camp due to frost bite.     More on Ines Papert here More on Likhu Chuli at Planet Mountain
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Honnold to Solo Taipei 101

Taipei 101 is a 500+ metre tall building in Taiwan Alex Honnold is one of the world’s best and well known climbers. He has climbed some of the most difficult routes in America, solo. His list of accomplishments is long and impressive, but for most of the world it is not
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Video: Ueli Steck

If you have ever wondered what makes Ueli Steck tick then check this out!
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Boulders to Host Competition Climbing Clinic – January 3-5, 2014

Central Saanich, BC – The Boulders Climbing Gym in Central Saanich is pleased to announce that they will be holding a Competition Climbing Clinic on January 3-5, 2014, with some of the world’s top athletes and coaches in attendance. Climbers, coaches and volunteers of all
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Video: Jesse Huey on The Real Big Drip

American climber Jesse Huey sessions The Real Big Drip in the Ghost River, Alberta.
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