Daily Archives: January 6, 2014

Two Americans have died on Aconcagua, 6,962 m, South America’s highest peak. Jarod Von Rueden, 22, and Francis Keenan, 28, set out for Aconcogua on December 20. Josep Foncen, 19, was with them, but refused […]

On December 11, Robert Jasper and Wolfram Liebich have made the first ascent of The Black Death, WI7/M8, E5, 250 m, on Gallihorns, in Kandersteg, Switzerland. Earlier in the year he climbed Ritter der […]

January 5, 2013, Central Saanich, BC – The Boulders Climbing Gym had close to 50 climbers, coaches, volunteers and support staff which took part in the Boulders second annual Competition Climbing Clinic. The Clinic […]

Guadalacazar, first ascents by Urs Moosmuller Guadalacazar is a farming town an hour north of San Louis Potosi in central Mexico. The limestone caves have become Urs Moosmuller’s obsession and he has established a […]

Saalachtal is a popular bouldering area near Innusbruck. Andreas Einwaller climbed a new V11, Jägermeister, at Saalachtal which has hundreds of bouldering problems. Saalachtal – Bouldern [naturalvibes.at] from Andreas Einwaller on Vimeo.

Todo O Nada on Cerro El Mocho Patagonia has had a cold, windy start to the 2014 season. Jason Kruk made the most of a blustery New Year’s day by climbing Tolo O Nada, […]

Elite competition climber Patxi Usobiaga has climbed his first 5.14b since suffering injuries in a car accident a number of years ago. After the accident he retired from competition climbing and focused on other […]