Daily Archives: May 7, 2014

The National Parks Service (NPS) which governs Yosemite has banned the use of drones as a result of the recent increase of their use for photography. In a statement, the NPS notes that there has […]

On May 3rd and 4th the second round of the IFSC Bouldering World Cup was held in Baku, Azerbaijan. Baku has hosted its second world cup which had 150 athletes from 22 countries. The International […]

The documentary features emotional and real time footage, capturing the mobilization efforts of Sherpas and rescuers as they rushed to search for survivors. Through eyewitness accounts, viewers will hear from those who experienced this […]

Angie Scarth-Johnson became the youngest person to climb 5.13d when she sent Swingline in Red River Gorge in Nov. 2013. Watch this inspiring young crusher climbing in Margalef and hear her story of falling […]

Eastern Nepal’s Ama Dablam, 6,856 m, has had over 1,900 ascents and over 20 people have passed away since the first ascent in 1961. On April 29/30 two Russian climbers died from High Altitude Pulmonary […]

A short chronicle of a month long expedition to the Khumbu region of Nepal, around Everest. Run by Jagged Globe, it involved trekking and climbing attempts on three peaks around 6,000m, Pokalde, Island Peak […]

Labuche East is a 6,145-metre Nepalese peak close to the Khumbu Glacier. It was first climbed in 1984 by Laurence Nielson and Sherpa Ang Gyalzen The Odessa Alpine Club climbed a new route on Lobuche […]