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Stanhope and Leclerc talk Soloing

Two of Canada’s West Coast’s climbers talk about soloing and climbing in Squamish. British Columbia’s online media source The Province has published an interview with Will Stanhope and Marc-Andre Leclerc about soloing. In the article, Francis St-Pierre, 52,
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Vid: Climbing in the Cascades with Alex Tsway

This is a video of Alex climbing classic moderate boulder in the foothills of the cascades and talking about climbing in the northwest.  
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Korra Pesce

Corrado “Korra” Pesce is one of the best climbers you haven’t heard of. The Chamonix-based Italian has been pushing the standards of alpine climbing for years. Read about Jeff Mercier’s and Corrado Pesce’s all-free ascent of Chris Bonington’s
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New Route at Back of the Lake

Craig McGee has established a fun looking 40-metre 5.11 at Back of the Lake in Alberta. McGee established Back in the Saddle 5.11b at the Outhouse Area. The route is between Public Enemy and Pub Night. McGee said that because of the length of the route he has installed a number
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Chamonix Dispatches, July 4 – Neige, Glace et Mixte

Chamonix is nestled into the valley between the Aiguille Rouges and Aiguille du Midi. It is widely regarded as the birthplace of alpinism and is at the cutting-edge of modern mountain sports. Gripped editor Brandon Pullan is in Chamonix for a month, at first for the Arc’teryx
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Climbing the Classics: The Face

Mammut brings us episode four of the series Reclimbing the Classics. Barbara Bacher climbs Jerry Moffat’s 1983 route The Face 8a+ (5.13+) in Southern Frankenjura. Related Episodes one and two Episode three                  
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Video: Hazel in Yosemite

Footage from El Cap, Yosemite with Hazel Findlay, James Mchaffie, Neil Dyer and James Lucas. For more from Findlay, visit her site here. Related Findlay first woman to climb E9 Findlay first British woman to climb 5.14b Findlay on hard-core slate route
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Video: Oldie but a goody, some New Zealand Bouldering with Sharma

From Mike Call’s Big Game, Chris Sharma and Nate Gold climb two classy routes down under.
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Flick: World Cup 2014 Best of the Best

Promoting the incredible sport of bouldering and the fantastic events of the IFSC Bouldering World Cup Series. For results from the first World Cup see here. For results from the second World Cup see here. For results from the third World Cup see here. For results from the fourth
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Squamish Dihedral Re-cleaned

Marc-Andre Leclerc and Brette Harrington have spent some time cleaning the splitter Squamish route Deadend Dihedral. Deadend Dihedral was first climbed in 1969 by John Rance and Frank Baumann using aid. In 2007, Craig McGee and Evan Stevens cleaned the route, added anchors,
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