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Watch the Life of a Bolt

This is a fun video showing how a bolt is made here in Austin, TX and its journey into the god given limestone of Mexico. The Life of a Bolt from ClimbTech on Vimeo.
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Young Jonathan Horst Sends 5.14s

Jonathan Horst is a year away from becoming a teenager, but has already sent four 5.14s. Having sent his first 5.14 at only age 10, Jonathan has added three more to his impressive resume. In Germany’s Frankenjura, Horst sent six 5.13ds. After returning to America, he sent
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New Alps Mountain Running Record

In August, 2015, famed Swiss 26-year-old mountain-runner Andreas Steindl set a stunning new record in a breath-taking setting. He ran up five 4,000-metre peaks within seven hours and 45 minutes – his kind of a perfect nine-to-five day in his alpine office. He improved his
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Video: Hand Stretches and Strengthening

Jeff Mah owns the Yoga Lounge in Canmore and has recently produced a short video with some movements that will be beneficial to climbers.
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Nova Scotia Bouldering

Watch a short film by Adam Silverstein about the Nova Scotia bouldering lifestyle. Nova Scotia Bouldering from Adam Silverstein on Vimeo.
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Climbing Mouses Tooth: Splitter West Coast Alpine Route

Nic Vissers and Ryan Larkin recently made an ascent of the Mouses Tooth up North Joffre Creek near Pemberton, B.C.  The remote 11-pitch 5.11 starts with a 5.10d that has a steep crux. The following pitches become more and more splitter until a perfect hand crack that climbs a
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Climbing Fitness #2: Climber’s Elbow

This is the second installment of a new series on how to stretch and strengthen those climbing muscles. It is brought to you by Ashley Edwards and Kate Evans, co-founders of City Yogis in Toronto. Elbow pain is one of the most common and debilitating injuries that climber’s
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Munich 2015: Joy For Coxsey And Disappointment For Ondra

Almost two months after the penultimate event of the IFSC Boulder World Cup, the final round took place in Munich, Germany just last weekend. The women’s overall competition had already been won, with the 2015 title going to Akiyo Noguchi, repeating her victory from the 2014
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Watch Ethan Pringle Send New 5.13d

Ethan Pringle, who recently made the second ascent of Jumbo Love 5.15b, climbs a new 5.13d he called Coach Myles in Poudre Canyon, Colorado.
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Squamish Uprising Rocks West Coast

Squamish Uprising, an event aimed at creating solidarity and promoting slacklining, acroyoga and boulering, brought these three communities together last weekend. By Drew Copeland Slacklining, acroyoga and bouldering are still relatively young, finding their way as forms of
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