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Climbers Stranded on Remote Alaska Glacier

A group of Alaskan climbers have been stranded on Knik Glacier for nearly a week because of extreme weather conditions. Two men and one woman were dropped off on April 3 and expected out two days later, according to a release from the Department of Military and Veterans Affairs,
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Watch Some Rad Bouldering in Alaska

When you think of Alaksa it conjures images of white-capped peaks and big rivers, but Brian Clevenger shows us there’s another side to the 49th state. Visit AK Climber on Facebook. AK Pt. I from Brian Clevenger on Vimeo. AK Pt. III from Brian Clevenger on Vimeo.
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Watch Canadians Climb Baffin’s Beluga Spire

Paul McSorely, Tony Richardson, Joshua Lavigne and Crosby Johnston travel to the remote Baffin Island with the goal of a first ascent of the North Face of the Beluga Spire. Prior to even leaving for the expedition their local Clyde River guide, Levi suggested they not even make
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Arc’teryx’s 2015 Harnesses Are Made For Real Climbers

Arc’teryx has five new harnesses for 2015, each made specifically for the needs of every climber. If you’ve ever used an Arc’teryx harness then you know what we’re talking about. Harnesses are what put Arc’teryx on the map some 20 years ago and they
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Ramon Julian Puigblanque is a Climbing Machine

Spain has been the scene of dozens of breakthrough ascents this spring and Ramon just added a few more climbs to the list. Four years ago, Ramon was the third climber in the world to onsight 5.14c. Now, he is recovering from a week on the road where he sent, sent and sent some
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Alex Megos Establishes Australia’s Second 5.14d

Alex Megos’ road trip though Australia continued this week with a first ascent of only the second 5.14d in the country. Megos made the fist ascent of Australia’s first 5.14d in 2013 with he climbed Retired Extremely Dangerous in the Blue Mountains. Today, April 9,
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Video: Mont Tremblant Boulder Goes Down

Francis De Salvio has released a video about climbing a burly problem at Mont Tremblant, Quebec. This short film has a fitting soundtrack for its nicely edited footage. This steep route will get you psyched to head to your local stone and climb right now.
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Mike Doyle Continues to Send in Smith

Mike Doyle has been sending pretty much everything he sets his sights on and lately it’s been 5.14s in Smith Rocks. Last week, Doyle climbed the famous To Bolt or Not To Be 5.14a and before that was The Big R 5.14a. This week, Doyle focused on Chemical A
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Video: Moab’s Toughest Wide Cracks

In this video, EpicTV joined Pat Kingsbury on a brutal three-day tour of pain as he takes on some of Moab’s toughest wide cracks. Loading… More from EpicTV here Epic TV explains this awesome video: “In the pantheon of great US crack climbers there are few to
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Scarpa: How to Choose Your Next Pair of Rock Shoes

Dan Beall shares his tips for picking your next climbing shoe, whether you’re just starting out, or need to sail through the crux of your next project. How to Choose Your Next Rock Climbing Shoe from SCARPA North America on Vimeo.
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