In Many 2016, strong British climbers Robbie Phillips and Jacob Cook sent El Nino 5.13c on El Cap. They walked away after six days having both freed the route. The monster route was first […]
Chris Sharma returned home to tour some of his old stomping grounds in California with Spainish climber Pol Roca. Among their many stops was the amazing Panther Beach.
On Aug. 17, 2014 Alex Honnold celebrated his 29th birthday by soloing 290 pitches over the course of one day. In only 16 hours, Honnold averaged a climb every few minutes. “Some of the routes […]
The Climbing Works International Festival (CWIF) traditionally announces the start of the IFSC Bouldering World Cup season, providing viewers a forerunner of who is in form leading up to the start of the season. […]
Today, March 17, is Saint Patrick’s Day and many Canadian have ties to Ireland. Here in Canada, we have many Irish-theme climbs, such as Guinness Gully WI4 and Guinness Stout WI4+ in the Rockies […]
Watch 19-year-old Margo Hayes sending La Rambla in Siurana, Spain, and make history by becoming the first woman to send a solid 5.15a.
Watch some cool aerial drone footage of the world’s largest artificial climbing route. It’s located in Ticino in the Blenio valley of Switzerland and climbs 165 metres up the side of a dam. The […]