Exhibitions Offer Inspiration from Pioneering Climbers!
Two new exhibit commemorates the first ascent of Everest and first American ascent of Denali.
Baby Falcons Stolen from Nest at British Climbing Area, Climbers Outraged
The popular climbing area of the Roaches in Britian saw a sad turn of events last week as the chicks of Peregrine Falcons nesting there were stolen
New Cliff Opened in the Gunks!
In this bastion of climbing tradition, change is rare, and some of the most famous cliffs, like Skytop have been closed to open access from climbers. The opening of Dickie Barre is, therefore very welcome.
IFSC World Cup Toronto – Austrians Storm to Win
The Austrian couple of Killian Fischuber and Anna Stohr triumphed over a stacked field at the IFSC World Cup Toronto on the weekend.
Yosemite Season’s Second Climbing Death: Loose Rock Strikes Again
This season alone, there have been two deaths from loose rock.
*Updated* IFSC Bouldering World Cup: Final Results
Austrian power couple take home gold at IFSC World Cup Bouldering Toronto
Canadian Rockies Alpine Pioneer and President Emeritus of the American Alpine Club Single-Push Ascent of The Nose
The pair made a fast continuous ascent very few younger climbers could beat. As of May 30, Donini was back on the valley floor with a new partner hoping to make another one day attempt.
Climbers Purchase New Red River Gorge Climbing Area
The Red River Gorge Climbers' Coalition (RRGCC) and the American Access Fund have teamed up and purchased 309-acre climbing area in Beattyville, Kentucky.
IFSC Bouldering World Cup Canada – Action Filled Semi Final
Top competitor battles for a berth at the grand finale.
IFSC Bouldering World Cup Canada - Men’s Qualifier
Sean McColl dominates the opening round, while Miles Adamson puts in strong effort to qualify for semis.