Chris Van Leuven June 29, 2021
This past March in Montana, Manoah Ainuu, Nate Kenny, Conrad Anker, Whitney Stowe, and Matt Cornell established The Rave, a 180-metre line in the Winter Dance area. Only Cornell sent the overhanging cobble-climb.
Chris Van Leuven June 11, 2021
Brandon Adams and Roger Putnam climbed the aid route Iron Hawk in 15:37, taking 15 hours off the record set by Ammon McNeely and Cedar Wright in 2004
Chris Van Leuven June 10, 2021
Take a journey up the never-ending 5.12a/b Crimson Cringe in Max Buschini’s new film
Chris Van Leuven May 7, 2021
“Despite the low-key face that’s being put on this ‘pilot,’ this is a huge deal for Valley climbers”
Chris Van Leuven April 27, 2021
“I’m inspired to try the hardest things I can do”
Chris Van Leuven March 9, 2021
I saw a picture of Half Dome in my barber shop and I was like, ‘Where is that?’ I knew I needed to climb it.
Chris Van Leuven February 9, 2021
Roam online academy provides insight and tips by the best — including Conrad Anker and Jimmy Chin — on climbing, skiing, photography, and more.
Chris Van Leuven February 5, 2021
Designed for alpine, sport and trad, the Agility 9.1 has an abrasion-resistant sheath and red die that marks the ends
Chris Van Leuven January 25, 2021
Co-founder Heather Sullivan shares what the non-profit is bringing to Yosemite in 2021 and beyond
Chris Van Leuven January 15, 2021
Whitney grew up adventuring around Camp 4, learning climbing from her dad — legendary guide and big wall climber Scott Stowe. Today, after helping him recover from a stroke, she’s becoming a leader herself.