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WEEKEND WHIPPER: Short-Roped Slammer
Natalie D. takes a spill on Heart of Darkness (5.10d/11a), a classic traditional route in Joshua Tree National Park, California. Natalie has the crack sewn up with gear and doesn’t fall far, but she receives a hard catch from her belayer which slams her back into the wall.
Q&A: Suffering with Cedar Wright - Thoughts on Sufferfest 1 and 2
Suffering is the specialty of Alex Honnold and Cedar Wright. They took on an ambitious and crazy human powered adventure to summit all of California’s 14,000-foot peaks via technical climbing routes, with no ropes, linking the peaks by bike, with no prior biking experience. Less than a year later, they were at it again with a goal to climb 45 of the American Southwest’s most iconic Desert Towers, via their most difficult routes—the misery of their last sufferfest dulled by time.
Bolt Breaks, Climber Falls to Death
On March 13, 2015, Scott Sederstrom, 44, a nurse in Mammoth, California, and longtime fixture on the East Side outdoor scene, failed to return home after a day of climbing at the Owens River Gorge. That night, Sederstrom’s fiancée, Suzanne DeBonno, became concerned and drove to the Lower Gorge parking lot, where she found his van and dog, Yogi...

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Weekend Whipper: Wheelin N' Dealin
Weekend Whipper: Wheelin N' Dealin

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Adam Ondra on Training, School and Keeping Busy
Adam Ondra on Training, School and Keeping Busy
Kilian Fischhuber - The Indian Summer
Kilian Fischhuber - The Indian Summer








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