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British Team Makes First Ascent of The Mirror Wall, Greenland
4:20 a.m. on July 22 Leo Houlding lead Joe Möhle, Matt Pickles, Matt Pycroft and Waldo Etherington to the summit of Greenland’s Mirror Wall, claiming the first ascent of its nearly 4,000-foot northwest face. The British team had been on the wall for 12 days and free-climbed 23 of the 25 pitches. An upward snowstorm greeted them for the topout.
WEEKEND WHIPPER: No Hands Belay and a Near Grounder
Riddle me this—a climber falls on Contemporary Cuisine (5.10b) at Heart Creek, Alberta, Canada when his waist is well below a bolt. He whips 55 feet, stopping just shy of the ground. What the #&% happened?
Staying Alive in the Death Sport Capital of the World
“The sign reads, ‘World Capital of Skiing and Alpinism.’ I call it the ‘Death Sport Capital of the World.’” – Mark Twight

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Weekend Whipper: Flubbed Clip, Big Whip
Weekend Whipper: Flubbed Clip, Big Whip

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