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Climb Safe: How To Survive Bad Weather on El Cap
Yosemite seems like a fair-weather paradise, but because it sits high in the Sierra Nevada and close to the Pacific Ocean, cold, wet storms can strike any time. Bad weather and lack of preparedness can be a deadly combination. Here’s how you can avoid becoming a Valley statistic.
John Long: On the Road
And you thought your last climbing trip was tough.
Flying Buttress (5.10)
Open wide: Big wall Pete Takeda dishes out his favorite 5.10 from Vedauwoo, Wyoming.
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A Short Walk With Whillans
The Legendary British Climber on the Eiger.
Petzl Mini Traxion
Used to be if you wanted to work a route, you had to find a partner willing to belay your sorry butt for hours.
Fingers: Trigger-Finger Syndrome
The morning after a day of hard gym bouldering, I noticed a popping or mild locking in my left middle finger when opening and closing it. The feeling soon went away, but came back worse every consecutive morning. I took two weeks off from climbing and my finger was feeling good, so I climbed very moderately two days ago, but this morning the popping returned. Any suggestions?