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Climb Safe: Spotting for Bouldering
Jason Kehl is high. Twenty-five feet up the Grandpa Peabody boulder, the 60-foot monster testpiece in the Buttermilks near Bishop, he has just pimped a sustained, overhanging V10 section, but isn’t out of the woods yet. The seven-move sloper crux is still ahead.
John Long: High Times
The search for the source.
Flying Buttress (5.10)
Open wide: Big wall Pete Takeda dishes out his favorite 5.10 from Vedauwoo, Wyoming.
MAN OF THE MONKEYS
Alex and Thomas Huber Climb in Queen Maud Land
Stephon Siegrist and the Huber Brothers-three of Europe's top free climbers-embark on an Antarctic expedition to the spellbinding realm of the Queen Mound Land, and open the coldest chapter of their lives.
JETBOIL HANGING KIT
THE JETBOIL STOVE is as light as a newt, a Scrooge with gas, and a nuclear blowtorch for boiling.
Body: Bouldering for Bone Density
I heard that bouldering increases bone density in a climber's hands, while climbing routes does not. Is that true?
How To Recover On Route
Does the G-Tox method for shaking out on routes work? Any other advice for getting the best recovery in a strenuous position, without waving your arms...