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Climb Safe: How to Extend a Rappel
Every year, without fail, someone is injured or dies in a rappelling accident. This July it was the easily prevented mistake of rapping off the end of the line. At this point, it seems a little useless to keep reminding people to tie some knots in the end of their ropes.
John Long: On the Road
And you thought your last climbing trip was tough.
Seeing Perfect Visionary
Fourteen years is a long time for a major free route in Yosemite to go unrepeated. On October 3, Tommy Caldwell made the second free ascent of the Dir...
The Genius - Jeff Lowe
Jeff Lowe took high-end technical rock and ice climbing to high altitude - and an unprecedented level. If you are a climber, you'll know at least three t...
Bouldering in Hampi India
The luck of finding the perfect line leads to a fall from grace.
Climbing Camera Review
Tips from the pros for choosing the best camera for your climbing photography.
Feet: Gout and Pseudogout
Several years ago I attempted the Southwest Couloir route on Mount Huntington in Alaska in some oversized Koflach boots. After I'd led many pitches of steep ice my left toe began cramping and hurting so badly I could no longer frontpoint and was basically climbing the last pitches with only my right foot.
Getting Strong After a Layoff
I slacked all winter and didn't train a lick, and still want to dominate on the rock this spring/summer. How can I whip myself into shape in short notice?