• Climb Safe: To Screamer Or Not To Screamer
  • Climb Safe: Full Strength Haul Loops
  • Climb Safe: How to Extend a Rappel
  • Climb Safe: Extending a Cam Sling
  • Climb Safe: The Dangers of Modifying Your Gear
  • Climb Safe: Do Ropes Need to Rest Between Falls?
  • Climb Safe: Worn Belay Loops and Retiring a Harness
  • Climb Safe: Draws in a Gym
  • Climb Safe: How Strong is the Spinner Leash?
  • Climb Safe: How Strong Are Himalayan Fixed Lines?
  • Climb Safe: Gear Doesn't Last Forever - Crampons
  • Climb Safe: Connecting Two Slings Together
  • Climb Safe: Re-Slinging Cams
  • Climb Safe: Choosing the Right Carabiner
  • Climb Safe: What is the Safest Rappel Knot?
  • Climb Safe: Autoblock Belay Device Misuse
  • Climb Safe: Sling Strength In Three Anchor Configurations
  • Climb Safe: Weakness of Nose-Hooked Carabiners
  • Climb Safe: Daisy Chain Dangers
  • Climb Safe: Retiring Old Ropes
  • Climb Safe: Sharpie for Marking the Middle of a Rope?
  • Climb Safe: How Sketchy is a Sharp-Edged Carabiner?
  • Climb Safe: Dangers of Rope Worn Carabiners
  • Climb Safe: The Electric Harness Acid Test
  • Climb Safe: Can A Hot Belay Device Melt My Slings?
  • Climb Safe: Gear Doesn't Last Forever - Slings and Quickdraws
  • Climb Safe: Gear Doesn't Last Forever - Ice Tool Picks
  • Climb Safe: Dangers of Worn Lowering Anchors
  • Climb Safe: The Skinny on Super Light Ropes
  • Climb Safe: Spotting for Bouldering
  • Climb Safe: Common Belay Screw-ups and What To Do About Them
  • Climb Safe: How to Belay, Part 1
  • Climb Safe: Ascending Rappel Ropes 101
  • Climb Safe: Spectra versus Nylon
  • Climb Safe: Rethinking the Double-Loop Bowline
  • Climb Safe: Knot Passing 101
  • Climb Safe: How To Survive Bad Weather on El Cap
  • Climb Safe: Avalanche Safety
  • Climb Safe: Ascender Safety 101
  • Climb Safe: Top Roping is Not So Safe
  • Climb Safe: The Dangers of Short Static Falls
  • Climb Safe: Rappelling - Surviving Climbing's Diciest Business
  • Climb Safe: Belay School - Why Dynamic Matters
  • Climb Safe: Fall Factors Explained
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    AAC Universal Belay Standard - Part 1
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    John Long: Guilty Pleasures
    Lynn Hill and I spent the winter of 1981 in Las Vegas, climbing daily at Red Rocks and plowing through nights at dead-end jobs. After roughly 10 seasons of climbing 300 days a year, my learning curve had flattened and I found myself singing the same old song.
    EVEREST 2008
    Climbers on the world's highest mountain have been particularly challenged this season -- not by altitude, weather or even the stream of guided climbers who clog the camps and flanks of Everest like cholesterol in the artery to the summit. This season the crux could be getting past the cops now posted around the base and at Camp II (21,300 feet) on the Nepal side.
    Reinhold Messner: What I've Learned
    Reinhold Messner was the first to climb Everest without oxygen. He has established upwards of 500 rock routes, made extreme desert crossings, polar expeditions and has written over 50 books. This is his ecstatic wisdom of a life spent on the edge.
    Charlie Fowler American Alpinist
    That Charlie Fowler would meet his end while doing what he loved is no huge surprise given the sheer volume of his climbing. At age 52, he'd racked up three and a half decades of it, and had carried his quiet air of a seasoned survivor from hard rock to the high-risk games of alpine climbing and soloing.
    Mobile Communication Devices
    When a flake broke on Mount Temple, Steve House fell 80 feet, and flipped upside down, fracturing his ribs, pelvis and spine. His partner used a cell phone to call 911.
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