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The Journey: Mike Libecki and Ethan Pringle Climbing a First Ascent in Greenland

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Recently, adventure climber Mike Libecki teamed up with Ethan Pringle and Angie Payne for a trip to a remote fjord on the southeast coast of Greenland. Libecki and Pringle spent three days without sleep and battling choss to establish a 3,000-foot first ascent on an unclimbed granite peak. To learn more about Mike Libecki and his insatiable appetite for pioneering first ascents, check out the current issue of Rock and Ice and flip to the column What I’ve Learned.