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Magazine articles on rock climbing and mountain climbing.
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November 2008
Ryan Krogh
Dean Potter Interview About FreeBASEing the Eiger Dean Potter talks about freeBASEing the Eiger. mark for My Articles 20 similar articles
October 2008
Claire Napier Galofaro
Sons of the Nimrod Descendants of Shackleton's 1908 South Pole crew set out on another attempt. mark for My Articles 23 similar articles
October 2008
Marc Peruzzi
Kye Would Do It Like the father he hardly knew, Kye Petersen is out to conquer the biggest mountains around. mark for My Articles 1 similar article
October 2008
Nick Heil
Off the Wall Parkour looks crazy, but then, so does solo climbing. Is it time we start taking this thing seriously? mark for My Articles 7 similar articles
October 2008
El Cap Video Watch an exclusive clip from Masters of Stone VI, featuring a new record speed ascent of El Cap. mark for My Articles 11 similar articles
September 2008
Emily Matchar
What's Your Himalayan IQ? The new, 560-page book Fallen Giants, by professors Maurice Isserman and Stewart Weaver, is the most exhaustive narrative history of Himalayan climbing to date. It's also the subject of this month's quiz. Pencils out -- begin! mark for My Articles 44 similar articles
August 18, 2008
Damon Tabor
15th Anniversary: Peak Performance From New Climbing Tech Zeal Optics SPP goggles... Spot Messenger... Roper SwitchBack UltraMobile PC... Black Diamond Cobra ice tool... mark for My Articles 19 similar articles
August 2008
Pete Takeda
Last Night I Dreamed I Had Legs A degenerative nerve disease is destroying the body of Jeff Lowe, one of climbing's greatest athletes and innovators. He's seen hard times before, on mountains and in life. But how do you keep going when there's no way up? mark for My Articles 46 similar articles
Popular Mechanics
July 3, 2008
Peter Fimrite
2900 Feet in 2 Hours, 43 Minutes! Yosemite Climbers Set Record A Lafayette, Calif., rock climber and his Japanese partner snatched the world record for fastest climb up the Nose of El Capitan on Wednesday in a thrilling, heart-stopping display of strength, endurance, concentration and pure guts. mark for My Articles 12 similar articles
June 2008
McKenzie Funk
Because It's There. (Sort of.) GPS units in hand, obsessed adventurers are roaming the world to claim a new set of firsts: 16,232 places where major lines of latitude and longitude intersect. Sound geeky? Not when your sweet spot is at 17,000 feet on the side of a remote Bolivian volcano. mark for My Articles 4 similar articles
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