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IFSC Climbing Youth Olympic Games – Samantha Stainton

Samantha Stainton, South African girl climber accompanying the IFSC to the Nanjing Sports Lab at the 2014 Youth Olympic Games this August 17-27 talks about what he loves about climbing!

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climb for a life climbathon

Climb For a Life

On Sunday, October 12th, SA Mountain, together with The Sunflower Fund will hold a “CLIMB for a LIFE” climbathon at the Silvermine Crags.

Paul Robinson climbing in the Cederberg

Paul Robinson goes adventuring in the Cederberg

Paul Robinson just got back from a trip to the Cederberg (and a few other places) in South Africa where he send a few First Ascents.

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Tea Garden Roof & Witness the Sickness

Video of Maarten Nieuwenhuijsen sending Tea Garden Roof (7C) and Witness the Sickness (8A) at Rocklands.


Solo with Safety – Highline at Mhlabatini

A beautiful line at the entrance to Mhlabatini. Easy access, natural anchors and really comfortable highline to walk.


Highline World Record Teaser

On the 9th of august 2014, Julian Mittermaier and a bunch of friends rigged a 224m highline on the mauvoisin dam wall with the crazy idea of breaking the actual highline world record of 214m.


Joe Kinder on Garbage Pail Kids at Rifle

After 5 days of cleaning, one of the funnest routes in Rifle was born: the very gymnastic and steep Garbage Pail Kids (8c).”


Steve McColl Hubble

Rock Climbing Classics | Hubble 8c+

Ben Moon first climbed the route in June 1990 at a grade of 8c+ (some say 9a!?), the route has had 5 ascents in 24 years! Ben Moon and Sean McColl discuss what it takes to send it.

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Experts Ask: Are We Loving Our Mountains to Death?

Climbers dump nearly two metric tons of the stuff into the crevasses of the Kahiltna every climbing season, and it’s still down there—moving on down the road, awaiting its big reveal.

Alex Honnold Van Life

Have you ever wondered what it’s like to live in a van? Where do you store things? How do you stay powered? What do you do when you need a bathroom? Alex Honnold takes us through the van that he calls home.