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This phenomenal Margalef test-piece was put up by Chris Sharma in the winter of 2010.
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Armed with shovels and a lot of psyche, boulderers built platforms under some of the hardest routes on the edge, transforming them from dangerous solos into highball boulder problems.
Norwegian climber Magnus Midtbø has joined the very small number of climbers who have onsighted 5.14c with an ascent of Cosi Fan Tutte in Rodellar, Spain.
Thirteen-year-old Drew Ruana has made an ascent of To Bolt or Not to Be, perhaps America’s most iconic 5.14a, at Smith Rock, Oregon.
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In the first week of June climbers will converge on Chamonix (the Alpine capital of the world) to share their passion with fellow addicts from all parts of the world.
Jonathan Siegrist, embarks on a journey to France to pay tribute to the roots of modern sport climbing.
Joe Kinder tells beginner climbers how smearing helps you.
Alexander Polli does a tactical flight through a narrow cave.
This new route, 15 years in the making, goes out the awesome Outrage Wall.
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Bouldering legend Fred Nicole shares his thoughts about his motivation for climbing.
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13 year old Kai Lightner sending Southern Smoke 8c+
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Take a look at the 2013 SCS Open National Championships highlights to see how the action played out!
This past fall Alex managed to free the lower portion of the route (naming it A Gift From Wyoming
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A week of snow and easterly winds made some crazy drifts at Stanage in the Peak District, reducing a few high routes with bad landings into boulder problems!
Cedar Wright and Matt Segal meet some friends in China for China’s first ever Trad Climbing Festival.
Alex Megos’ ascent of Estado Critico at Siurana in Spain is widely accepted as the world’s first 9a onsight.
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The Table Mountain National Park, world heritage site, and Natural 7 Wonder of the World is to be fenced in at a cost of R150 Million.
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Sheldon Smith bouldering on Llandudno beach working his project and discovering new lines.
Speed alpinist Ueli Steck imagines climbing multiple peaks in the Swiss Alps in a day, using a paraglider to get from the summit of one to the base of the next.
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