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19 killed as Everest-bound plane crashes

A plane flying 19 people towards Mount Everest came down in flames on the outskirts of the Nepalese capital on Friday, killing everyone on board including seven Britons and five Chinese, police said.

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Lead Climbing Only For 2020 Olympic Bid

The International Federation of Sport Climbing (IFSC) has announced that its bid for climbing to enter the 2020 Olympic Games will focus exclusively on lead climbing.

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Video: Drone Footage of Climbers on Trango Tower

This video is sample footage captured from a RC helicopter during the Mammut 150 Years: Peak Project: Trango Tower

Joe Möhle sponsorship

Joe Möhle climbing for La Sportiva, Wild Country, DMM & Roca Ropes

Outward Ventures is excited to announce that Joe Möhle is now sponsored by La Sportiva, Wild Country, DMM and Roca Ropes.

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Video: Arctic Dreams Teaser

In June 2012, four very excited South Africans and one grumpy Scottish sea dog set sail for the adventure of their lives.

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Ueli Steck Climbs/Paraglides Jungfrau, Mönch, Eiger in 12 Hours 15 Minutes

The Swiss Machine Ueli Steck has gone and done it again – this time without even trying apparently.

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Nine climbers killed in Nepal avalanche

An avalanche swept away climbers and their camps on the world’s eighth highest mountain in northwestern Nepal on Sunday, killing at least nine people, with another four missing, police said.

Video: Extreme Spotting in Rocklands

A video on the sport of extreme spotting, filmed in Rocklands, South Africa. Featuring Fred Nicole, Keith Forbes Craig Bruton and Elsa van der Merwe.

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Video: Jonathan Siegrist on Idaho’s hardest route

A short film documenting Jonathan Siegrist on the first ascent of Idaho’s hardest route, “Algorithm” 5.14d (9a), on September 8th 2012.

Video: Dry Fired

A compilation of stupidity that’s best viewed with the sound on. Enjoy