Fun video of guys climbing Arrow Final on Table Mountain.
Guy and I had spent the afternoon on Table Mountain working on our Space Race project.
“A dragon without fangs is only a lizard”, I mused when Matthys and Werner raised the challenge to do the 250km Grand Traverse of the Umkhahlamba Drakensberg.
The good people at Slingsby Maps are presently compiling, with the full cooperation of Cape Nature, a new hiking map of the Cederberg.
Follow the year-long story of Dave Graham as he goes after the first ascent of his latest project,
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As we anticipated for years, they have Stress Corrosion Cracking (SCC) of their stainless steel bolts, just as Cayman Brac and Thailand used to have.
A new short video featuring Adam Ondra´s old climbs of three 9a – 9a+ routes, which were initially filmed for the movie The Wizard´s Apprentice, but did not make it into the final version of the movie.
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I am pretty bored with the sport climbing in Cape Town so climbing on Table Mountain is new and exciting for me.
Beth Rodden proved that women could climb just as hard—if not harder—than men.
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Jon Griffith, Ueli Steck and Simone Moro have been attacked by Sherpas on Everest.
Alexander Megos sends what is probably the hardest route in Frankenjura, Classified, 9a+, on the Holzgauer wand.
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Learn how both of these moves can help you conserve energy on steep terrain and move more efficiently.
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.
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- Bolt issue on Kalymnos May 2, 2013
- Space Race – a new route on Table Mountain May 6, 2013
- New Cederberg Hiking map – Names update May 3, 2013
- Alien vs. Predator. a.k.a. a review of the new BD X4 Cams May 21, 2013
- Brian sending ‘Just Behrly’ May 6, 2013
- Black Diamond 2013 Tradathon Report May 22, 2013
- Naked Woman Climber High on Mushrooms Rescued Off Third Flatiron May 22, 2013
- Canyoning in the French Alps May 21, 2013
- PAUSE 8 May 21, 2013
- Lee Den Hond becomes the third South African woman to summit Everest May 21, 2013
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