Neon tights, Polly shorts, headbands and Ray Bans… the 80’s Day at The Mine was a great success.
This is an invitation to young climbers to take part in the “Rock and Road” mentor day.
Tags: Rock & Road
Mountain Extreme Events now brings you the first ever Rock Master lead climbing competition to be held in Cape Town, South Africa. This is the first time that a Rock Master event has ever happened outside of Arco Italy, the home of this iconic event.
BD athletes Tommy Caldwell and Kevin Jorgeson attempting to free El Cap’s hardest climb
After three years of planning and months of pitch-by-pitch reconnaissance work, Tommy Caldwell and Kevin Jorgeson have begun their official bid to free climb the Dawn Wall on El Cap. Caldwell and Jorgeson’s 33-pitch line will be arguably the hardest of its kind in the Yosemite Valley.
The only question left: who will be the first person to “check in” on Foursquare or Facebook at the top of Mount Everest?
A powerful 8b of only 6m, directly followed by a 3 8A moves.
Tags: Pierre Bollinger
On steeper terrain, the secret to sending can often be how cunning you are at conserving energy by milking all possible rests. The most common of these rests is the “knee bar”. For the uninitiated, this involves jamming your thigh or knee itself behind a protruding section of rock, usually with the toes pushing against […]
At the Lead World Cup Championships in Kranj, Slovenia, Ramón Julian Puigblanque of Spain and Kim Jain of Korea topped the podium, giving them the IFSC Lead World Cup champion title for 2010.
Dai traveled to Switzerland this year with Big Paw becoming his main objective.