Sheldon Smith Bouldering at the recently re-opened Redhill in Simon’s Town South Africa.
Since the car accident in August things have been a little abnormal. I’ve certainly had some interesting stuff happening.
Jimmy Chin scales Grand Teton and skis down, showing why he is one of the most skilled and fearless adventurers on the planet.
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Dedication and commitment to the sport will take them from the windy peaks of Patagonia to the harsh desert of Utah.
Chris Sharma recently made his first trip to Australia and it was all that he dreamed it would be…
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Alex Honnold was invited to south Africa to participate in Robert Breyer’s film, with the working title Climbing the Big 5. At Waterval Boven in Mpumalanga last month, he said: “I came to an exotic adventure destination and found high-quality rock and fully legitimate climbing. I really like Boven. The rock here is surprisingly good.” […]
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I was about to be ready to become a High Mountain Guide when a huge snow block hit my back. Since then, I’m paraplegic.
During a trip to Australia this summer, German climber Dorothea Karalus made the first ascent of In the Cloud, ~8A+, in the Grampians.
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The annual Rocklands Clean Up over the first weekend of November.
New evidence by South African researchers has shown that mountains are not as stable as previously thought.