Youngest to send grade

Carried Olympic torch to Everest

Roger Payne was former BMC secretary

Hazardous slide conditions stall search

21-year-old had entered enclosure

French cyclist Di Gregorio nabbed

Seeks to halt doping proceedings

Michael Ybarra was alone in the Sierra

Ohio legislators say they'll fight "Denali"

Cancellara holds yellow jersey

Plans to place them on apartment roofs

Could flood New York and Boston

Last survivor of Galapagos subspecies

Property condemned by city

Tumbles 3,700 feet while helping climber

Manx cyclist will defend sprint title this month

Thought to have disappeared over 100 years ago

Company did not violate privacy laws

Ski mountaineer won world championships

Park allows visitors to pet wolves

Teenager is 20-year-old Dutch man

Sasha DiGiulian has already climbed harder than any American woman in history. We caught up with her to talk about college and whether women will ever outclimb men.

Man in hospital after encounter at homeless camp

Sent 32 pitches in 10 hours

Cyclist sidelined by spinal fracture

Phenomenon thought to be impossible

Five Ten’s Guide Tennie Canvas is a few ounces lighter than the original but every bit as capable on talus and techy trails.

Last November, Garrett McNamara caught what may be the tallest wave ever surfed. Here are the songs he listens to before his biggest rides.

The first American woman to send 5.14d shares her five favorite pre-climb songs

Did two North American alpinists do the right thing when they took the bolts out of one of Patagonia's most famous climbing routes?

From drama in the Greater Ranges to cutting-edge bouldering problems, 2011 was a great year for climbing. We pick the top ten ascents of the past 12 months.

Sea kayaker Freya Hoffmeister already circled Australia. Now she's taking the hard way around South America.

The best sites for bouldering news, beginner-friendly advice, and longform adventure journalism

Four injured in Norwegian islands

A documentary about electric cars, a cool climbing app, and the best long-form journalism websites

One of the most harrowing near-miss stories I’ve ever heard came from my friend Jason, an itinerant, sometimes-employed climber from Moab. Jason had taken the German girl he was dating to climb Castleton Tower, a 400-foot sliver of sandstone sitting on a ridge above Castle Valley, Utah. The girl was …

We talk with the adventurer about his memoirs, the climbers he admires, and why he believes harder is better.