Latin America’s Biggest Bouldering Competition
Last weekend, the North Face’s Chile brand put on Latin America’s biggest—and loudest, and rad-est, and rowdiest—bouldering competition.
A 16-Day First Ascent Sufferfest
“There will be moments that you wish you never came,” said Libecki.
Where Man Meets Mountain (In a Museum)
In 2003, Messner began work on the Messner Mountain Museum (MMM) project, a series of six interdisciplinary spaces devoted to exploring the nature, history, and culture of the mountains they are embedded in and to those who love to climb them.
How to Photograph the Biggest Ice Climbing Event in the Country
The official photographer of the Ouray Ice Festival on surviving the cold (and possibly falling slabs of rock) to get the shot you've been dreaming of.
A Year in the Life of Pro Photographer Forest Woodward
Forest Woodward has an enviable travel schedule. In the last year, the climber, surfer, and pro photographer has visited half a dozen countries, including Spain and Peru, and about 20 states in the U.S. Here are a few of the best shots he's taken over the past year. Don't be too jealous: Woodward's images have a way of bringing you along for the ride.
Everest Summit Day
Shots from this past weekend, when 300 climbers tried to reach the summit
Portraits of the West Ridge Team Members
The Eddie Bauer guys came down from an acclimatizing climb up the West shoulder yesterday. Here's what they looked like.
Photographer Celin Serbo
In August of 2006, Justen Sjong, Chris Weidner, and photographer Celin Serbo traveled to Newfoundland to climb new routes up the granite walls surrounding Devils Bay. As the crew was setting up camp, Hurricane Florence made its way up the East Coast of the United States. It arrived on the southeastern coast of the island, as a tropical storm, not long after the climbers started knocking off routes. A local fishermen spied the group’s remote base camp and offered to take the climbers to a vacant cabin on a neighboring bay. “Without the fisherman’s rescue, the expedition would have ended,” says Serbo. “The camp would not have survived the storm."
Rock Climbing Around the World: Exposure Special
Outside Magazine offers free photo galleries. See the best in outdoor photography, featuring top pictures of Rock Climbing around the world.
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