Tucked away among farms and barren grasslands in a forgotten corner of the state lies one of the best bouldering destinations in the country. Our video producer, a Roy fanatic, outlines how to visit the growing location without harming its fragile ecosystem.
On November 27, Brad Gobright died in Potrero Chico, Mexico. He was 31.
Despite decades of conflict, Palestine is home to an up-and-coming climbing scene centered around top-notch—and untouched—limestone. A new guidebook hopes to show locals and foreigners alike how to navigate the region's rock safely and help foster cross-cultural understanding.
What could have been a fatal fall is just a stepping stone on Harrington's path to become the first woman to free climb one of El Cap's hardest routes in a day
Whether you're bouldering, sport climbing, or jamming splitters, choosing the right shoes is about more than fit. These are the best models.
Setting the paper of record straight
Climbers at Lion Rock have joined the pro-democracy movement in the city's struggle with Beijing
Sending indoors can be fun. Here are our favorite tools.
Because we all need a little encouragement sometimes
The climber fell 80 feet from a climb in North Carolina
Black Diamond gave us the lowdown on its brand-new line of approach shoes, which includes two technical and two lifestyle models
Jorgeson's 1Climb foundation and Adidas are partnering to build 10 climbing walls across the country
From Black Diamond, 'The Lifer' profiles legendary climber Russ Clune, steward of an iconic New York climbing area
Jim Reynolds is a name you’ve likely never heard, but his free-soloing feats top those of Alex Honnold—if not in difficulty, then in length, commitment, and style
Sender Films shares some of the strategies it used to push the limits of what’s possible in big-wall filmmaking
This eight-year-old company has become a fan favorite overseas and is starting to catch on here in the United States
People are worried. But, naturally, it's usually about the wrong things.
Filmmaker Elizabeth Chai Vasarhelyi doesn’t climb, but her determination to shine a light on what drives extreme mountaineers produced two of the best adventure documentaries of the past decade
Avery Shawler left her Idaho apartment one morning in 2016 to hike a prominent peak. But the day outing quickly took a turn for the worse, and Shawler would end up needing a lot of luck—and all her backcountry skills—to make it home alive.
To keep the small-run calendar project afloat, the photographer washed dishes in Argentine Patagonia and cleaned carpets in Yosemite Valley. But he never made money on it, and now he's decided it's finally time to call it quits.
The first of its kind, the Revo is a belay device with a true auto-locking mechanism.
Last week, Tommy Caldwell and Alex Honnold set the speed record on the Nose. But even they're not sure it was a great idea.
Over the past week, the duo has made repeated attempts to climb the Nose route on Yosemite's El Capitan in under two hours. They finally succeeded.
The quest for sub-two continues
Days after Alex Honnold and Tommy Caldwell broke the speed record on the Nose, two experienced climbers died on El Cap. Has speed climbing gotten too deadly?
If you can't afford the $50 per month membership fee, this gym will let you in anyway
The Land of Maybe features a trip to the Faroe Islands with climbers Cedar Wright, James Pearson, and Yuji Hirayama.
For Santa Fe native and climber, Ben Hanna, the Bat Cave has been his proving ground for over 5 years.
And it's Alex Honnold-approved
Mountain, from director Jennifer Peedom, analyzes the relationship between humans and mountains.
In back-to-back days, Michaela Kiersch and Paige Claassen secured the first and second female ascents of Necessary Evil, a 5.14c in Arizona
In short, it's smartly designed and great looking