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Climbing Mag 6h
With days stretching upward of 12 hours on a big wall, our bodies demand anywhere from 3,000–6,000 calories. Learn how to fuel right.
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Climbing Mag 19h
Everyone gets their rope stuck at some point. Internationally-certified mountain guide Marc Chauvin recommends two solutions for most stuck rappels.
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Climbing Mag Nov 15
Sponsored: Do yourself a solid and pick up a handmade "Waxey" chalk bags or "zippy" pouches, stuffed with all of our favorite climbing essentials.
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Climbing Mag Nov 15
Meet the new executive director Chris Winter!
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Climbing Mag Nov 15
The Crag Royal sticks to one-pitch sport routes free of pesky distractions like anchor-building, route-finding, and topouts, freeing her to focus on “fingerlock gastons.”
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Climbing Mag Nov 14
The classic Stretch Zion pants get a svelte and stylish straight-leg upgrade.
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Climbing Mag Nov 14
Photographer Jim Thornburg shares 19 photos, including some of the biggest names in our sport on iconic ascents, shot over the last 30 years.
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Climbing Mag Nov 13
Watch Adam Ondra attempt to flash "the world's most famous boulder problem" Midnight Lightning (V8), while waiting for the airline to find his luggage.
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Climbing Mag Nov 13
Read Matt Samet's Editor's Note and see what's inside the December/January 2019 issue of Climbing Magazine, on newsstands now.
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Climbing Mag Nov 12
Set yourself up for sending success in 2019 by getting a head start on training now—while still enjoying some holiday treats.
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Climbing Mag Nov 12
Fill out our annual reader survey for a chance to win our latest book Vantage Point, a best-of anthology of Climbing Magazine's 50-year history.
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Climbing Mag Nov 12
There’s adventure travel and there’s this.
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Climbing Mag Nov 12
A home wall is a lot of work and money, but TOTALLY worth it. Here is a rundown of the hows and whys for taking the plunge into the world of the woody.
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Climbing Mag Nov 11
The carrot is a hex-headed machine bolt without a fixed hangar. It's iconic to Australian climbers, and horrifying to visitors.
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Climbing Mag Nov 11
An old-school former climber tours Boulder’s youth comp scene and learns why it might be the best thing happening in the sport.
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Climbing Mag Nov 11
Looking for a project? Find out what Adam Ondra, Tommy Caldwell, Jonathan Siegrist, and others list as their best unrepeated climbs.
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Climbing Mag Nov 10
Where do you draw the line between strategic dieting and an unhealthy eating disorder?
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Climbing Mag Nov 10
How often are your mono pockets actual bullet holes from WWII?
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Climbing Mag Nov 10
The Austrian Barbara “Babsi” Zangerl has ticked V13, 5.14d sport, 5.14 trad, the Alpine Trilogy of 5.14-, and some of the hardest free routes on El Capitan.
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Climbing Mag Nov 9
From the Insta-Sender to the Guide, you'll climb with at least a few of these seven climbing archetypes in your early days of getting outside.
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