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Climbing Mag 8h
Though often overlooked, for the last 80 years Stoney Point has served as a breeding ground for some of America's greatest climbers.
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Climbing Mag 11h
A weekend of V-point accumulation, dyno comps, and dancing at Hueco Tanks State Park.
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Climbing Mag 19h
Wondering how climbers will be selected for the 2020 Olympics? Wonder no longer.
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Climbing Mag Feb 18
Chris Sharma looks back on his climbing career, and how he's watched the sport evolve since he started in the early 1990s.
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Climbing Mag Feb 18
Watch Alex Honnold provide commentary for Mission Impossible, Point Break, Star Trek V, Vertical Limit, Cliffhanger, and more.
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Climbing Mag Feb 18
An A+ belayer can instill confidence in your climbing and self, share some of the most intense moments of your life, and even save your life.
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Climbing Mag Feb 18
Due to a bolting moratorium from 1989-2003, climbing activity essentially “froze” in Boulder's Flatirons, making them a living museum.
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Climbing Mag Feb 17
According to CBD companies, the substance can do just about everything. But does it have any real benefit to climbers? We consulted the research to find out.
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Climbing Mag Feb 17
A thorough warm-up increases blood flow, muscle flexibility, and body control to decrease injury. Here's how to do it right.
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Climbing Mag Feb 17
How truth In climbing makes you stronger.
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Climbing Mag Feb 16
With over 4,500 routes, Slovenia is one of the most rock-rich countries in Europe.
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Climbing Mag Feb 16
Heel hook injuries are common, as the muscles aren’t often trained while climbing. Use these tips and exercises to avoid the dreaded hamstring strain.
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Climbing Mag Feb 16
Spotting is an art. Learn the fundamentals and nuances that separate great spotters from the mere bystanders.
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Climbing Mag Feb 15
A tale of greed, theft, arson, half-chopped bolts, and supernatural voices.
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Climbing Mag Feb 15
Against all good judgement, we asked our readers to send us photos of their gnarly climber feet.
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Climbing Mag Feb 15
Although the Gunks are known for spectacular moderates, the most prevalent grade is 5.10, and these seven 5.10s rank among the best.
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Climbing Mag Feb 14
If you are climbing a 20-pitch route and sharpen your systems enough to cut 10 minutes off at each belay, you’ll save three-plus hours.
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Climbing Mag Feb 14
After 20 sessions, Charles Albert has made the first ascent of No Kpote Only. He did not wear shoes for the ascent.
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Climbing Mag Feb 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 Feb 13
Modern gyms are works of art, and the holds adorning the walls are the stars of the show. Here's a behind-the-curtain look at how holds are made.
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