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Elis Hart 16m
This is indeed alarming. Human will always leave footprints in everything they do, including . Quota must be applied. Waste must be managed.
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Climbing Talk 21h
Follow up to the Bull incident ! Ticks / be aware.
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Climbing Talk Aug 23
IFSC World Championships Hachioji: Combined Final Report
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Climbing Talk 23h
The Ten Sleep Route Manufacturing Controversy Explained
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Climbing Talk Aug 23
The famous Bull Call - out on the 5 Sisters of Kintail
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Climbing Talk Aug 23
Janja Garnbret, Tomoa Narasaki Combined Climbing World Champions
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Climbing Talk Aug 23
Listen to some great stories and personal experiences covering all types of climbing.
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savekanchenjunga Aug 22
Glaciers in are melting. Snow covers over mountains are getting sparse. Allowing expedition to will be disastrous.The government needs to reverse this decision.
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Climbing Talk Aug 21
Robbie Phillips Completes the Alpine Trilogy
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Stefanie Parks 23h
Another New Zealand peak bagged today - Mt Cloudsley.
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Sam Bleyen Photography Aug 22
With many things going on the latest blog post on my Bolivia trip was a while in the making. However it was a great trip with many interesting challenges, so here it is.
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Pravin  Khaling Aug 22
let it remains untouched... our guardian deities is our culture and culture is our existence...
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Will Close-Ash FRGS Aug 19
Throw back to last week: Climbing on the Breithorn with @ Breithorn
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Travel Insides Aug 22
Govt Opens 137 Mountain Peaks To Foreigners For Mountaineering & Trekking
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The Hiking Experience Aug 23
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savekanchenjunga Aug 22
While the burns, another natural treasure faces . Mt Kanchenjunga is not only ecologically fragile but it is also the guardian deity of the Sikkimese. We condemn the decision to allow expedition here by
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Rockspex 21h
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Outward Bound 10h
Push your vertical limits and stand atop peaks on these courses.
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Henry Söderlund 12h
Lino Lacedelli on the peak of K2 at the end of the first successful ascent of the "Savage Mountain", 31 July 1954 More information:
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WiCis-Sports 23h
Lukas Furtenbach with Gordon Boettger, record holder, in Minden, NV discussing the many backups used for systems used in wave flying at 30,000 ft. The parallels with are numerous!
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