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Fueled by Sparks, Bone Thugs and a half awake co-pilot, I made a silent promise to myself to not let the Yaris drop below 90 mph. Things were going smooth. Too smooth. About an hour out of Bakersfield and the car struck something which I can only describe as hard...
I don't feel like working today. That doesn't change the fact that I have to work, and I will work, soon... but I am going to indulge in a self-indulgent blog post before I get cracking.
Thank goodness for proactive climbers.
Being from Boulder, I understand the amount of spray that covers every surface in a 20-mile radius of that town, but it gets to be ridiculous when...
Bolts are bad. Chipping is horrendous. What could be worse? Well—here's an easy answer—really, really stupid people.
I just wanted to inform everyone about a new online weather forecast service at www.meteoexploration.com that provides reliable forecasts, information and advice for expeditions to remote, high-altitude locations.
Exum Guides Nat Patridge and Bill Liberatore skillfully led Jackson skier David DeFazio in the first guided mid-winter ski descent of Wyoming's Grand Teton.
Learn to climb. Watch YouTube.
At 9 a.m. on February 25, 2008, Russian Valery Rozov was the first person to BASE jump off of Cerro Torre...
"Spiderman" strikes again.
Recently, I was in an expensive, albeit nice, climbing gym, four hours from where I live. The girl behind the counter was seemingly absorbed in her charge as the sentry of the gym...
Why skin up a peak when you could snowkite?
The Bradford Washburn Museum of American Mountaineering opened last weekend in Golden, CO. The museum will honor the late Bradford Washburn and America's many mountaineers.
I've never purported to be the funniest guy on the interweb, but it blows my mind just how bad some of this stuff is. And by "some of this stuff," I mean this website...
The yeti does exist, but is it a bear or really a missing link?