Thirteen Hundred rock climbs. Seventy climbing areas. More than 800 photos and topos. In other words: a lot of work.
Freddie Wilkinson explores the 2008 climbing disaster on the Savage Mountain.
Climber Fabiano Ventura brings awareness to receding glaciers in the Karakoram through new photographs, shot 100 years after those taken on early expeditions to the range.
Peter Beal grapples with ethics, beauty and the ever-evolving art of climbing.
Reporting in from the Boulder premiere of the fifth annual Reel Rock Film Tour.
Ralf Gantzhorn presents 16 striking images from the top of the bottom of the world.
It is reasonable to say at this point in history—now that popular climbing media has existed for decades—that there are climbing superstars: athletes that combine a definitive personality with difficult and stylistically charged climbs. Alexander Huber is certainly one of those superstars...
In his quest to discover why some climbers are fearful and others brazen, Ilgner developed the Warrior's Way, a program to help climbers become aware of—and deal with—their apprehensions.
Dozens of Yosemite Valley pioneers have been mailing a single book among them for months, gathering signatures to produce a unique retrospective and a way to raise money for Jim Bridwell.
Open the mountain journals of four climbers—John Evans, Jock Glidden, David Jones and Steve House—to find their past and future inspirations and motivations.