Subscribe to Readers' Blog RSS feed.
The SuperTopo.com forum has infiltrated the climbing world.
Each year 2,000 to 4,000 Tibetans peacefully resist the oppression in their homeland by escaping across the Himalayas. Freedom. Alpine style.
Climate change is affecting people around the globe, and this is especially evident at the top of the world, around Mount Everest and other great peaks of the Himalayas.
Dirtbags are getting more and more creative in finding ways to prolong their lifestyle...
Yes, that is what I am proposing; THE CLIMBING LIFE free of the subjective ordinal.
Around a month ago my partner Dave and I came to Patagonia with absolutely no idea what, if anything, we'd be able to accomplish...
Don't get me wrong... I don't hate fun, but some of the absurd captions on climbing.com are more ridiculous than Tuesday Night Bouldering. Here's one I read today in Two Quick Ascents of The Fly: "Video still of Kevin Jorgeson about to soil his trousers while falling from the top of The Fly (V14) at Rumney, New Hampshire." First of all, did The Fly get downgraded from a route to a boulder problem? Probably. Anyway, here are some other caption and headline abominations from the same site.
Some young people, like myself ten years ago, thought the west must be filled with idealism, democracy, prosperity and fairness. Well, if I have to put one adjective on how western media has reported the riot, the only word I can think of is "prejudice."
Climber Alberto Peruffo is planning a sky-wide protest against the Chinese occupation of Tibet...
There's really only one thing I can ever expect when I get to shoot a video with Rob Pizem: suffering.
China may have succeeded in closing Mt. Everest for its Olympic Torch bid, clearing the peak of any possible protesters or demonstrations, but it can't censor the rest of the world.
Watch Bernard as he epics during a free solo WI5+ climb.
In a strange bout of jubilation, maybe I should share a blog that isn't mean. Just as I was starting to think that nothing climbing-related on the internet was funny, thanks to friends in the climbing industry who also happen to have far too much time on their hands, I was introduced to these...