Weekly Feature Archives

Marc-Andre Leclerc's Social Media Guest Postings October 19-25

Posted October 23, 2015

Between October 19-25, Alpinist contributor Marc-Andre Leclerc posted his photos and stories on our Instagram, Facebook and Twitter pages as part of our Alpinist Community project. His notable ascents are included in several NewsWires, including: Solo Triple Linkup on Slesse in Alpine Ninja-Cat Stylee Mountain, Speed Soloing the Chief, Marc-Andre Leclerc Solos Cerro Torre's Corkscrew Route and Soloists Visit Patagonia in Winter.

Carl Battreall's Social Media Guest Postings October 12-18

Posted October 16, 2015

Six months ago we posted a slideshow on Alpinists.com by Carl Battreall called "A Collection of Climbed and Unclimbed Alaska Peaks." His shot of the Citadel, in the Neacola Range, was inspiration for the namesake film by Posing Productions documenting Matt Helliker and Jon Bracey's new route up the peak's Northwest Ridge.

Chris Marshall's Social Media Guest Postings October 5-11

Posted October 9, 2015

Between October 5 and 11, 2015, AMGA Certified Ski Guide and AMGA/IFMGA Aspirant Mountain Guide Christopher Marshall posted his photos and stories on our social media pages as part of our Alpinist Community project. We noticed Marshall's work when he started tagging us on Instagram. Marshall calls this collection of images "a reflection of the greater shared experience [captured] during dusk and dawn's golden hour."

Birth, Sickness, Old Age, Death: Chapter 2

Posted October 7, 2015

Death? That wasn't something I was ready to contemplate. Pain was forcing me out of bed at 2, 3 or 4 a.m. I couldn't sleep. I felt like a driver in a car skidding out of control. I kept hitting the brakes, but the car just accelerated.

Birth, Sickness, Old Age, Death: Chapter 1

Posted October 7, 2015

MY BODY IS FALLING APART at the joints. My last surgeon peeled a frayed mess of cartilage off my left humerus as he fixed a torn labrum. The bones of my shoulder socket grind on each other every time I do thumbs-down hand jams.

Paul McSorley's Social Media Guest Postings: September 28 to October 4

Posted October 2, 2015

Between September 28 and October 4, 2015, Alpinist contributor Paul McSorley posted his photos and stories on our Instagram, Facebook and Twitter pages as part of our Alpinist Community project. McSorley has been featured on our website and his image appears in A Season in Patagonia in Alpinist 0. Below is a compilation of his work from that week. McSorley calls this collection of seven photos "lines that have changed my perspective."

International Team Completes Mt. Waddington Project

Posted October 1, 2015

International team completes line on the highest mountain wholly within British Columbia, Mt. Waddington. From August 18 to 19, Paul McSorley, Ines Papert and Mayan Smith-Gobat completed a two-day ascent of Mt. Waddington's Southwest Buttress to reach its Northwest Summit (4000m). Two parties had previously attempted their 20-pitch 800-meter route, rated 5.11+ WI3 M5 ED1.

Clint Helander's Social Media Guest Postings September 21-27

Posted September 25, 2015

Between September 21 and 27, 2015, Alpinist contributor Clint Helander posted his photos and stories on our Instagram, Facebook and Twitter pages as part of our Alpinist Community project. Helander has been featured on our website and his words appear in Alpinist 32, The Relentless Raven, Alpinist 46, Local Hero: Mark Westman, and Alpinist 49, The Question: The Direct East Face of Golgotha.

Craig Muderlak's Social Media Guest Postings September 14-20

Posted September 23, 2015

Between September 14 and 20, 2015, Alpinist contributor Craig Muderlak posted his art, photos and stories on our Instagram, Facebook and Twitter pages as part of our Alpinist Community project. Muderlak's artwork has been featured on both our website and in Alpinist 50 and 51. This web feature is a compilation of his work from that week.

Into the Shadow Chapter 2

Posted September 10, 2015

THE BEDROOM WAS DARK. Ten minutes, just ten more minutes. I curled the covers over my head. How do you prepare yourself? Soon I'd get up and make the daily prison commute. Ten heavy steel doors would open and close with a clunk as sharp as a cork pulled: ten inmates escorted to the gymnasium.



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