The Gulf is getting its first sub-zero winter destination, which comes with a price tag of $500 billion. It will house over 7,000 permanent residents… Read More »$500 Billion Ski Hill Opening in Saudi Arabia
Miquel Mas and Marc Subirana have made the first ascent of a 31-pitch climb up a feature on Latok II, located in the Karakoram, known… Read More »New Big Wall Established on Famed Latok II
Ermanno Salvaterra, known as the “man of Torre” has died from injuries he sustained after falling on the Hartman-Krauss on Campanile Alto’s west ridge. He… Read More »Legendary Climber Dies on Italian Mountain
Canada has countless alpine ridges from the Pacific to Atlantic. Some are long, complicated and dangerous, while others are moderate, short and esthetic. For the purpose… Read More »Five Classic Moderate Canadian Alpine Ridges
During their family holiday in the U.K., James Pearson and Caroline Ciavaldini took some time to visit the crag of Rhoscolyn, in Anglesey North Wales.… Read More »Caroline Ciavaldini Climbs E9 (5.13+R) in U.K.
Brittany Goris recently visited Mount Hooker in Wyoming’s Wind River Range to climb established gear routes. The area is one of America’s best backcountry alpine… Read More »Discovering Remote Alpine Trad in U.S.A.
The Arc’teryx Climbing Academy is the premiere festival for rock climbers in North America. Taking place in Squamish, one of the world’s best climbing destinations,… Read More »The Arc’teryx Climbing Academy Brings Climbers Together