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BD Athlete Alex Honnold wants to be left alone. No, not really, but he did take the unusual approach of climbing alone on fixed lines as he worked to free a route on Yosemite's Leaning Tower, a 1500-foot prow of overhanging granite, that Todd Skinner had originally tried more than a decade ago. This past fall Alex managed to free the lower portion of the route (naming it A Gift From Wyoming and grading it mid-range 5.13), but the 5.14/5.15 business on the headwall waits unredpointed.
Marginal conditions in the mountains this winter have led to uncertainty and difficult decision-making when planning journeys... Read more
After a month or so back home in Italy, Laura Rogora is already back in Spain where she has climbed her second 9a with Joe-Cita,... Read more
20 years ago, Ron Kauk made the first ascent of Magic Line, 8c, a thin crack in Yosemite. Now it has been repeated for the first... Read more
Jimmy Webb has made the second ascent of Nalle Hukkataival's Kintsugi, ~8C, in the Mud Springs Canyon at Red Rock, Nevada.... Read more