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Beyond the Mountain
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Savage Arena
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Women Climbing: 200 Years of Achievement
"Bill Birkett and Bill Peascod took on a difficult task when they decided to write a history of women climbing, knowing that they might get criticism from all sides."

Mountaineering in Patagonia
"Alan Kearney has gone to climb in Patagonia five times. With the hard-won knowledge accrued from these exploits and from an obvious passion for these mountains, Kearney has undertaken the task of putting together a climbing source book on Patagonia."

Wizards of Rock
Wizards of Rock is a historical overview of free climbing in America beginning with its roots in early explorers like John Muir and Elkanah J. Lamb, carrying through to contemporary climbers the likes of Tommy Caldwell, Beth Rodden, Alex Huber, and seemingly everyone in between...

Collins Guide
to Mountains and
Mountaineering

"This is a magnificent volume, copiously illustrated and destined to be an inspiration to both the armchair and the expedition mountaineer."

K2: The Story of the
Savage Mountain

"There is a lesson in this book that should make it required reading for any mountaineer who contemplates K2 in his — or her — personal future. This mountain is only for the bold and the very competent."

On the Edge of Europe
On the Edge of Europe is a fine reminder of what the Caucasus has to offer(...)" “This book is the offspring of the 1991 Alpine Club Symposium and attempts to collect together in one volume the first distilled mountaineering history of the range since Freshfield almost a century ago."

The High Mountains
of the Alps

"The real value of the book lies in the inspiration it will give to anyone with even a passing interest in the European Alps. For those of us who have been going there for years, the book will stir memories and provide inspiration for future plans; for the mountaineer who has not yet visited the Alps this is a wonderful introduction to the place where it all began.”

Defying Gravity
"Gary Arce has delivered a new narrative and anecdotal history of climbing in the Yosemite Valley from the time before the arrival of white settlers in 1833 to modern climbing of 1995. Defying Gravity is a 200-page production illustrated with historic black and white and contemporary color photos.”

Stone Crusade
"What is the great American contribution to the sport of climbing? Not big walls, not drooped picks, not even Friends, The answer is bouldering..."

Big Wall Climbing
“What a relief to see a mountaineering history book by an active climber! Doug Scott’s big wall climbing has taken him to the Alps, Baffin Island, the Hindu Kush, Everest and Yosemite. This considerable cosmopolitan energy has been channelled into an enormous project: the world history of big wall climbing..."

Pushing the Limits
"Pushing the Limits is highly recommended for anyone interested in the evolution of North America climbing. (...) Scott somehow keeps the thousands of stories, mini-biographies, and photos together with his narrative, based in extensive, original research..."

Climbing in North America
"The mountaineering library will now not be complete without Climbing in North America, and as a link between more detailed local histories and more specific books on more specific climbs it is a good tool..."

Himalaya Alpine Style
"Here's a book that describes the Himalayan climbs that matter to climbers - not necessarily the climbs that have made the participants into the household heroes, but the ones that remain benchmark in the evolution of alpine climbing..."

Voices from the Summit
“Have you ever wanted to sit down with David Breashears, Lynn Hill, or Ricardo Cassin and ask them what they thought about climbing’s current state of affairs? Or maybe try to gain some insight into their passion and drive? If your answer is “yes” then Voices from the Summit is what you’ve been looking for..."

 
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9 out 10 climbers...
Beyond the Mountain
Jerry Moffatt - Revelations
Ron Fawcett - Rock Athlete
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 Climbandmore special
The Last, but Not Least Decade
Arco Rock Junior 2010
Humbles stays home - Maja Vidmar onsighted 8b+
Ice Climbing Trip to the Land of the Rising Sun
Why Yosemite? Answers by Top Climbers
 Climbers
Mick Fowler, b. 1956, Great Britain
Dean Potter, b. 1972, USA
Steph Davis, b. 1973, USA
Wojciech „Voytek” Kurtyka, b. 1947, Poland
Wolfgang Güllich 1960-1992, Germany
John Gill, b. 1937, USA
Josune Bereziartu, b.1972, Spain
 Clips
Ciubaka
Shattered
Alpine ARC'ademy video
Adam Ondra - a new movie
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Aleksandra Taistra in Rodellar - Gallery
TNF Kalymnos Climbing Festival
adidas Rockstars - FINALS
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Lafuma Extreme Lady 600 Sleeping Bag
Lafuma Roots SHS Shirt
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Extreme Ultralight 28 backpack
 Interviews
Muriel Sarkany - Portrait
Mélissa Le Nevé on bouldering, competition, grades and the enjoyment of climbing
Adam Ondra on bouldering
David Lama on Maestri Route, climbing ethics and...fishing
François Nicole on FA Amazonie 9a
Anna Gallyamova - the winner of ICWC 2010
Bernhard Schwaiger on bouldering
 Mags
Alpinist 29
Climb #62
Climbing #283
Alpinist 22
Climbing 12/07
 News/Last added
Hannah Midtboe and Sachi Amma going strong in Spain!
Alex Puccio in Chironico, Nalle Hukkataival and Jan Hojer in Val Bavona
Farewell to 2012 Lead World Cup series
Patrick Edlinger has passed away
Leslie-Wujastyk, Puccio, Koyamada and Kassay rock in the rocks!
9a for Jacopo Larcher and another 8c+ for Mélissa Le Nevé
A run of good RRG luck continues – Mélissa Le Nevé + Cardwell and Ondra
 Regions
Sella – the gem of Costa Blanca
Climbing spots of Catalonia part 4
Climbing spots of Catalonia part 3
Climbing spots of Catalonia part 2
Climbing spots of Catalonia part 1
 Routes/Crags
Ames Ice Hose
North Face of Rostrum, Yosemite Valley
Face de Rat, Region: Céüse, France
Buena Vista Social, Region: Rodellar, Spain
Comici Route VII, Cima Grande di Lavaredo
 Training
Listen to the Master: Iker Pou
Listen to the Master: mental training by James Person
Theraband - Training the Opposing Muscles
Sending in Cold Temperatures
Listen to the Master: Ben Moon
Listen to the Master: Lynn Hill
 Walls
Uli Biaho Tower
Grand Capucin
Petites Jorasses
Cerro Trinidad
Aguja St Exupery
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