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An Teallach's Hardest Winter Route Repeated
Mountaineering Scottish Winter Guy Robertson

An Teallach's Hardest Winter Route Repeated

Guy Robertson and Adam Russell have repeated The Wailing Wall (IX 9) on An Teallach, a route established by the late Martin Moran.
Reflecting on the 2022 Ouray Ice Fest
Ice Climbing Mountaineering

Reflecting on the 2022 Ouray Ice Fest

Ryan Vachon shares his thoughts from the 2022 Ouray Ice Festival.
Steady but Surely: Mount Rundle Traverse
Mountaineering Christine Bérubé-Martin IWD

Steady but Surely: Mount Rundle Traverse

Christine and Sam take on the Mount Rundle Traverse. But have they bitten off more than they can chew?
Sirens on the Scheidegg Wetterhorn
Mountaineering Bas Visscher

Sirens on the Scheidegg Wetterhorn

Bas and Danny are alone on the west pillar of the Scheidegg Wetterhorn. How will they fare on Berner Oberland's wild route?
Everest | Failing in Style
Mountaineering Alpinism Roeland van Oss

Everest | Failing in Style

Decision-making in the mountains is difficult. Do we continue? Do we go back down? When faced with illness, high winds, and doubt, what would you do if the summit was in reach?
Of Autumn & Ice Part 2
Benny Lieber Mountaineering We Are Explorers

Of Autumn & Ice Part 2

Benny, Alex, and Austin explored the Alaskan Hayes Range in autumn to see what they would find. Turns out, they found some seriously good climbing.
Of Autumn & Ice Part 1
Benny Lieber Mountaineering We Are Explorers

Of Autumn & Ice Part 1

Benny, Alex, and Austin explored the Alaskan Hayes Range in autumn to see what they would find. Turns out, they found some seriously good climbing.
Getting to know Juho Knuuttila
Climbing Mountaineering Juho Knuuttila

Getting to know Juho Knuuttila

We caught up with Juho, a dedicated Finnish climber, Juho as he heads of to the Karakorum for some new routing.
Psycho Bianco Ridge: Dutch Expedition Academy in Bernina
Mountaineering Noor van der Veen Dutch Expedition Academy

Psycho Bianco Ridge: Dutch Expedition Academy in Bernina

The Bianco Ridge on Piz Bernina (4.048m) is a dream route for many climbers. Just like the photogenic west-east traverse of Piz Palü (3.905m). Even better would be to link up both ridge routes and combine them into one long tour. In spite of a somewhat unstable weather forecast the young Dutch Expedition Academy team gave it a try. It all turned out a little different than expected, but was an unforgettable day.
Time to Reminisce – Climbing Norway’s National Mountain
Climbing Mountaineering Tor Berge

Time to Reminisce – Climbing Norway’s National Mountain

My home is Bergen, Norway – otherwise known as the city between the seven mountains. It is here that I grew up with a family who took me to the mountains or the cabin every weekend and every holiday. With that, I was trained from a very early age to take active breaks from a busy everyday life.
The Big Three – Climbing in South Island
Mountaineering Calum Muskett

The Big Three – Climbing in South Island

I’m not a big fan of waking up early, yet I seem to have chosen a lifestyle and career where my phone alarm has seven different wake-up calls set between midnight and 6am. It’s the hours of darkness that are the worst bit, trudging across glaciers when it’s cold, but still warm enough for you to work up a sweat that mingles with your sun cream.