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- Hunter S. Thompson


Is this the bouldering revolution we’ve all been waiting for? The first generation of Indian climbing bums leads the charge. Here are a few of their stories.

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Kayaking’s Elite Return to India at the Malabar River Festival

During the week of July 18th to 22nd, the Malabar River Festival returned to Kerala, India with one of the biggest cash prizes in whitewater kayaking in the world.

Meet The World Class Academy, the School Raising the World’s Best Outdoor Athletes

This article supplements an upcoming feature in the print edition of The Outdoor Journal.

One Indian Woman’s Climbing Journey: Battling Social Stereotypes

For five years, Prerna Dangi perfected her climbing, whilst dealing with frequent issues of body image and gender bias in India.

Devil’s Weed, Gran Sasso. 10 years Later, and Still Unrepeated.

Probably the most difficult and still unrepeated route of the Gran Sasso massif

50HP World Record Attempt: Colin O’Brady Teams Up With The Outdoor Journal

The Outdoor Journal is delighted to announce that they have teamed up with Colin O'Brady for his 50HP World Record Attempt. .

Colin O’Brady Profile: Explorers Grand Slam World Record Holder

Raised in Portland Oregon, Colin has faced real challenges in life, such as being told he might not be able to walk again. However, Colin’s never say die attitude only spurs him on to achieve more.

Hansjörg Auer: No Turning Back

This interview initially featured on Livellozero.net in Italian. .

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