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A true conservationist is a man who knows that the world is not given by his fathers, but borrowed from his children.

- John James Audubon


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

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

Hansjörg Auer: No Turning Back

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

Exclusive: Interview with Lakpa Tsheri Sherpa, of The Ultimate Descent

“People always asked me if I was scared.

The Joe Kinder Lynch Mob: Business as Usual

Ever since the Joe Kinder and Sasha DiGulian thing blew up, I've been feeling like there's something missing in the global climbing community’s response, particularly among American climbers.

Nobukazu Kuriki

Japanese Climber Nobukazu Kuriki, 35, Dies on Everest

While moving down from Camp III to Camp II on Everest, Nobukazu Kuriki went missing after sending a radio message to his guides for help.

Maharashtrian Style Engagement with a Twist

On 1st May, climbers Deepak Pawar and Nutan Shinde got engaged in a typical Maharashtrian style but with a twist, by adding a climbing element to it. .

Courtney Sanders: The Bigger Issue

Following recent events, Courtney Sanders reflects upon wider issues in the outdoor industry. .

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