A hyper-modern twist on 5000 year-old technology brings new enjoyment to snowshoeing.
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.
Probably the most difficult and still unrepeated route of the Gran Sasso massif
This interview initially featured on Livellozero.net in Italian. .
“People always asked me if I was scared.
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.
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.
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. .