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www.boulderingonline.pl Rock climbing and bouldering pictures and news climbed one of the best boulder in ticino: i portici 8a+ in...
climbed one of the best boulder in ticino: i portici 8a+ in osogna
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Drool worthy gear closet
lol look it’s the eroom but with pataguccis…
Getting there! Thanks dad for the new rope and Chacos. Thank you Herman for the new locking carabiners!
Very potential future. I have half of this already.
Haha same.. 
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Zimny Dół, Poland
www.boulderingonline.pl Rock climbing and bouldering pictures and news Colin Haley: “Into the flood again. In November 2010 I made the...
Colin Haley: “Into the flood again. In November 2010 I made the first solo ascent of Aguja Standhardt. From that moment on, Torre Egger became the focus of my soloing aspirations. During the past five years I have spent so much time daydreaming about this goal, about what skills I needed to develop, about what strategy to adopt, about what equipment to take, and about whether or not I had the gumption to make it happen. In 2011 I started teaching myself how to rope-solo efficiently, all the while with Torre Egger in mind. Over the past few years I actually hiked into the Torre Valley to make an attempt a couple times, but either the weather wasn’t right, the conditions weren’t right, or I didn’t have the nerve at that moment. A few times, even as recently as two months ago, I wrote off the dream completely, resigned that I wasn’t up for it. Yesterday everything finally came together: The weather was beautiful, the conditions pretty good, I’m a much better climber than I was five years ago, and I felt no apprehension. I left the Noruegos bivouac at about 12:45, and arrived on the summit of Torre Egger about sixteen and a half hours later, having also made the first solo ascent of Punta Herron in the process. The ascent went faster and more smoothly than I had ever hoped for. The descent, on the other hand, was a bit of an epic, but that’s another story. In my experience my solo ascents generally are under appreciated relative to ascents with partners - I think this is partially because soloing doesn’t produce rad photos, and mostly because people don’t fully appreciate the difference compared to climbing with a partner. The few people who engage in this game of big, technically-difficult, alpine-style soloing are the ones who truly understand. Regardless, I’m sure that yesterday’s climb is among the very best climbing accomplishments I have made in my life thus far. Very tired, very stoked. @patagonia_climb @petzl_official @lasportivana #nosummitnoparty”
www.boulderingonline.pl Rock climbing and bouldering pictures and news Colin Haley: “ Feed my will to feel this moment.“ The...
Colin Haley: “"Feed my will to feel this moment.“ The first part of the Torres Traverse is up Cerro Standhardt, which we climbed via Exocet. Since this climb is done all in crampons, it was my lead block. It isn’t an especially difficult climb for me in general, but in late-season conditions the ice is more difficult, we were climbing as quickly as possible, and short-fixing three pitches of ice chimney with seven ice screws makes for some serious runouts. @patagonia_climb @petzl_official @lasportivana @trailbutter #nosummitnoparty”
www.boulderingonline.pl Rock climbing and bouldering pictures and news Congratulations to Patagonia ambassador Barry Blanchard. His...
Congratulations to Patagonia ambassador Barry Blanchard. His book, The Calling: A Life Rocked by Mountains, just won the The Boardman Tasker Prize
for mountain literature. “This is one of the finest mountaineering books to appear for many years and it is destined to become a classic of that genre.”
You can read an excerpt here
The Calling is the second title from Patagonia Books to win this prestigious award. Steve House’s book, Beyond the Mountain, won in 2007. 
www.boulderingonline.pl Rock climbing and bouldering pictures and news Congratulations to Patagonia ambassador Kelly Cordes. His book,...
Congratulations to Patagonia ambassador Kelly Cordes. His book, The Tower: A Chronicle of Climbing and Controversy on Cerro Torre, just won best Mountain & Wilderness Literature - Non Fiction (The Jon Whyte Award) at the 2015 Banff Mountain Film and Book Festival, and the 2015 National Outdoor Book Award for Non-Fiction Outdoor Literature.
You can read an excerpt here.
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Morning views
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No strings attached