Kevin Jorgeson again marked one of the great challenges. After overcoming after more than 6 years of trying the Dawn Wall, this time joins Jacob Cook to try to overcome one of the most difficult fissures of the world: the Tom Egan Memorial Route, Spire in Snowpatch of the Bugaboos, in the British Columbia Canada. The route, intimidating a rift over 7 meters in which only you can embed a finger, was cotada 8c + by Will Stanhope y Matt Segal who made the first in August 2015. Still hopes to be repeated

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anticuarentena solutions #06: Adam Ondra and Disbelief, 9b. One of the hardest routes in North America

Is it strange for a weekend without fresh news or climbing videos, truth? Well, do not worry! In Escalating we continue rummaging in ...
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anticuarentena solutions #05: Fight Club (9b), by Alex Megos

Another day we continue with our series of articles antiaburrimiento, specially prepared for the days when the scarce climbing news to ...

Melissa Le Neve, stronger than vinegar

A Melissa Le Neve quarantine has caught on German soil, so it takes homebound almost the same time ...

The story Hard rock climber Eleonora Delnevo from Bergamo on Covid-19

Today we want to approach a very tough story that comes directly from Bergamo, the epicenter of the pandemic caused by the Covid-19 ...

Discovering Yosemite Valley – part II: An interactive virtual tour of the park

If you liked the first part of our special report on Yosemite Valley, Today we want to show a great way to enter ...
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anticuarentena solutions #04: The Nose, climbing freestyle, por Jorg Verhoeven

In this new installment in our collection antiaburrimiento want to remember the rise freestyle one of the most historic routes ...

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