Tri-State Bouldering Series – Feats of Strength in Photos

The Tri-State Bouldering Series has officially made its 4th stop of the bouldering series – the famous Feats of Strength competition at The Cliffs at Valhalla in Valhalla, New York! Check out the photos we captured from action at the finals of this comp!

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Climbing El Nido: Deep Water Soloing in the Philippines

Beautiful beaches, turquoise seas and virgin limestone sea cliffs, a deep water soloing paradise really.  El Nido located on the northern end of the island of Palawan in the Philippines is home to this very scenario  waiting for those willing to make their first ascents.

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Tri-State Bouldering Series – NJ Rock Gym’s The Brawl in Photos

The Tri-State Bouldering Series made it’s way across the river for it’s 3rd stop of the bouldering series – The Brawl Competition at NJ Rock Gym in Fairfield, New Jersey! Check out the photos & action we captured from the comp!

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The Our Land Collective: Talking with Chris Vultaggio about Bears Ears

On the back heels of Trump’s decision to shrink the size of two massive national monuments, Bears Ears and Grand Staircase-Escalante, a new project has launched in response. Chris Vultaggio & Alexis Krauss have created the “Our Land Collective”. We got a chance to catch up with Chris and ask him about the project!

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The Iconic Ski History of Tuckerman Ravine in the White Mountains

Written by Morgan Nankivell

Imagine spring time in the White Mountains: the air is cold and damp, the night sky is clear and crisp, there’s rain, sleet, snow and fog all in one day, and there’s still several feet of snow between your Microspikes and the rocky trail below. Heading up to the Hermit Lake shelter in late April, you can expect all of those things, and you most certainly can expect the large groups of adrenaline-junky skiers and boarders trekking up the Tuckerman Ravine Trail. Some have their skis strapped to packs, and some just ski all the way up to Hermit Lake. Most are completing the three-mile hike in their ski boots. Snow packed three feet thick from the trail head hints at why all of these people have come here – the exhilarating chance to ski one of the most legendary springtime spots.

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