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stonehaven expeditions: education to the extreme
Stonehaven Expeditions plans and executes thematic, educational expeditions to remote regions, delivering adventure, geographic, cultural, and environmental knowledge to the classroom....
Duration : Oct 2003 - Dec 2003
homathko icecap traverse
A ski mountaineering expedition to traverse the 800 square mile Homathko Icecap in British Columbia. \r\nOur project will incorporate skiing, mountaineering and whitewater rafting....
Members : 4     Duration : Jul 2003 - Aug 2003
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ARTICLE: Bouldering as Treatment for Depression - A Study
A recent study by the University of Arizona suggests that bouldering could be an effective treatment for depression in adults. Climber and researcher Eva-Maria Stelzer and her colleagues discovered that the physical, mental and so...
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California 12-year-old readies for Mount Everest climb
The call could come any day now. When it does, Tyler Armstrong hopes to be one step closer to doing something he has dreamed about for years: climbing Mount Everest, Earth's highest peak.

Tyler is 12. If he makes it to the ...

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Lost Soul: The Future of Climbing Magazine
One of the biggest perks of my job is access to Climbing's complete 46-year archive, a full 342 issues of obsessive passion, wild personalities, harebrained ideas, monster epics, blinding Lycra, and incredible accomplishments. The...
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Two climbers flown to hospital after major avalanche in Highlands
Two climbers in serious condition, one hillwalker dead and young couple missing on Ben Nevis after three days of atrocious weather in Scottish hills...
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Officials: Death toll from Nepal earthquake has surpassed 4,000
Shelter, fuel, food, medicine, power, news, workers — Nepal's earthquake-hit capital was short on everything Monday as its people searched for lost loved ones, sorted through rubble for their belongings and struggled to provide fo...
New 2015 Safety Protocol for Everest
For the first 28 years of Everest exploration, starting in 1922, the Nepalese side of the mountain was off-limits; climbers launched their attempts from the Tibetan side. Once the Nepalese government opened the mountain to climber...
Will Pacific Crest Trail be the same after ‘Wild’?
Pacific Crest Trail (PCT) advocates say the book “Wild,” now a movie of the same name, has been a good thing for the 2,650-mile trail — mostly. Liz Bergeron, director of the nonprofit Pacific Crest Trail Association (www.pcta....
ParaClimb Scotland 2014: A Competitor's Perspective
I am Matthew Phillips, I'm nearly 14 and I was born without my right arm below the elbow. I started climbing at taster sessions, rock-climbing on the beach on holiday and at birthday parties but started climbing seriously about 18...
Increasing Mountaineering Safety
University students will get mountaineering instruction in a scheme backed by a Scottish charity. St John Scotland is funding the appointment of a qualified instructor who will work with university mountaineering clubs in a bid to...
Rock climb your way to the top
In rock climbing, it's all about making it to the top - and in business, it's no different. At Brooklyn Boulders Somerville, the two worlds collide. The company's co-founders Lance Pinn and Jesse Levin talk to Smart Business about...
Kilian Jornet & Emelie Forsberg’s mountain epic
Kilian Jornet and Emelie Forsberg are two of the most talented and passionate mountain runners ever to grace the sport. And now they have turned their hands (and feet) to organising their own event, creating a truly unique event i...
Patagonia catalog shows illegal climbing in Utah national park
Three rock climbers have paid a $4,000 settlement to Capitol Reef National Park in Utah for violating climbing policies in the making of a photograph that appeared in a Patagonia clothing catalog, a park official said Tuesday. ...
Scale the Rockies, no mountaineering experience required. Seriously
From where I’m hanging, on a sheer cliff face some 700 metres above the town of Banff, Alta., it’s clear that my scaling skills are about to be tested like never before. Conquering Mount Norquay’s new via ferrata “is like clim...
In wake of Everest deaths, many groups push for reform
A major workshop late last month represents a significant change in the debates about climbing expeditions on Mount Everest, with significance across the Himalayas and beyond. The “Participatory Workshop on Roles, Responsibili...
Essential Fall Guide '14: Celebrating Rocky Mountain National Park's Centennial, Join The Party At Estes Park
don’t usually look to elk for hiking companions, but as I worked my way from Nymph Lake to Dream Lake towards my final destination at Emerald Lake, I couldn’t ignore the cow elk and her young calf. We didn’t share the trail, but t...
A tough climb: From mountaineer to tour operator
The card has four small pictures of him posing on top of snow-peaked mountains. "National hero Hassan Sadpara: first Pakistani to climb all five peaks above 8,000 metres, plus Everest," reads the card. For a man with humble beginn...
Thoughts from the top: Dangerous and iconic Mount Rainier beckons many climbers
Inside the cabin, four men wearing mountaineering boots talked of waiting for the fog to lift as a park ranger, 9,010 feet below Mount Rainier's summit, listened on his phone. The weather was warming. Two and a half inches of rain...
Nepal names mountain after Everest chronicler Elizabeth Hawley
Nepal has named a small Himalayan peak near its border with Tibet after a respected chronicler of mountain climbing and opened it to foreign mountaineers for climbing, officials said on Tuesday. The U.S.-born Elizabeth Hawley c...
Mountaineers say moves to make Snowdon 'safe' are misguided
Mountaineers say their views are being ignored by a national park trying to make Wales’s highest mountain ‘safe’. The British Mountaineering Council (BMC) said Snowdonia National Park Authority’s attempts are misguided and risk...
Thirteen-strong Kiwi team off to New Caledonia for World Championship
New Zealand will send its largest team to the 2014 World Youth Climbing Championships next month. New Caledonia is hosting the World Championship from September 19-23 and the close proximity to New Zealand has enabled Climbing NZ ...
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