Although it isn’t a new concept, I have been thinking a long time about starting the Ring of Fire tour. This is the term affectionately given to climbing all of the major Cascade volcanoes. From Shasta in California to Garibaldi in British Columbia, Canada. I would...

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After three weeks of running and snowboarding in Südtirol, I wonder if there truly is another place like it in the world, or if I am just bias because I was born here. Südtirol is the magical land nestled between Austria, Switzerland and Italy. Technically, it is part...

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The More Than Just Me foundation has created a project called More Than Just Mountains, where Tommy Danger, Mark Nolan, and Film Maker John Burkett are climbing the 7 Summits to raise awareness and hopefully $1,000,000 for those who are affected by the genetic disease...

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“I thought climbing the Devil's Thumb would fix all that was wrong with my life. In the end, of course, it changed almost nothing. But I came to appreciate that mountains make poor receptacles for dreams.” ― Jon Krakauer, Into the Wild When we go climbing, we are...

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Matt Rosen is a climber with a passion for the outdoors. He plays hard and is always up for an adventure. He is a pioneer of expedition style bouldering, putting up first ascents and trekking in remote areas. Matt prefers to live off the grid, spending his time...

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In the sport of falconry there are competitions called sky trials. In a sky trial falconers fly their birds as though they were hunting, but in a controlled environment. The falcons are judged on their style of flight. Meaning, how high they fly, how fast they stoop...

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This past weekend, The Gravity Vault, a stellar climbing gym in New Jersey, hosted a local youth American Bouldering Series (ABS) competition that is a great example of what I think competitions should look like. At this competition, are fine balance was found between...

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