Submitted by Brad
Join Sigurd, Ems, Gaute and Ole Marius as they explore some of the classic Norwegian mountains, such as Romsdalshorn, Innerdalstårnet, Snøhetta and Gaustatoppen. As they conquer the classics and gradually fulfil their tick list, they realize that all though the surrounding mountains might not be as tall, aesthetic and easy accessed as the classics, these mountains holds their own beauty and peculiarity. They joy of venturing into unknown terrain reveals hidden dangers as well as gams, and often, the ugly duckling will show its true nature for those who search.
Submitted by InfinityList
We look back at 2011 when Russian climber and B.A.S.E. jumper Valery Rozov broke another record. For the very first time in history, while wearing a wingsuit, he jumped from the Italian slope of Mont Blanc at over 200 km/h and landed on the Brenva Glacier after an 800-meter flight in freefall.
Il climber e B.A.S.E. jumper Valery Rozov ha infranto un altro record: l’atleta ha indossato la tuta alare e, per la prima volta nella storia, è saltato dal versante italiano del Monte Bianco, superando la velocità di 200 Km/h e atterrando sul ghiacciaio Brenva dopo 800 metri di freefall.
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Submitted by brian goldstone
‘We are climbers first, disabled second,’ says Arc’teryx athlete Craig DeMartino. ‘If you’re a climber, you want to climb El Cap.’ Gimp Monkeys follows DeMartino, Jarem Frye and Pete Davis’ successful ascent of Zodiac, a 1,800-foot route on the Southeast Face of El Capitan in Yosemite National Park.