IMG Climber on the Lhotse Face with Camp 2 below (Kevin Kayl)

Climbers on the Move | IMG blog

April 28, 2021 IMG Climber on the Lhotse Face with Camp 2 below (Kevin Kayl) Looking down the Western Cwm (Harry Hamlin) Ang Jangbu checked in from Base Camp to let us know that our teams were doing well and everyone was...
The Bestselling Gear at Amazon This Week

The Bestselling Gear at Amazon This Week

April 23, 2021 | By Oghale Ekwa Support us! GearJunkie may earn a small commission from affiliate links in this article. Learn more. Home » Deals » The Bestselling Gear at Amazon This Week Check...

Ultimate List of 10 Best Canyoneering Shoes in 2021

When it comes to canyoneering, one of the most important pieces of material are your shoes. Canyoneering requires that you trek through wet and often precarious terrain for a long period of time, so you’ll want a shoe that...
Meet the Manager: Diane at Sacramento Pipeworks

Meet the Manager: Diane at Sacramento Pipeworks

Diane got a job at Pipeworks running Kid’s Summer Camp back in 2005. She only left Sacramento for a manager opportunity in San Jose at The Studio. You all already know and love her, and she’s BACK starting her...
Make a Plan | ClimbNow

Make a Plan | ClimbNow

Make a plan to go climbing or scrambling in Wales this summer. Full refund if lockdown stops it from happening. Euan and Martin will join Paul in North Wales on 19th and 20th June for a weekend of climbing...
American Alpine Institute - Climbing Blog: Natural Anchors

American Alpine Institute – Climbing Blog: Natural Anchors

Okay, kids. The question for today is easy. What is a natural anchor? The most straightforward definition is that a natural anchor is any simple anchor point that nature provides.The class know-it-all in the front row raises...
Black Diamond Reactor Ice Tools Review – a first look.

Black Diamond Reactor Ice Tools Review – a first look.

This past winter season, what with all the Covid restrictions, has definitely been a strange one and I feel quite fortunate to have been able to access and enjoy what has been without doubt, the best cascade ice season...
Team 2 at the Pasang Lamu Gate (Ang Jangbu Sherpa)

Great news from the Khumbu Valley!

April 1, 2021 Team 2 at the Pasang Lamu Gate (Ang Jangbu Sherpa) We received  welcome updates overnight from both of the IMG Teams.  Down in Phaplu the Team 2 was up early looking at the weather and standing by for...
Spreading the Backcountry Love: ‘Responsible Recreation,’ a 5-Part Film Series

Spreading the Backcountry Adore: ‘Responsible Recreation,’ a 5-Portion Film Collection

March 29, 2021 | By Mary Murphy Support us! GearJunkie could make a compact fee from affiliate inbound links in this short article. Master additional. The ultimate limited in Bridger-Teton Nationwide Forest’s ‘Responsible Recreation’ movie series just dropped. Get...
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Factors to Pay a visit to Australia | LydiaScapes Journey Vacation Weblog

Australia has rather a great deal to present: normal wonders, exclusive wildlife, spectacular shorelines, and cosmopolitan metropolitan areas are just a couple things that persuade people today to check out this place. Listed here, the fashionable entire world mixes...
The Secret Ingredient That Launched a New Career

The Secret Ingredient That Launched a New Career

  Words + Photos by Leslie Kim. The very first time I went rock climbing was at a little gym in Southern California in 2003. We got a small group of friends together, and none of us had any real rock...
Green Craig Challenge | ClimbNow

Green Craig Challenge | ClimbNow

Another catch up post. It’s a time for mini local challenges for interest and to keep up skills. Cliff came up with the idea of climbing the winter routes we’d climbed on Green Craig as summer routes in the...
American Alpine Institute - Climbing Blog: The Euro Death Knot

American Alpine Institute – Climbing Blog: The Euro Death Knot

There is a commonly used knot out there that many people use regularly to join two ropes together that is totally misrepresented by its name. The Euro death knot (EDK) is not dangerous and it is not a death...
Edelrid Finn Harness Review | Climbing Gear Reviews

Edelrid Finn Harness Review | Climbing Gear Reviews

The Edelrid Finn is a sit harness designed specifically for the younger climber – those who no longer need a full body harness but who are as yet too small for the small adult harnesses. The Finn comes in...
2021 Mt Rainier Season Kick Off

2021 Mt Rainier Season Kick Off

February 3, 2021 IMG Guide Jay Lyons contemplates Mt Rainier A Denali Prep Seminar team practices dragging gear via sled The summer Mt Rainier season is coming up fast! We’re busy at IMG HQ preparing to get our first Mt Rainier trip...
Ortlieb Fork-Pack Review: Extra Bikepacking Storage With Peace of Mind

Ortlieb Fork-Pack Review: Extra Bikepacking Storage With Peace of Mind

March 19, 2021 | By Zach Burton Support us! GearJunkie may earn a small commission from affiliate links in this article. Learn more. Home » Biking » Ortlieb Fork-Pack Review: Extra Bikepacking Storage With Peace of Mind We swapped office...
California Climber: An Interview with Dean Fleming

California Climber: An Interview with Dean Fleming

Dean Fleming is one of our favorite people and the founder and and editor of one of our favorite magazines, California Climber. Once the youngest certified professional climbing guide in the country, he eventually combined his love of writing,...
Pentlands Post Thaw | ClimbNow

Pentlands Post Thaw | ClimbNow

Continuing the catch up. I was out in the Pentlands a couple of times after the thaw in mid February. There we significant drifts and snow patches around initially. Ivor on an old drift on Hare Hill. These had reduced a...
American Alpine Institute - Climbing Blog: Climbing and Outdoor News from Here and Abroad

American Alpine Institute – Climbing Blog: Climbing and Outdoor News from Here and Abroad

Northwest:--The snowpack in the North Cascades is 130% of normal. From the Bellingham Herald: "Deep mountain snowpack and a cool, wet spring could shorten the summer hiking season in the mountains by two weeks or more, according to long-range...
Klättermusen Nal Jacket | Climbing Gear Reviews

Klättermusen Nal Jacket | Climbing Gear Reviews

Klättermusen are a new company to us here at CGR but they have a long history in their native Sweden stretching back to 1975 with a focus on ‘Maximum protection, minimum impact’ they also have a cool logo though...

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