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"Dreamline" (WI6+, 1,260') Feb, 21, 2017 Gros Morne National Park,  Newfoundland, Canada Joe Terravecchia,Will Mayo and Anna Pfaff  climbed a new, and spectacular line today, "Dreamline" (WI6+, 1,260')....

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Mount Washington Valley Ice Festival 2017 Out For Some Exercise It's been a great year for "Black Pudding Gully". Hardly a gully, this climb can be...

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Southern Ontario Ice Fest with Scott McKay and 2 others.

Despite some gnarly weather, everyone held strong! We want to let you know that this festival would not be possible without its participants!

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The more spring-like weather pattern continues, at least for one more day. Thunderstorms are possible this evening and early tonight as a strong cold front barrels through New England. Winter looks to return behind the front, which you can check out at mountwashington.org/forecast ... See MoreSee Less

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“‘Aren’t the Bugaboos crowded?’” I’ve been asked. Well, not necessarily. In August 2015 Bruce Miller and I spent three weeks camped in the East Creek Basin alone, save for a few parties who bivied nearby for one night, either before or after an ascent of the hallowed (and rightly so) Beckey-Chouinard (V 5.10) on South Howser Tower. This is our camp on August 22, lonely and laced with snow after a two-day storm.” [Photo] Chris Weidner @christopherweidner @boulderclimbingcommunity

This week as part of the #alpinistcommunityproject we’ve shared work from Chris Weidner, a climber and freelance writer based in Boulder, Colorado. He started climbing in Washington State in 1988, where he escaped to the mountains every chance he had. The Alaska Range, Canadian Rockies and the Cascades taught him that rock climbing is way more fun than alpine climbing, yet he still can’t resist the mountains. Since 2007 he has authored more than 240 climbing-related articles for his column, “Wicked Gravity,” which appears in The Boulder Daily Camera, and he is on the board of directors for the Boulder Climbing Community, which works to protect and care for a variety of crags on Colorado’s Front Range.

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