NEice continues to be one of the top players for climbing web sites. Below are the rankings of some popular climbing web sites. Now remember smaller is better. I left out the big guns, climbing, Rock and Ice, exct. as...

An eye in the sky for NEice Meet our newest team members..King Kong (right) and WooKong. I designed and built the WooKong to be light and simple so we can bring it where we like to go, UP! The King Kong is...

To The Many Friends of Harvard Cabin, Seasons Greetings! The cabin is open for another season. The cabin has been a busy place this Fall. Beginning in August with a small gathering brought together by Ted Carman, HMC President 1962-1963 and prime mover...

Cannon, The Common Thread When most climbers think of the climbing in Franconia Notch, one route immediately comes to the forefront of thought and discussion. This route has earned the reputation, colorful descriptions and epics that it has induced. In...

Game ON! - October 13, 2012 Alfonzo enjoying great early season ice on "Piggy-Wiggy", Katahdin, ME   You never know when it will happen....so be ready! And we were! Alfonzo made reservations over a month ago knowing it is hard to get camp sites over...

NOTE - Harvard Cabin is not affiliated with the Appalachian Mountain Club. Harvard Cabin is maintained by Harvard Mountaineering Club for use by the general public. The cabin is operated under a special-use permit granted by the USDA Forest Service. Cabin space and tent-sites are available on a first-come, first-serve basis between December 1st and April 1st each year. Specific instructions for staying at the cabin can be found online at http://www.HarvardMountaineering.org

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Piolets d'Or 2012 The 2012 recipients are:  Mark Richey, Steve Swenson and Freddie Wilkinson (USA) for their ascent of Saser Kangri II (7,518m), India. The first ascent by experienced U.S. climbers, Freddie Wilkinson, Mark Richey, and Steve Swenson of 7518 meter Saser...

 Adirondack Climbing Legend Dies Joe Szot, 51, died of a heart attack while rock climbing in the Shawangunks Mountains of NY,  March 14, 2012 Joe was climbing a route and started feeling poorly.  He asked to be lowered. Once on the ground he...

Ice Climbing News and Information from around the Web A Word - "Thank God there are a few young climbers like Hayden Kennedy and Jason Kruk who exemplify the best qualities of alpinism. The magnificent southeast ridge of Cerro Torre has been unshackled and...

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