by Alan Cattabriga For almost two years this climb has been occupying space in my head, this Evolution Traverse and for that same amount of time, almost everything I've done in the mountains of the northeast has been geared to...

Trip Report by Pcooke The GPS on the DeHaviland Otter we’re flying is showing “Danger – Terrain Ahead” in white letters on a red background. It’s the type of message that usually serves as a precursor to slamming into the...

by Ian Osteyee Adirondack Mountain Guides Blind Climber Erik Weihenmayer had a couple of talks to give in London, so he decided that it was a good time to visit Scotland and climb the legendary Ben Nevis. The blind climber may...

Trip Report Crawford Notch,  NH - North Conway Ice Fest Weekend By Alan Cattabriga I spent four days in the Saco River Valley last wk. and climbed on Mt. Webster everyday, it's an awesome, complex climbing area with ton's of fun...

The Power of Light A Trip Report December 16-21 2009 It wasn't long after Doug caught wind of the rule changes in Baxter State Park that I got a phone call from him. His question was a no brainier.......

North Island, New Zealand Graham Johnson climbing Ice on Mt. Ruapehu. Photo by: F. Stephens

by Robert Ginieczki There are few words that can describe the Canadian Rockies, especially along the Icefields Parkway corridor between Banff and Jasper. I guess the word ‘core’ and ‘dramatic’ are about all that come to mind for now, at...

By Ian Osteyee Porters crossing a foot bridge enroute to Namche. On this season’s trip to Nepal we traveled through London, Delhi, and then on to Kathmandu. Our goal - to climb the 700-meter water-ice climb, "Losar ",  WI5, VI, in the...