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  1. Rock Climbing: Mastering Basic Skills (Mountaineers Outdoor Expert) by Craig Luebben, 2004-05-12
  2. Climbing Self Rescue: Improvising Solutions for Serious Situations (Mountaineers Outdoor Expert) by Andy Tyson, Molly Loomis, 2006-05-01
  3. Rock Climbing Anchors: A Comprehensive Guide (The Mountaineers Outdoor Experts Series) by Craig Luebben, 2006-02-28
  4. Training for Climbing, 2nd: The Definitive Guide to Improving Your Performance (How To Climb Series) by Eric J. Horst, 2008-09-16
  5. Climbing Mount Improbable by Richard Dawkins, 1997-09-17
  6. Climbing Jacob's Ladder: One Man's Journey to Rediscover a Jewish Spiritual Tradition by Alan Morinis, 2007-05-08
  7. Climbing Anchors, 2nd (How To Climb Series) by John Long, Bob Gaines, 2006-09-01
  8. No Shortcuts to the Top: Climbing the World's 14 Highest Peaks by Ed Viesturs, David Roberts, 2007-11-27
  9. Climbing: Training for Peak Performance (Mountaineers Outdoor Experts Series) by Clyde Soles, 2008-09-30
  10. Climbing the Stairs by Padma Venkatraman, 2010-02-04
  11. Mount Rainier: A Climbing Guide (A Climbing Guide) 2nd Edition by Mike Gauthier, 2005-04-30
  12. Performance Rock Climbing by Dale Goddard, Udo Neumann, 1994-02
  13. Alpine Climbing: Techniques to Take You Higher (Mountaineers Outdoor Expert) by Mark Houston, Kathy Cosley, 2004-11
  14. Maximum Climbing: Mental Training for Peak Performance and Optimal Experience (How To Climb Series) by Eric J. Horst, 2010-04-23

1. Climbing Magazine - Since 1970
climbing Magazine’s mission is to inspire people to rock climb, to seek new challenges, and to learn about the great diversity of our sport.
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High Country Outfitters Spring Slideshows
High Country Outfitters, in cooperation with the Atlanta Climbing Club and Sweetwater Brewery, is presenting three outstanding climbers in a series of fund raising slide shows. Wally Berg of Berg Adventures International - April 3rd, rock climbing pioneer Henry Barber - May 1st and Exum Guide Brenton Reagan - May 14th.
Jeff Lowe and OGDEN CLIMBING PARKS announce Cassar Jewelers ClimbFest - Ogden, Utah 2008
A Literary and Arts Festival where attendees can get up close and personal with climbers, authors and artists April 3-19. More than one hundred works of art and photographs will be displayed in a number of the restaurants and businesses located along Historic 25th Street and around the city of Ogden for two weeks before the festival.
Memorial Service for Steve Dieckhoff
Steve Dieckhoff, the Boulder, Colorado, climber, artist, carpenter, and friend to many passed away on Saturday, March 15. Before he went, he had some time to mull over his final requests. A Memorial Service will be held at Eldorado Springs Canyon, Boulder, Colorado, at 5 p.m., Sunday April 6. All are welcome.

2. Climbing Magazine Back Issue Index
Find information in back issues of climbing Magazine using the Back Issue Index. Download the pdf here.
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By Eve Tallman and Ralph Ferrara Click here to download a pdf file for the index of issues #1 - 149
This index references significant articles and news published in Climbing magazine. Each entry cites relevant information, including subject, author or title when this is a notable point of interest, and department (i.e. Book Review, Feature, Hot Flashes, Cairn, etc.). Issue numbers appear in parentheses, followed by the beginning page number of the referenced article. Dates of each issue are listed at the end of the index.
Click here to download a pdf file for the index of issues #150 - 219

This index references significant articles and news published in Climbing magazine. Each entry cites relevant information, including subject, author or title when this is a notable point of interest, and department (i.e. Book Review, Feature, Hot Flashes, Cairn, etc.). Issue numbers appear in parentheses, followed by the beginning page number of the referenced article. Dates of each issue are listed at the end of the index.

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4. Climbing - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
climbing is the activity of using one s hands or feet to ascend a steep object. It is done both for recreation (to reach an inaccessible place,
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Jump to: navigation search For other uses, see Climbing (disambiguation) Rock climbers on Valkyrie at The Roaches in Staffordshire, England. A competitor in a rope climbing event, at Lyon 's Part-Dieu shopping centre. Climbing is the activity of using one's hands and feet (or indeed any other part of the body) to ascend a steep object. It is done both for recreation (to reach an inaccessible place, or for its own enjoyment) and professionally, as part of activities such as maintenance of a structure, or military operations. Climbing activities include:
  • Mountain climbing (Mountaineering): Ascending mountains for sport or recreation. It often involves rock and/or ice climbing. Rock climbing : Ascending rock formations, often using climbing shoes and a chalk bag . Equipment such as ropes, bolts, nuts, hexes and camming devices are normally employed, either as a safeguard or for artificial aid. Ice climbing : Ascending ice or hard snow formations using special equipment designed for the purpose, usually ice axes and crampons . Protective equipment is similar to rock climbing, although protective devices are different (ice screws, snow wedges).

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LarryB hits up the photo clinic that includes Chris Sharma, John Evans and Devaki Murch. Great pointers from great climbers
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With 17 ascents of Denali and 242 ascents of Mount Rainier, Dave Hahn is one of the most successful climbing guides of his generation. We find out how he keeps himself and his clients alive.
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Eric Horst: Getting a Boost from Pilates
Cross-training is a good way to stay sharp. But what about being able to strrrretch to grab the next hold? A simple Pilates workout can get you going especially when it's demonstrated by certified Pilhotties.

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Ian belays Noah on a steep limestone sport route at Jack’s Canyon in central Arizona. Photo © Stewart M. Green I received an email a few days ago from Tim asking my advice on what he should buy for a starter rack of sport climbing equipment. I had taken Tim and his wife Angela on a guided climbing lesson last August at Red Rock Canyon on the west side of Colorado Springs. They were total rookies. They hadn’t even climbed in an indoor gym in their hometown of San Diego, but they wanted to give climbing a try. It looked like a lot of fun. I took them up a half-dozen routes, showed them how to tie into the rope , how to belay , how to lower and rappel, and how to be safe on the rocks. They loved it. Tim wrote me last fall, saying they had meet some other climbers at the gym and been out top-roping on some bolted cliffs. Now he wanted to start doing some easy leads and asked what equipment a novice climber should buy. I sent him a list of essential sport climbing gear , including a rope, quickdraws, and personal gear. Today he wrote me back and said he had just bought everything he needed and was heading up to Joshua Tree for the weekend to break it in. He’s gonna have fun!

8. Grog's Climbing Knots Index
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These animated knots are for climbers, rescue workers, arborists, tower-climbers, and others who use rope in man-carrying applications. The knots can be selected from the index on the left, by their pictures above, or from a page which describes their various uses . This selection is based on a thorough review of resources on the internet combined with consultation with, and feedback from, experienced climbers.
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A climbing rope is typically about 60 meters, or 200 feet, long. However, longer ropes are available, up to and in excess of 85 meters. Climbing ropes have changed greatly with the introduction of newer materials. Today's ropes are stronger, lighter, and thinner and come with different characteristics:
  • Static ropes are more durable, more resistant to abrasion, and lack elasticity. They should only be employed where shock loading never occurs: rapelling (abseiling), spelunking, or canyoning. They can be used to belay a climber. However, a

9. Climbing Merit Badge
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10. NEClimbs : New England And New Hampshire Rock And Ice Climbing And Conditions Ic
NEClimbs is the home of rock and ice climbing in New England, including New Hampshire, Maine and Vermont. It has realtime weather reports from the base of
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11. Climbing Gear Harnesses, Ropes, Carabiners, Ice Axes, Crampons
Mountaineeering axes are used for offtrail travel, glacier and snow climbing, and, in combination with other tools, for ice climbing.

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12. Tradgirl - Climbing FAQ
Frequently asked questions about rock climbing, including sections on beginner questions, buying rock climbing gear, caring for your rock climbing gear,
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13. Boise Climbs Sandy Epeldi, Boise Idaho Rockclimbing Guidebook Climb Climbing Bas
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14. All Climbing
Blogging on climbing, bouldering, mountaineering, and training.
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15. Rock Climbing Info, News, Pictures, Forum, Shop, Travel And Community @ ABC-of-R
Worlds largest Rock climbing portal including information articles, newsdesk, gear shop, travel services, pictures, forum and community.

16. Climbing In The Mountaineers
Mountaineering and climbing with The Mountaineers, Seattle Branch.
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17. Card Games: Climbing Games
Overview of five games The Big Two/Choi Dai Di, Zheng Shangyou, Zheng Fen, Tien Len, and President/Asshole/Scum.
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In climbing games, each player in turn must play a higher card (or combination of cards) than the previous player. A player who cannot or does not wish to beat the previous play can pass. This continues for as many rounds as necessary until someone makes a play which no one will beat. That player wins the "trick" and leads to another one. Because players can pass, their cards are not used at an equal rate and some will run out before others. Often the aim is to get rid of cards, but sometimes it may be to win cards in "tricks". Climbing games, like trick taking games and beating games , must have a card ranking order. Often higher cards beat lower ones irrespective of suit. Usually it is possible to play combinations as well as single cards, so these too must be ranked. Climbing games are quite widespread in the orient, especially China. Only in recent years have they become known in the West. Games include Zheng Shangyou, Big Two, Asshole (Trouduc, Bum) In many games of this group a mock social status, ranging (for example) from emperor to peasant, is awarded to the players according to how well they do on a hand. This status is then perpetuated in subsequent hands by making the losers give away their best cards to the winners, as well as suffering other indignities. This social dimension appears not only in climbing games but also in certain trick taking games such as the Russian game

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Women climbing a site for anything and everything about women climbing. Bios, history, gear, events, clubs and organizations, quotes. Chat with other women,
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20. Mount Rainier National Park - Climbing (U.S. National Park Service)
Use this website to gather information on weather, route conditions, avalanche information, climbing Permits Fees, Regulations, guide services,
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Mount Rainier, the most heavily glaciated peak in the contiguous United States, offers an exciting challenge to the mountaineer. Each year thousands of people successfully climb this 14,410 foot active volcano. Use this website to gather information on weather route conditions avalanche information Regulations ... guide services , and other things you need to know before you climb . If you would like more information, contact Mount Rainier climbing rangers at (360) 569-6009.

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