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Alex Honnold's newfound celebrity has drawn critics who say he romanticizes high-risk climbs and sends a dangerous message to others.
This climbing season's Mount Everest deaths are related to several factors that have caused overcrowding in the most dangerous areas of the route to the summit.
Nepal's reluctance to limit the number of permits it issues to scale Mount Everest has contributed to dangerous overcrowding, with inexperienced climbers impeding others and causing deadly delays, seasoned mountaineers said.
Kyle Walker filmed his own fall of an estimated 50 to 60 feet from a Colorado rock formation. Warning: The video could be considered graphic by some.
Decades of climbing on Mount Everest have turned it into a very tall garbage dump, strewn with rubbish, human waste and even bodies.
Decades of climbing on the world's highest mountain have turned it into a very tall garbage dump, strewn with rubbish, human waste and even bodies.
The bodies of three climbers, including Jess Roskelley, the son of alpine great John Roskelley, were recovered from an avalanche field in Canada.
A Madison man suffered minor injuries in a fall while rope climbing on Devil’s Lake State Park’s east bluff Wednesday afternoon.
Stair climbing has been described as more taxing than brisk walking, rowing or jogging. It can lead to improvements in blood pressure, weight, cholesterol numbers and waist circumference, according to one study.
Alex Honnold is a “free climber,” who scales mountains without the aid of ropes or harnesses. Only his hands and feet support him thousands of feet in the air.