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How to Train for Mt. Rainier - In Just 3 Months

How to Train for Mt. Rainier - In Just 3 Months

It’s a huge mountain, the tallest in Washington, a major victory, and an emblematic challenge for outdoor enthusiasts. It’s the big one—Mount Rainier—with nearly 9,000 feet of elevation gain, roughly 2/3 the amount of oxygen available versus sea level, and 50+ pounds of weight on your back.

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Solitude in the Maroon Bells Wilderness

Solitude in the Maroon Bells Wilderness

Adam’s trekking poles strike the rocks behind me. My steps fall in line with their metallic rhythm. The trail is relatively flat and wide, testament to its past life as a logging road. With each party of anglers and horse packers and hikers that pass, our confidence swells—we’re hiking in one of the most heavily trafficked areas of the Maroon Bells—Snowmass Wilderness during the most popular season. Solitude here is not easy to come by, but it’s Sunday evening. The forecast is calling for storms. Mother Nature might just be on our side this time.



Climbing in Romsdal, Norway

Looking to learn about the climbing scene in Norway? La Sportiva athlete Rannveig Aamodt has the beta for the best spots from her home country!

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Finding Wide

Join La Sportiva ambassador Pamela Shanti Pack as she makes the first ascent of her newest offwidth crack climb in the Moab desert called "Am I Evil?” a four-pitch combination of steeply overhanging technical test-piece and blue-collar burl.

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Paige Claassen - 05/01/2015

Keep updated on the latest from Paige Claassen as she travels the world in search of the best climbing! More...

Jonathan Siegrist - 03/01/2015

Jonathan Siegrist has long been recognized as one of the best climbers in the world. Check out his blog for all the latest updates on his adventures around the world!

Alex Honnold - 11/01/2014

Interested in learning what makes Alex Honnold tick? Learn about his climbing, check out videos of him in action and learn more about the Honnold Foundation, which promotes developing sustainable energy solutions. More...

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How to Bounce Back from an Injury

How to Bounce Back from an Injury

Injuries can be tough on outdoor lovers, who suffer more than most by having to spend time on the sidelines. It’s easy to slip into a funk while waiting to heal, and then be tentative when you try to resume sports that you love. People also grapple with the temptation to do too much too fast, which can set back recovery and add insult to injury.

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Skiing Mt Nebo- Tom Goth

Skiing Mt Nebo- Tom Goth

 In April 2015 Tom Goth, Jason Dorais, and Andy Dorais took off to go ski the highest peak in the Wasatch Range, Mt. Nebo.  Blue skies and great snow led to some awesome photos while out there!


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