Alpine & Ice Climbing

Sarah Hueniken's 5 tips for how to improve your lead head—and still have fun.

PHOTOS: Need A Training Peak For An International Trip? Try Mount Marcy

New York's high point, Mount Marcy can whip up full-on mountain conditions—a perfect East Coast training peak. [Read More]

OR’s Best Of Instagram: Ice And Mixed Climbing With Sarah Hueniken

Whether she's guiding clients in the Ghost or sending Kilimanjaro's last glaciers, you should be watching. [Read More]

How To Not Lose Things—And Avoid Overweight Fees—When Packing For A Ski Trip

Skis, climbing gear and camping stuff can add up to one giant mess. Here's how to keep it neat—and avoid $800 in excess fees. [Read More]

Nophobia: A Tale Of The Head Game Of Sticking With A Goal

Sometimes just sticking with a goal takes as much psychological fortitude as the actual climbing. [Read More]

The Fear And Thrill Of A Ouray First Ascent: Almost Somewhere (M8, WI6)

Jason Nelson and Beth Goralski find late-season goodies and put up a mixed first ascent above Ouray, Colo. [Read More]

OR’s Best Of Instagram: Mountain Guide Mark Allen

From ice climbing in Colorado's San Juan Mountains to skiing Norway, Mark Allen's photos will have you drooling. [Read More]

Graham Zimmerman’s Gear For A Piolet d’Or-Nominated Climb

Here's the gear that made the grade for a first ascent in the Alaska Range. [Read More]

What Does An Alpinist Eat?

Graham Zimmerman breaks down the foods that fuel him when he's going big in the mountains. [Read More]