Rock Climbing

Nik Berry on why he loves freeing big walls—and the need for nunchuk skills.

Baby Makes Three Dirtbags: A Family Climbing Trip, Part 3 of 4

Discovering the perfect sandstone boulders and super tall gym routes of the Southeast. [Read More]

Beth Rodden’s Return To Climbing

Learning to be flexible with what motherhood brings, Beth Rodden starts to travel and climb again. [Read More]

Baby Makes Three Dirtbags: A Family Climbing Trip, Part 2 of 4

Finding bouldering and single-pitch satisfaction with baby in tow in the Eastern Sierra. [Read More]

Beth Rodden On A Mother’s Baby Steps

Recovering from pregnancy, Beth Rodden learns it takes little steps to move toward where she wants to be. [Read More]

What It Really Takes to Write A Climbing Guidebook

Think writing the new Index guidebook is just climbing and shooting photos? Think 'shwacking, scrubbing, drilling and more. [Read More]

Baby Makes Three Dirtbags: A Family Climbing Trip, Part 1 of 4

What do guides do in the off season? Head to the Sierras for some fall rock climbing, with baby in tow. [Read More]

First Ascents And The Climbing Ethics Peanut Gallery

Is ‘good style’ worth risking your neck for? [Read More]

Q&A: Adventure Photographers Dan And Janine Patitucci

What makes a great photo? And what's it like to shoot high-caliber climbers? The Patituccis have it dialed. [Read More]