Category Archive for: ‘First Ascent’

Legends of American Mountaineering to be Honored

Our second annual Hall of Mountaineering Excellence gala and award ceremony for the American Mountaineering Museum is coming up fast, …

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A First Ascent? Possibly. A Great Time? Definitely.

It’s not easy to find many new climbs in Colorado, especially fairly easy, long, alpine routes. But, I think my …

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Peter Whittaker cutting turns in Antarctica.

Awesome Video from Antarctica

You probably saw the photos from our January, 2011, expedition to Antarctica, and read some of the blog posts from …

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Heading Home & Final Thoughts on Antarctica

I just sent off a final, final dispatch from our adventure in Antarctica. I'm sitting in my hotel room in …

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Another Fun First Ascent in Antarctica

Got a surprising spell of good weather yesterday, which allowed the Ilyushin to come in and shuttle out the first …

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A Final Post from Antarctica

Weather has settled in here at Union Glacier camp in Antarctica, and we’re grounded for probably 4 days or so. …

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A Small First Ascent

It’s not often that we get an opportunity to go to an area and do a first ascent, especially of …

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A Small First Ascent

It’s not often that we get an opportunity to go to an area and do a first ascent, especially of …

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A Small First Ascent of the LiRye Face

It’s not often that we get an opportunity to go to an area and do a first ascent, especially of …

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Weather Delays & Changing Plans in Antarctica

Unpredictable…that is somewhat of the motto for climbing in general, but especially down here in Antarctica. Read my most recent …

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