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The Math Behind the Perfect Climbing Rope

Technology / Gadgets : Gizmodo

Rock and mountain climbers rely on strong, yet elastic ropes to keep them safe should they happen to fall. Now mathematicians at the University of Utah have come up with an equation to design an ideal climbing rope—one that would be...

AMGA and OR Present: Anchors – Cleaning Top Rope Anchors

Winter Sports / Skiing : A Mountain Journey

AMGA and OR’s Climbing Fundamentals Video Series | Anchors: Cleaning Top Rope Anchors Safe climbing techniques are a key component to rock climbing. Learn how to safely clean top rope anchors in this short video. The American Mounta...

Alex Honnold Becomes First Climber to Free Solo Yosemite’s 3,000 Foot El Capitan Rock Wall

Humor / odd : Laughing Squid

Alex Honnold achieved a life dream by becoming the first climber to free solo the 3,000 foot El Capitan rock wall located in the Yosemite National Park. He spent under 4 hours climbing the wall without any rope or safety equipment. ...

Nomadclip Carabiner cable does more than keep your stuff together

Technology / Gadgets : Coolest Gadgets

When we make a reference to a carabiner, most of the time it would be a metal contraption that we use to hook up other stuff to it, while those who indulge in rock climbing will also be able to identify with how useful a carabiner c...

First Video Of Man's Free-Solo (No Rope) 3,000-Ft Climb Of El Capitan In Yosemite National Park

Humor / odd : Geekologie

This is some brief, sweaty palm footage of Alex Honnold's free-solo climb (no rope or safety equipment -- just climbing shoes and a chalk bag) of the 3,000-foot ascent to the top of El Capitan in Yosemite National Park. Alex because...

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