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German Mountaineer Survives For 5 Days After Falling In 30-Meter Crevasse In Austria

Dachstein, Austria - In early November 2017, a 45-year-old German mountaineer fell into a 30-meter crevasse at roughly 2050 meters on the Dachstein in...
Aerial Geology by Mary Caperton Morton

Aerial Geology by Mary Caperton Morton Book Review

Book Review: Aerial Geology - A High-Altitude Tour Of North America's Spectacular Volcanoes, Canyons, Glaciers, Lakes, Craters, and Peaks by Mary Caperton Morton Are you...

More Than Just Parks Presents Rocky Mountain 8K

After watching Rocky Mountain 8K from More Than Just Parks you're going to want to plan a trip to. Colorado's Rocky Mountain national Park....

G3U Presents Backcountry Steeps: The Alpine Start

Starting early is an important part of backcountry skiing. In this episode of G3U, ski mountaineer Tanner Flanagan shares a few tips for alpine...

Black Diamond Presents Rhythm

BD athlete Joe Grant loves exploring the mountains. It's high in the mountains where Joe finds his rhythm. Enjoy. Watch Rhythm From Black DiamondLearn more...

ENSA Chamonix Presents Crevasse Falls: Do Brake Knots Work?

Before you head out on your next glacier trip, watch this video from ENSA Chamonix. In this film, the French National Mountain Guide's School...

Salomon TV Presents Dream Trip: Kashmir

If you could go skiing anywhere in the world, where would you go? After winning the Salomon TV Dream Trip contest, Swedish skier Lovisa...

Bear Grylls Adventure Park To Open In Birmingham, UK In 2018

Birmingham, United Kingdom - British adventurer and TV star Bear Grylls announced that he will open his own adventure theme park called The Bear...
Karakoram: Climbing Through The Kashmir Conflict by Steve Swenson

Karakoram by Steve Swenson Book Review

Book Review: Karakoram: Climbing Through The Kashmir Conflict by Steve Swenson The Karakoram is home to some of the "steepest, highest, and most difficult mountains...
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This Week’s Mountain News – October 30-November 5, 2017

Do you know what happened in the mountains this week? Here’s a selection of backcountry news, articles, posts, videos, photos, and other cool things...