Ines Papert on her way to a 2nd place finish during the Ouray Ice Festival in 2008. Best of luck to all the competitors this year! Photo by Duane Raleigh.
Sasha DiGiulian takes a moment to smile at the crowd during the Mixed Climbing Competition at the 20th annual Ouray Ice Festival.
Congratulations to Tommy Caldwell and Kevin Jorgeson for sending the Dawn Wall and accomplishing a 7 year dream. They showed incredible mental fortitude and perseverance with the whole world watching.
Issue 224 (Feb. '15) is a must have for Rock and Ice fans. With a 13 page super guide to Chamonix's must-do rock routes, an Indian Creek bouldering extravaganza by Chris Schulte and an interview with Patagonia founder Yvon Chouinard, this Issue ROCKS.
It's coming...Special Dawn Wall issue. On sale Feb. 20th.
Daniel Woods continues to raise the bar. Here he is making the impressive ascent of "The Process" (V-hard) in Bishop, CA. This is a huge bouldering milestone as it pushes the V16 grade. Photo by David Clifford Photography.
The one and only Jason Kehl on his Hueco test-piece Count to Six. Kehl is still unearthing stunning lines in Hueco. Check out more photos: http://www.rockandice.com/photo-galleries/jason-kehls-first-ascents-in-hueco-tanks. Photo by Merrick Ales.
Some falls are worse than others #WeekendWhipper.
BOOM - Alex Megos claims the third ascent of Lucid Dreaming (V15)! Photo by Ken Etzel.
Over 800 routes, short approaches, free camping, great rock, and a hour from Denver. Check out our Devils Head feature: http://www.rockandice.com/lates-news/devils-delight. Photo by Zach Mahone.
Rock and Ice editor Jeff Jackson falling off "Legacy of the Kid" (V9) at Sailing Hawks, Durango, Colorado, sometime in the 1990s. Spotted by Jimmy Symans. Photo by Duane Raleigh.