Chris Van Leuven
Writer Chris Van Leuven shares memories of Milligan, who was killed in a fall last week in Banff National Park
A former hiking guide reveals his favorite trails in and near Yosemite National Park, with views of enormous waterfalls, El Capitan, and wildlife
Last week my house burned to the ground, and if that’s not bad enough, I was diagnosed with an autoimmune disorder
Two Yosemite locals just made the first summit-to-Valley ski descent of the iconic feature
Pearl Johnson is now the youngest person to ascend the 3,000-foot rock face
The climber fell 80 feet from a climb in North Carolina
She's the youngest person in history to climb the iconic 3,000-foot route
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Cell phone photos show that Jess Roskelley, Hansjörg Auer, and David Lama reached the summit but died on the descent
David Lama, Jess Roskelley, and Hansjörg Auer had been attempting a difficult route up Howse Peak in the Canadian Rockies when they got hit by a massive slide earlier this week
Plus, a new protocol will make it more difficult for other parks to close during the shutdown
A longtime local's perspective on the mayhem
Connor Herson makes sixth all-free ascent of the world's most famous big wall
The true story of a daring rescue on one of the Himalayas' most notorious peaks
The Californian pioneered many of the most famous routes in Yosemite during the Valley's Golden Age
To keep the small-run calendar project afloat, the photographer washed dishes in Argentine Patagonia and cleaned carpets in Yosemite Valley. But he never made money on it, and now he's decided it's finally time to call it quits.
Alexander Gukov's partner, Sergey Glazunov, fell to his death while rappelling from the 23,442-foot Latok I in Pakistan.
The California Stonemaster and Five Ten founder changed the way we all climb
Evan Phillips climbed mountains until an injury took him out of the game. Now he pours his energy into making music and 'The Firn Line,' a podcast about the lives of climbers, artists, and adventurers.
Rob Miller worked for seven years to develop a new line up Yosemite's tallest wall. In the end, it all came down to a few short moves.