Top Articles from Adventure
Thursday, December 20,2012
Climber travels to Chile to photograph changes to glaciers, snowpack
Jonathan Byers has blogged about repeat photography working like a time machine — he finds old photographs of the mountains, sometimes in books worth more than his camera, maps out where they were taken, hikes in to that spot, holds up the historic photo and travels to the past for a moment.
Thursday, December 13,2012
12-year-old starts nonprofit to help fight malaria in Senegal
In a small African village off the coast of Senegal, where medical care and supplies are scarce and disease and infection abundant, death is an all-too-familiar event. Unless you happen to be an American seventh grader who traveled there with your mother, a midwife.
Thursday, December 6,2012
The venerable outdoor journal, which was founded in Denver as Skiers’ Gazette in 1966, will continue to operate online, and Summit Publishing President Blake DeMaso says he hopes to find a new model for eventually bringing the printed version back.
Thursday, December 6,2012
Soldiers to Summits heads for Cotopaxi, Ecuador
Before getting caught up in the destination — the 19,347-foot-high summit of the volcano Cotopaxi — it’s important to back up and look at the journey. That is, after all, what it’s really all about.
Thursday, November 29,2012
Boulder ultramarathon athletes Sage Canaday and Cameron Clayton finally face each other to conclude the 2012 season in San Francisco
One was a collegiate runner from the East. One was a collegiate runner from the West. One was showered in champagne at the end of his first ultramarathon, while the other received five stitches after his ultramarathon debut.
Tuesday, November 27,2012
Colorado mountaineer Jon Kedrowski talks Sleeping on the Summits
The New Year’s resolution on Jon Kedrowski’s calendar probably read something like this: Do everything!
Wednesday, November 21,2012
The one-piece ski suit. It’s an object of ridicule. The preferred garb for gaper days and end-of-the-year parties.
Thursday, November 15,2012
The Book is a result of sweat. Of struggle. Of pain and mishap and, ultimately, of success. The Book is, says Palmer Hoyt, “how I learned how to ski again.”
Thursday, November 8,2012
Boulder resident Clyda Stafford recounts her recent trip to the captivating Bhutan
Bhutan is not an easy place to get to, or to get around in. Just getting to Bhutan costs a small fortune, but for Clyda Stafford, the price was worth it.
Thursday, November 1,2012
Mountaineer and author Simon Yates is still chasing first ascents
"It was a miracle really, that neither of us were killed,” says Simon Yates. “We were in this really narrow couloir on Makron Chhish, myself and another guy, when just a massive amount of rockfall started coming down.”