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Outside-In Climbing Gym under construction at Little Brick House - Beckley Register-Herald


Outside-In Climbing Gym under construction at Little Brick House
Beckley Register-Herald
He decided an indoor-outdoor climbing facility would be an excellent way to use the space, and two construction companies — Carlson and Company and Green Star WV — have been working to get the gym ready by the time the snow starts falling.

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Breckenridge Film Fest: 'Higher' premier highlight of adventure films - Summit Daily News


Breckenridge Film Fest: 'Higher' premier highlight of adventure films
Summit Daily News
'Roraima — Climbers of the Lost World' depicts an epic first accent through dense rainforest and up the steep walls of Guyana's Mount Roraima. The film is part of the Breckenridge Film Festival's Adventure Reel, ... With the winter adventure season ...

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The Twin Gems of Mill Creek Canyon: Mt. Raymond and Gobblers Knob - Daily Herald


The Twin Gems of Mill Creek Canyon: Mt. Raymond and Gobblers Knob
Daily Herald
In the winter, be aware of snow conditions and avalanche danger (ALWAYS check to be sure), and be sure to have the correct equipment for winter mountaineering. The Alexander Basin below Gobblers Knob is particularly risky. But this can be a beautiful ...

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Climbing The Snowiest Mountain In The World - Gizmodo Australia


Climbing The Snowiest Mountain In The World
Gizmodo Australia
My first alpine climbing experience was in the Sierra Nevada. In March of this year, I took a weeklong winter mountaineering course that was held on Mt Whitney. I learned a ton of skills necessary for winter alpine climbing, and the course culminated ...

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Legacy of hardship, grit still echoes along Oregon Trail - Indiana Gazette


Indiana Gazette

Legacy of hardship, grit still echoes along Oregon Trail
Indiana Gazette
Leaving the Guernsey area, I soon spot Laramie Peak (10,272 feet) to my left, the first real mountain that most of the emigrants had ever seen. It would dominate their view for weeks, “like a dark ... A few adventurous souls climbed to the summit ...

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