Alpinist Nº35


  • Fecha: Septiembre 2011
  • Nº Pág.: 100
  • Número: 35


En este número 35 de la revista americana Alpinist correspondiente al verano del 2011 encontramos los siguientes artículos:

Out of Darkness

In the spring of 2009, Jonny Copp, Micah Dash and Wade Johnson died below the 8,530-foot east face of Mt. Edgar (21,713') in the Minya Konka Range of Sichuan, China. A year and a half later, Kyle Dempster and Bruce Normand followed their path through mist and avalanches to finish a dangerous route they believe no one should climb again.

Forest and Fog

Today, Sonnie Trotter is known for hard trad ascents of routes like Cobra Crack (5.14). Twelve years ago, he was a twenty-year-old sport climber overawed by the shadowed granite and eerie wildness of the North Walls of Squamish, British Columbia—the portal to his first real adventures.


Two alpine hard-heroes confront a last great problem, battle the requisite inner demons and test the brotherhood of the rope against the mountain of numbers. Graphic art by Michael Hjelm.

Less and Less Alone - Alex Honnold

Free soloing is often called the purest form of climbing: an intense, solitary encounter between the climber and the rock. What happens when one of its most talented practitioners finds himself surrounded by mass-media attention?

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