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    • Rock climbing

    • Rock climbing is an activity in which participants climb up, down or across natural rock formations or artificial rock walls. The goal is to reach the summit of a formation or the endpoint of a usually pre-defined route without falling. Due to the length and extended endurance required and because accidents are more li ... Read »


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    • Rock climbing

    • Rock climbing is an activity in which participants climb up, down or across natural rock formations or artificial rock walls. The goal is to reach the summit of a formation or the endpoint of a usually pre-defined route without falling. Due to the length and extended endurance required and because accidents are more li ... Read »


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    • Rock climbing

    • Rock climbing is an activity in which participants climb up, down or across natural rock formations or artificial rock walls. The goal is to reach the summit of a formation or the endpoint of a usually pre-defined route without falling. Due to the length and extended endurance required and because accidents are more li ... Read »


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    • Rock climbing

    • Rock climbing is an activity in which participants climb up, down or across natural rock formations or artificial rock walls. The goal is to reach the summit of a formation or the endpoint of a usually pre-defined route without falling. Due to the length and extended endurance required and because accidents are more li ... Read »


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    • Rock climbers

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    • History of rock climbing

    • Although the practice of rock climbing was an important component of Victorian mountaineering in the Alps, it is generally thought that the sport of rock climbing began in the last quarter of the 19th century in at least three areas: Elbe Sandstone Mountains in Saxony near Dresden, the Lake District of England, and the ... Read »


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    • Alpine route

    • An alpine route is a trail or climbing route through difficult terrain in high mountains such as the Alps, sometimes with no obvious path. In the Alps, the Alpine clubs define and mark an Alpine Route, also called Alpinweg or Alpinwanderweg (Alpine hiking trail). More generally, the term is used for routes of crossing ... Read »


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    • American death triangle

    • The American Death Triangle, also known as the "American Triangle", "Death Triangle" or "Triangle Anchor" is a type of rock and ice climbing anchor infamous for both magnifying load forces on fixed anchors and lack of redundancy in attachment to the anchor. A two-point climbing anchor requires three carabiners: on ... Read »


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    • Belay glasses

    • Belay glasses are eyeglasses with prismatic lenses that are used by belayers in rock climbing to avoid the neck strain commonly associated with belaying. Belaying involves a person standing on a stable platform below a rock climber controlling the tension and friction of the climber's rope. Since this activity require ... Read »


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    • Brooklyn Boulders

    • Brooklyn Boulders is a company that designs, builds and operates community spaces and hybrid rock climbing facilities anchored by the premise that physical movement stimulates innovation and creativity with facilities located in New York City, Boston, and Chicago. The first Brooklyn Boulders location is an 18,000-squa ... Read »


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    • Chipping (rock climbing)


    • Climber's finger


    • Climbing injuries

    • Injuries in rock climbing may occur due to falls, or due to overuse (see Sports injury). Injuries due to falls are relatively uncommon; the vast majority of injuries result from overuse, most often occurring in the fingers, elbows, and shoulders. Such injuries are often no worse than torn calluses, cuts, burns and brui ... Read »


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    • Dülfersitz


    • Excelsior Alpine Club

    • The Excelsior Alpine Club was founded in 1966 and is the oldest Alpine club in Hungary. ... Read »


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    • Figure 8 (belay device)

    • The figure 8 belay device is a piece of metal (usually an aluminum alloy) in the shape of an 8 with one large end and one small end. This device utilities a large surface area in contact with a climbing rope to provide sufficient friction along with proper technique to be used as a belay device or for rappelling. A fig ... Read »


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    • Lead climbing injuries

    • The greatest potential for injury while rock climbing occurs when a lead climber falls. Several published studies have researched climbing injuries, especially lead climbing injuries and how to avoid them. Chances of neck and head injuries are very low and they can be avoided by falling correctly. Lead falls are d ... Read »


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    • List of first ascents in the Sierra Nevada (U.S.)

    • This list of first ascents in the Sierra Nevada can be sorted by any listed characteristic. The route taken and its Yosemite Decimal System rating are given where known. The only criterion for inclusion is the historic notability of the climb when it was completed. Both first ascents of summits by any route, and first ... Read »


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    • Mountain Madness

    • Mountain Madness

      Mountain Madness is a Seattle-based mountaineering and trekking company. The company specializes in mountain adventure travel and a training school for mountain and rock climbing. In 1984, Scott Fischer, Wes Krause, and Michael Allison, each a mountaineering guide, founded Mountain Madness. Although Fischer had de ... Read »


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    • Rock climbing

    • Rock climbing is an activity in which participants climb up, down or across natural rock formations or artificial rock walls. The goal is to reach the summit of a formation or the endpoint of a usually pre-defined route without falling. Due to the length and extended endurance required and because accidents are more li ... Read »


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    • Rock-climbing equipment

    • A wide range of equipment is used during rock or any other type of climbing. The most popular types of climbing equipment are briefly described in this article. The article on protecting a climb describes equipment commonly used to protect a climber against the consequences of a fall. See also the Glossary of climbing ... Read »


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    • Rocks and Boulder Cove


    • Speed climbing

    • Speed climbing is climbing in which speed is the ultimate goal. Speed Climbing is done on rocks, walls and poles. Competition speed climbing, which takes place on an artificial standardized climbing wall, is the main form of speed climbing, however, there are other variations of speed climbing which take place out door ... Read »


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    • Trundling

    • Trundling is the practice of rolling large rocks or boulders down hillsides. It is discouraged in many areas, for reasons of safety and environmental impact. Its practice can be traced back to rock climbers in the 18th century in North America. More specifically, "Boulder Trundling may be defined as the propulsion of ... Read »


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    • Walltopia

    • Walltopia is a manufacturer of climbing walls. The company designs and produces climbing walls and activity-based adventure attractions. Its clients include climbing gyms, schools, shopping centres, kindergartens, amusement and water parks, recreation and entertainment centres, hotels, shopping malls, police and fire-b ... Read »


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    • Women's rock climbing in Australia


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