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Climbing back from Cancer

June 2017 I slowly awake out of a deep anesthesia-induced slumber. I have a massive tube shoved down my throat emptying my stomach contents. My mom is there. “What happened?” I ask her. I’m still hopeful that when they did the exploratory…
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Be a Climber: Quitting (and re-creating) Your Day Job

The juxtaposition of my life does not go unnoticed by my closest friends and family. On one hand I love order, control, routine. Type A personality stuff. On the other hand, the well-defined and fully explored bores me to death and I crave adventure,…
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10 Alpine Climbing Tips

Are you dreaming of high alpine peaks? Beautiful sublime faces of rock and ice? Surreal corniced ridges and crimson sunsets? Alpine climbing is one of the most committing and unforgiving forms of climbing, but with a little practice and solid…
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Pata-pnemonia

Fitz Roy in early morning from Niponino camp. Sunny.  Warm.  Breezy. Chalten, Argentina. Still coughing, been a week.  It is not awful but it is not desirable. Jon Schaffer, Clay Kennedy and I hiked up to Niponino Thursday amidst ha...