"Life is brought down to the basics: if you are warm, regular, healthy, not thirsty or hungry, then you are not on a mountain... Climbing at altitude is like hitting your head against a brick wall - it's great when you stop."
Climbing Hot Flashes. Hot Flashes Climbing News reports the world's most up-to-date vertical news. From alpine big walls to local bouldering comps Hot Flashes gives you the the most accurate report first. By Dougald MacDonald and the Climbing Magazine staff. At Climbing Magazine.
bergsteigen.com. Austrian mountaineering and climbing site. Includes route descriptions of some recommended climbs in Austria. Worth visiting.
Slouppi.net. A good Finnish site about bouldering and rock climbing (born as a coalition of two Finnish climbing sites 'Pulteri.net' and 'Rock Climbing in Finland'). Includes news, few articles, discussion forum and links. Propably the most valuable content, however, is a very good collection of topos.
UKC Climbing Forums. Climbing forums are hosted on UKClimbing. There are 15 forums covering a variety of different topics. Anyone is free to post to the threads on the various forums but we strongly recommend that everyone registers as a user, to give access to the full range of features available on the site. At UKC Climbing.
Klettern. Excellent magazine about all kinds of climbing in German. Many of the stories are written in a funny style, so the magazine doubles as an excellent language course. News, Test, Gebiete, Service, Community, Heft
Alpinist. Alpinist Magazine is an archival-quality, quarterly publication dedicated to world alpinism and adventure climbing. The pages of Alpinist capture the art of ascent in its most powerful manifestations, presenting an articulation of climbing and its lifestyle that matches the intensity of the pursuit itself.
Climbing Magazine. Website of American Climbing Magazine. Very good site. Besides news, includes excellent articles in Techtips section. Must see.
Climb Magazine. British climbing magazine with load of interesting content related to various aspects of climbing. Good articles by many well known British alpinists and the home to very authoritative "Mountain Info" section. Loats of the articles as well as Mountain info are available as free downloads (but require registration).
Cold Thistle. A look into the cold world of alpine climbing. Great portion of the post seem to focus on gear for technical alpine and ice climbing. By Dane Burns.
The Alpine Start. "The Alpine Start was conceived as a way of expanding my on-again, off-again blog, which was sometimes about climbing, and sometimes about nothing much at all. Having something more ‘official’ would also force me to actually write and update the content more often than ‘once in a while.’ This site is dedicated to the ice, alpine and mixed climber looking for information on clothing and climbing gear, route beta for selected climbs in the Canadian Rockies, as well as various tips and tidbits found on the web. As such, I welcome you to The Alpine Start. Explore, and enjoy!" By Rafal Andronowski.
Rollo mixed. Pohjoisen talvikiipeilystä. Talvikiipeilyä pohjoiskalotin alueella. Aika paljon pakitusta, satunnaisesti myös sendausta. Teräviä esineitä, vastenmielisiä olosuhteita ja heikkoja mieliä. Kalottialueen paskimmat vitsit. Ulkoliikunta ja terveelliset elämäntavat. BD, Ettan ja punkku. Aika vähän pultteja, ei ollenkaan istumalähtöjä. Ei eliminaatteja, ehkä off-route joskus, mutta sekin aina pilkun jälkeen. By Tapio Alhonsuo.
Haukkari. Olet eksynyt kiipeilyaiheiselle sivustolle, jossa kiipeilyn sijasta keskitytään uhoamiseen, palan mittaamiseen ym. paskan jauhantaan. Sivustolla julkaistavat jutut ja kuvat eivät täytä minkäänlaisia journalistisia normeja, eivätkä edusta muutenkaan ns. hyvää makua. Sivuilla julkaistavat kuvat on lähtökohtaisesti ottanut Saku Korosuo, joka myös pidättää kaiken maailman oikeudet kuviinsa. Mikäli Herra on itse päässyt kuvaan, on kameran takana Anu Hankala. Muissa tapauksissa (c) mainitaan erikseen. By Saku Korosuo.
Alpine Style. Welcome to Alpine Style. These pages are designed to share experiences, opinions and photos from the my climbing, skiing, and life adventures. I plan to add news as it happens, as well as beta, first ascents (topos, images, writing, etc…) and trip reports. It is also a way for me to keep track as what I've one, so one trip doesn't just blur into another. By Jon Walsh.
Patagonia.fi. Opened to cover 2007 Pataganonia trip of the authors. Kept alive to cover various trips by Sampsa and various buddies since then ranging. By Lauri Hämäläinen&Sampsa Jyrkynen.
The Weight My Rack Blog. We’re get so stoked on gear that we started a website (called Weight My Rack) to put every piece of gear in one spot (actually, we started WeighMyRack because we were super frustrated researching gear and sick of getting suckered into buying the “on sale” gear). So WeighMyRack is for researching and comparing gear specs. The WeighMyRack BLOG is for learning and stories. We will tell the tales not heard elsewhere, ranging from manufactures to the folks that use gear daily. We’ll bring the behind the scenes stories forward, to help get one stoked on the gear you already own or the gear you could own. Really, anything gear related (we define “gear” as: the things you bring on a climb) is fair game on this blog. We want to bring the fun. By Alison Dennis & Andreas.
Alpine Journal. A record of mountain adventure and scientific observation since 1863. Alpine journal by British Alpine Club. Complete articles available as pdf for volumes 1969-2008, indexes for earlier volumes. At British Alpine Club.
Mountain Project. Beyond the Guidebook - The Premier Resource for the Climbing and Mountaineering Community. Load of info about US climbing areas (some info about few other areas well).
SummitPost. SummitPost.com is a "self-adaptive" mountaineering information website. Its content is supplied and moderated by the mountaineering community. In time, the best information will filter to the top, and the crap will go away. Initially, this site will provide information on and photos of some of the more popular peaks around the world. Eventually, the site hopes to become an all-encompassing online source of mountaineering information.
Epic TV. EpicTV is an online extreme sports channel appropriately based in the extreme sports capital of the world - Chamonix, France. We produce original, action-packed web series by independent filmmakers and top extreme sports athletes in skiing, snowboarding, surfing, climbing, mountain biking, kayaking, BASE jumping, wingsuit flying and more. Best of all, this fresh, high-quality content is available anywhere on the planet, absolutely free on www.epictv.com as well as through our EpicTV iPad app and Smart TV app. The exclusive web series are produced by top extreme sports athletes and independent film makers.
SteepEdge. Online adventures - whenever and wherever you want them. ‘Where can we buy all those great films we saw at the festival?’ The idea of SteepEdge was born at the Kendal Mountain Film Festival to showcase adventure sports films and make them available 24/7 to a worldwide outdoor community. Featuring the latest festival award-winners alongside cult classics, SteepEdge's hand-picked collection of the very best adventure, travel and mountain films from around the world celebrates critically acclaimed, established filmmakers as well as promoting up and coming talent.