In July 2015, there was a large rockfall on the Regular Route. Yosemite climbing rangers and the park geologist climb the route to assess its present condition.
Brandon Adams explores what it means to be a big wall climber, and climbs through the brink on one of El Capitan's testpiece climbs.
Climbing Steward Chris Gay takes a few days off from volunteering to solo The Prow on Washington Column.
Tristan Greszko describes the powerful wilderness experience of climbing his first El Cap bigwall.
Moving over 3000' feet of vertical terrain without stopping, what's it like to race up El Cap's biggest flank?
Reflecting on the history and diversity of style on the Salathé Wall of El Capitan.
A photo essay of the classic pitches on El Cap's popular Zodiac route, compiled by Tom Evans.
Some say that El Cap generates its own energy. When the evening sun is setting…
In recent years, Fifi Buttress in Yosemite Valley has become the playground of choice for…
Approximately 8 percent of Yosemite National Park is accessible by road. Though the iconic Valley…
There’s nothing quite like that moment in a climb when you realize you're no longer worried about your headlamp batteries dying - because the sun is starting to rise again.
In light of the rock fall on Regular Northwest Face of Half Dome, we reflect on the climbing history of Half Dome and the new future it holds for climbers.