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Category Archive for: ‘Climbing’

Video: Paraplegic Attempts to Summit Kilimanjaro

This is just an incredible story. Chris Waddell was a promising skier at Middlebury College when an accident left him paralyzed from the waist down.

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Dean Potter’s Record Setting BASE Jump

From 9,000 vertical feet. With a flight time of just about 3 minutes. Landing almost 6 kilometers away. Dean Potter continues to push the boundaries of BASE jumping and seems to be flirting with the realm of human flight.

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Pulpit Rock, Lake Placid

Amid millionaire “camps” and scenic views of the High Peak, a small section of cliffs and ledges somehow manages to stand out along the shores of Lake Placid.

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Steve House Book Tour Hits the Northeast, Oct. 13th and 14th

Steve House, one of the worlds premier high altitude climbers, will be hitting the road in support of his new book, Beyond the Mountain.

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Rock Climbing Benefits People With Autism and Asperger’s

A colleague recently forwarded me an article highlighting the benefits that rock climbing (indoor and outdoor) can have for people with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD), including Asperger’s Syndrome. 

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Rock Climbing Benefits People With Autism and Asperger's

A colleague recently forwarded me an article highlighting the benefits that rock climbing (indoor and outdoor) can have for people with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD), including Asperger’s Syndrome. 

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