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Caroline George Gets Back on the Chamonix Ice for Vent du Dragon
Posted on January 29, 2014

Caroline George climbs Vent du Dragon off the Aiguille du Midi in Chamonix, France after an early cold spell in Europe.

Caroline George Returns to the Ice
Posted on May 28, 2013

Eddie Bauer guide Caroline George returns to technical ice in New Hampshire, Ouray and in Chamonix in her first season back in the game.

Caroline George Finds Summer Ice in Chamonix
Posted on July 9, 2012

First Ascent guide and new mom Caroline George took a little time away for herself to go find some summer ice in Chamonix with the ladies from Chicks with Picks.

Getting into Winter Climbing Shape with FA Guide Chad Peele
Posted on December 7, 2011

Chad Peele shares his winter cross-training regimen for getting into optimal climbing-season shape.

Chad Peele Visits the Southfork Ice Festival
Posted on March 1, 2011

By Chad Peele I believe that climbing should be fun, and what better way to have fun than visiting a climbing festival, meeting new people, and seeing new terrain! I recently attended the Southfork Ice Festival in Cody, WY.

First Ascent Guide Caroline George Summits the Bietschhorn in Switzerland
Posted on September 30, 2010

By Caroline George The Bietschhorn reigns proudly on the northern slopes of the Valais and is the only snowcapped mountain visible from anywhere in the Rhone Valley. I first climbed this peak in 2005 during a Swiss Alpine Club training regimen.

Georges Take on Vøringfossen, Norway’s Esteemed Waterfall
Posted on March 5, 2010

By Caroline George The forecast this morning is for sunshine and no wind. We drive to climb Will’s route, a 400m long WI5+ climb, but the wind is blowing snow so strongly that we can’t even make out the road. The summits are again lost in a cloud of snow.