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Layton Kor rappels of Kor's Kastle in western Arizona after its first ascent in April 2009. Photograph by Stewart M. Green.

Layton Kor rappels of Kor's Kastle in western Arizona after its first ascent in April 2009. Photograph by Stewart M. Green.

Layton Kor climbing the first pitch on an attempt to climb the first ascent of Kor's Tower in Arizona. Photograph by Stewart M. Green.

Layton Kor climbing the first pitch on an attempt to climb the first ascent of Kor's Tower in Arizona. Photograph by Stewart M. Green.

12 Essential Tips for Leading a Trad Climbing Route: Plan ahead when leading hard trad routes like "Born Under a Bad Sign" at Paradise Forks in Arizona.

12 Essential Tips for Leading a Trad Climbing Route: Plan ahead when leading hard trad routes like "Born Under a Bad Sign" at Paradise Forks in Arizona.

Jamming cracks on a new route on Spring Lake Wall in the High Sierra in Sequoia National Park. From @alpinistmag #theclimbinglife

Jamming cracks on a new route on Spring Lake Wall in the High Sierra in Sequoia National Park. From @alpinistmag #theclimbinglife

Climbing a new route on Spring Lake Wall in the High Sierra in Sequoia National Park. From @alpinistmag #theclimbinglife

Climbing a new route on Spring Lake Wall in the High Sierra in Sequoia National Park. From @alpinistmag #theclimbinglife

Rick Vance climbing Seraph in the Revelation Mountains in Alaska. Photo from Alpinist Magazine @alpinistmag

Rick Vance climbing Seraph in the Revelation Mountains in Alaska. Photo from Alpinist Magazine @alpinistmag

Zion National Park Rock Climbing: The Great White Throne, looming over Zion Canyon, is considered the tallest sandstone cliff in the world.

Zion National Park Rock Climbing: The Great White Throne, looming over Zion Canyon, is considered the tallest sandstone cliff in the world.

Climb the mountains and rejoice in their natural spirit and the dramatic views they offer.  Photograph copyright Buena Vista Images/Getty Images

Climb the mountains and rejoice in their natural spirit and the dramatic views they offer. Photograph copyright Buena Vista Images/Getty Images

Chantel Astorga climbing the Denali Diamond headwall (Alaska Grade 6, 5.9 A3/M6 A1 WI5+, 7,800') on Denali (20,237'), Alaska. Between June 15 and 19 2015, Astorga and Jewell Lund completed the first all-female ascent of the route. [Photo] Jewell Lund Read more at http://www.alpinist.com/doc/web15x/newswire-chantel-astorga-jewell-lund-climb-denali-diamond

Chantel Astorga climbing the Denali Diamond headwall (Alaska Grade 6, 5.9 A3/M6 A1 WI5+, 7,800') on Denali (20,237'), Alaska. Between June 15 and 19 2015, Astorga and Jewell Lund completed the first all-female ascent of the route. [Photo] Jewell Lund Read more at http://www.alpinist.com/doc/web15x/newswire-chantel-astorga-jewell-lund-climb-denali-diamond

Markus Pucher on top of Cerro Marconi Sur in Patagonia after its solo first ascent in April 2015. From article by Stewart Green in @alpinistmag

Markus Pucher on top of Cerro Marconi Sur in Patagonia after its solo first ascent in April 2015. From article by Stewart Green in @alpinistmag