Below is our annual tribute to Climbers We Lost in the past year. The climbers range in age from 11 to Some entries describe long, full lives, while other lives were full but heartbreakingly truncated.
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This Wired first appeared in Alpinist 50 —Summer The petition is now being considered by the Geographical Name Board of Canada. In Alpinist 50, Zac Robinson and Stephen Slemon depicted some of the ways in which the original mountain people of the Canadian Rockies made exploration in the region possible, and how their names for local mountains, such as "The Shining Mountains," came to be written over.
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Experience England's history and culture up close with our interactive tool. Uncover hidden gems and attractions off the beaten track, selecting your own itinerary and creating your very own journey - a trip unlike any other. All is peaceful now, but this fine market town still attracts much attention.
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Incredibly beautiful and dynamic metropolis - Moscow - daily meets millions of visitors from around the world. Thousands of travelers from all corners of the world's largest country, are taken hourly by nine Moscow railway stations. Each station of the capital is not just an intermediate point for trains and a building for serving passengers, but a historical monument, a work of architecture and engineering.
The first person to photograph the underground of Paris was a gallant and theatrical man with a blaze of red hair, known as Nadar. Working out of a palatial studio in the center of the city, Nadar was a pioneer of the medium, as well as a great innovator. InNadar invented a battery-operated light, one of the first artificial lights in the history of photography. Over the course of several months, he took hundreds of photographs in subterranean darkness, each requiring an exposure of eighteen minutes.