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War veterans take on ice climbing

War veterans take on ice climbing

BOZEMAN — U.S. Army veteran Nick Watson jabbed an ice pick into a frozen waterfall and started up an ice-climbing route in Hyalite Canyon on Wednesday afternoon.

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Ice climbing festival boosts push for permanent facility

Ice climbing festival boosts push for permanent facility

Joe Josephson’s work to brand Bozeman as an ice-climbing town scrambled upward last weekend with ice climbing competitions held on a 38-foot-tall wood and metal wall in the heart of the city.

December 13, 2012 12:10 am Photos

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Bozeman group proposing ice climbing tower

Bozeman group proposing ice climbing tower

BOZEMAN — Bozeman-area climbers and others are hoping to get in on the ground floor of an Olympic movement by building an 84-foot-tall ice climbing tower at the Gallatin County Fairgrounds.

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MSU professor tells students about Everest trip

MSU professor tells students about Everest trip

BOZEMAN — Even on Mount Everest, people see evidence of climate change.

June 01, 2012 8:45 pm Photos

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Ex-Rocky student making a splash with film, photos

Ex-Rocky student making a splash with film, photos

Former Rocky Mountain College student Cory Richards has climbed into the national limelight in the past two years.

April 26, 2012 12:10 am Photos

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Anker highlights Montana Wilderness Association gathering April 29-30

Protection efforts for the Gallatin Range will top the agenda at the Montana Wilderness Association's annual gathering April 29-30 at the Gallatin Gateway Inn.

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Documentary details Bozeman climber’s ascent of Mount Everest using 1920s gear

Documentary details Bozeman climber’s ascent of Mount Everest using 1920s gear

A pair of wool pants could have kept a less-experienced climber from summiting Mount Everest in 2007, but Bozeman climber Conrad Anker, straddled with gear and clothing from 1924, accomplished what George Mallory likely did not.

December 18, 2009 12:15 am Photos

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National Geographic Entertainment

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Conrad Anker and Leo Houlding test out their replica 1924 climbing gear at 23,000 ft. Courtesy photo

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 National Geographic Entertainment

National Geographic Entertainment

Conrad Anker of Bozeman, standing, and his mountaineering partner Leo Houlding take in a Himalayan view at the start of the Altitude Everest Expedition. (Courtesy photo)

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