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Paradise Found: Pakistan’s Charakusa Valley

Paradise Found: Pakistan’s Charakusa Valley

Mar 21, 2008 March 21, 2008

Our friend Kelly Cordes, who tests gear and writes copy for us, went climbing in the Charakusa Valley of Pakistan last summer and sent us some photos to share. Though Kelly and his climbing partner, Scott DeCapio, were unsuccessful on their attempt at a new… Read More

Photo: Matt Hunt

Peace and Go Wild

Oct 24, 2007 October 24, 2007

Recent Patagonia employee Matt Hunt remembers a friend we lost on this weekend four years ago: “Peace and Go Wild” That is how Linnea always used to sign off her letters. Linnea Erickson started at the Reno Service Center in October of 2003, helping out with the holiday rush. Her first weekend… Read More

Apply Now for the 2008 Mugs Stump Award

Apply Now for the 2008 Mugs Stump Award

Oct 3, 2007 October 3, 2007

Are you a climber with a dream route in your heart but no cash in your pocket? If so, you’re in luck. Applications are now being accepted for the 2008 Mugs Stump Alpine Climbing Award. In the spirit of Mugs himself,… Read More

Yosemite Climbers: Yesterday & Today

Yosemite Climbers: Yesterday & Today

Mar 5, 2007 March 5, 2007

Hopefully you’ve all received your Spring 2007 catalog by now. I believe it’s one of our finest catalogs to date, thanks in part to Glen Denny and his stunning black and white photos from the 1960’s. Check out a slideshow of Glen’s photos from his new… Read More

We’ve Been Proven Wrong

We’ve Been Proven Wrong

Feb 26, 2007 February 26, 2007

Our challenge from the Spring 2006 catalog has been answered. Becca from Alpenglow Sports in Tahoe City proved us wrong by climbing Sundance (5.10a) in her Morning Glory Dress. You rock Becca! This really made our day. When your travels take you to the Lake Tahoe… Read More