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Don't Be That Guy At The Crag

Stop crag-holes before they start. Mentor a gym-to-crag climber today. For more about the growing issue of crag etiquette and low-impact practices, download the May 2014 issue of Climbing Magazine or head to http://www.climbing.com/mentors

Filmed by Climbing magazine staff photographer Ben Fullerton.
Written by Kevin Corrigan.

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Media Source: YouTube

How to Post a Video on OutdoorEd.com

These are the instructions for how to post a YouTube or Vimeo video as part of your posting. Embedding Videos is a fantastic way to tell your story and highlight your Company Profile, Job Posting or Training at OutdoorEd.com

OutdoorEd.com is the premiere resource for outdoor education programs and professionals. Start posting your Company Profile, Jobs and Trainings online today at https://www.outdoored.com

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Media Source: YouTube

How to add Images to a Post at OutdoorEd.com

Learn how to include images from your Web site on your posting at OutdoorEd.com. This is great for Company Profiles, Job Listings, and Training Postings. In some content types you can post multiple images and we automatically group them into a responsive autoscrolling gallery.

OutdoorEd.com is the premiere resource for outdoor education programs and professionals. Start posting your Company Profile, Jobs and Trainings online today at https://www.outdoored.com

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One Year Later

At the age of 23, Rosa Post suffered a traumatic climbing injury that left her paralyzed from the waist down. "One Year Later" tells the story of Rosa's resilience and the community of friends that healed with her.

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Topics: Conferences

Valuing Wilderness Risk Management: The WRMC

The core objective of the Wilderness Risk Management Conference (WRMC) is to offer an outstanding educational experience to help you mitigate the risks inherent in exploring, working, teaching, and recreating in wild places.

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