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Thanks a ton for writing in to help clarify the publishing realm! We’re mobile on the road. Do inquire for a current shipping address. As for selling I would suggest: Posting on Mountain Project Posting on SuperTopo Ebay When we write specific place names we will give a . To avoid assumptions we’ll ask to share gender pronouns. #BlackLivesMatter #StopAAPIhate It’s also worth mentioning the Climbing Zine. Although not a full magazine, they do print a small form “book” of sorts that is packed full of great stories and some quality imagery. There’s the German “Klettern” as well. Not in english, though! What funny timing — we’re actually in Germany right now and a few days ago I saw this mag and thought, “I need to check into this more and probably add it to the Magazine post.” Thanks for the reminder!! I am unsure their worth, but would suggest looking at Ebay’s sold items to see if they have been sold before and what they went for. I have dozens nai 100’s of old U.K. and na climbing magazines going back as far as the 60’s. Including amongst others editions 1 – 4 of Mountain mag. How can I sell them and what would they be worth ? I live in Toronto. August 29, 2013 | In Reviews , Uncategorized | 10 Minutes The Rock Climbing Magazine Rundown By Alison Dennis There’s a ton of rock climbing blogs, but not all that many magazines. I wanted to give a quick rundown of all the rock climbing mag’s out there and why you might want to subscribe to them. They’re sorted so you might pick your own “best” rock climbing magazine due to what type of climbing your into or where you’re located. We’ll leave the blogs for another day . We List All The Rock Climbing Magazines Available rock climbing articles from magazinesWe List All The Rock Climbing Magazines Available rock climbing articles from magazines We’re a bunch of gear nerds who set out to level the playing field. Screw the media bias of marketing budgets, we treat all brands equally. You won’t find elitist or gatekeeping writing here, we welcome all climbers.
Thanks for the comment! We now have Escalar up . We quoted what you said about Desnivel in our article, hope that’s ok! You missed the reference magazine for the Spanish-speaking world: Desnivel. Local magazines come and go in Latin America, but Desnivel has been covering all things vertical for more than 25 years: mountaineering, climbing, BASE jumping, skyrunning, interviews, gear reviews, excellent photography, you name it. They have a publishing house as well for handbooks, novels, guidebooks, etc. Plus its sister mag, Escalar, devoted exclusively to climbing. snivel.com/ It’s worth noting, rock climbing articles from magazines although pictured at the top of this article in our magazine shot,  Urban Climber  closed up shop in 2012. Alison runs WeighMyRack from her 17' travel trailer. She is currently touring the US and would love if you contacted her to meet up to talk about climbing, climbing gear, or if you have any fun and/or ridiculous adventure in mind. Our business address is: 30 N Gould STE 4000 Sheridan, Wyoming 82801 Are we missing any magazines? Or want to give your favorite mag a shout-out? Let us know in the comments! -Alton Richardson Art Director, California Climber Magazine This post was initially inspired by a question on  Quora asking what the best rock climbing magazine was , and also the crazy downpour happening in Seattle. I wouldn’t be surprised at the arrival of a gym/competition magazine for the indoor-focused , nevermind, we found one in the works. But there seems to be room for a bouldering-specific publication as well! I’m also curious to see if more locally-based magazines crop up following the likes of Climerism and California Climbing. Time will tell! If you’re willing to pay oversea subscription fees, or buy digitally, there’s at least 10 climbing specific magazines! This definitely leaves the ability to find the best rock climbing magazine for you, featuring any discipline and writing style. I’m stoked that all the magazines don’t sound the same by trying to just report the latest news and trends. I’m embarrassed about the extremely late reply here. Excuses aside, I’ve migrated California Climber up north to the “Magazine” section and I took your advice of adding the Climbing Zine, to our supplements section. Hi, in France you also have « Vertical » which is mostly dedicated to high end mountainering It’s worth noting that California Climber is not just online. We are actually a print mag with an on-line supplement. Our focus is mostly 100% print. Instead of featuring distracting ads or creating a paywall to monetize our site, Weigh My Rack LLC links to relevent products via affiliate marketing . Weigh My Rack LLC is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to Amazon.com. Weigh My Rack LLC also participates in affiliate programs with Avantlink, AWIN, Bergfruende, CJ, FlexOffers, Webgains, and other sites. Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Good call Daniel! We should add Montana to the list. It looks like eMontana is an online-only sister site, that is more blog-like and translates some of the content to English as well? Ricardo, do you know I& I can get this mag in the UK, You can purchase subscriptions via our website or just download a PDF. Chalk up another one for the UK, we added Summit magazine today! for: Depends on the magazine, check out our detailed magazine post that lists all the best rock climbing magazines to find out more. On MP and ST forums, you could ask people to private message you with offers, or ask the group what they thing the value is. Great post! This is a nice wrap up of the big publications currently. Excellent post. Extremely useful information ???? Grimper in France, i recommand. funny climbing articles