Television

Discovery Channel – Creators of Everest: Beyond the Limit and other amazing shows.

National Geographic Channel – The source of much awesomeness. Check out their Exploration & Adventure section.

Magazines & Journals

The American Alpine Journal – Published since 1929, The American Alpine Journal is the premiere annual record of significant mountaineering and long rock climbing ascents worldwide. American Alpine Club members receive the 500-page American Alpine Journal (retail $35) free with membership.

Alpinist – Alpinist Magazine is an archival-quality, quarterly publication dedicated to world alpinism and adventure climbing. The pages of Alpinist capture the art of ascent in its most powerful manifestations, presenting an articulation of climbing and its lifestyle that matches the intensity of the pursuit itself.

Climbing Magazine – Climbing Magazine’s mission is to inspire people to rock climb, to seek new challenges, and to learn about the great diversity of our sport.

Rock and Ice Magazine – Rock and Ice is the only climber-owned and operated climbing magazine. We publish authentic and accurate features and tales from the top climbing writers.

Gripped – Source for Canadian climbing news, condition reports, gear reviews, and more.

Rock – Rock is Australia’s climbing magazine. Rock is published four times a year (in January, April, July and October). Since 1978 Rock has been the voice of Australia’s climbers and continues to be the benchmark and reference point for the climbing community.

Urban Climber – Focused on the world of urban climbing, including downloads and gym information.

PlanetMountain.com – The English version of the comprehensive Italian climbing site.

The Mountaineers Magazine – The Mountaineers was formed in 1906 to explore the wild areas and peaks surrounding the still-young city of Seattle. The club grew in leaps and bounds, eventually reaching a high point of 15,000 members in the 1990′s. Today, the club is home to around 10,500 active members.