--A new Alaskan climbing grant has been opened up. However, if you want to apply, you will have to do so before March 1st. To read more, click here .
Notes from All Over:
--A 25 year-old woman is in the hospital after getting injured while skiing. at Massachusetts Ski Butternut Resort. To read more, click here .
--A 26-year-old Bozeman man was hospitalized with a leg injury after being caught up in an avalanche south of Montana's Bridger Bowl. Gallatin County officials say the man was backcountry skiing with two off-duty ski patrollers Tuesday afternoon when he was caught and buried in the slide near Bridger Peak. To read more, click here .
--A woman suffered a medical emergency while skiing at Sunshine Village near Banff on Sunday. Parks Canada said the 20-year-old woman was skiing in an area called the Back Door, just beyond the Sunshine Village boundary when she, “she suffered some sort of seizure." To read more, click here .
--A man skiing at Montana's Big Sky resort was hurt Saturday after he struck a base-area building on Friday. Officials say Ski Patrol and a physician immediately responded to the area of the Summit Hotel near the base of the ski run, called Tippy's Tumble. To read more, click here .
--The Access Fund has presented their Sharp End Awards to individuals, organizations and businesses that have gone above and beyond in their efforts to preserve America's climbing resource. To read more, click here.
--Mike Doyle wrote a somewhat terrifying blog post about a sling that broke on him while he was sport climbing. To read the story and to see his thoughts on what happened, click here .
--Three pairs of climbers are planning on making bold new first ascents on Mt. Everest this spring. But planning and doing are two different things. To read more, click here .