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Vertical Life is a climbing magazine in Australasia, available in both digital and print options. Here at Vertical Life we love climbing, be it beanied bouldering, clip-up sportclimbing, old-school daddy-tradding, big-wall suffering, alpine extremism, spandex-clad competition climbing, desperate-times-call-for-desperate-measures buildering, the lot – if it involves monkey business we will cover it.
In Vertical Life #35, the Family Issue, we bring you all the iterations of climbing families we can: fathers and sons (Garth and Bodhi Miller, Byam and Braden Keil); mothers and daughters (Courtney Stedman and Lhotse Stedman Hazell); a trio of siblings (Cait, Joe and Emma Horan); families you choose (Argo Theoharis); the beauty of a gym family (Tegan Atkins); if you should add a crag dog to your family (Nick Churchill); Moonarie and the revisiting of generations (Duncan Graham); the changing cliques and diversity of the climbing community (Justin Foo); Oedipal climbing mentors (Simon Madden); 10 Minutes with 14-year-old Dylan Soin, for whom climbing is a family affair; and how becoming a parent won’t necessarily mean the End of Climbing (Ollie Kerr). Plus all our usual pretty pictures and columnists: Ross Taylor profiles The RED Project; Denby Weller on the horror of the climbing scream; Amanda Watts on who and what should influence eating; Simon Bischoff on How I Got the Shot; Claire Xian’s Precious Object; and obvs much, much more.