Reinhold Messner called Steve House “the best high-altitude climber in the world today.” But for Steve, climbing is about process, not achievement. He says, “The moment your mind wanders from the climbing at hand will be the moment you fall.” Steve has earned Messner’s praise by leading the charge to climb bigger routes, from the Himalaya's to the Canadian Rockies, faster and with less equipment than anyone before.
First ascent of First Born on Denali’s Father and Sons Wall, Alaska
Solo of Beauty is a Rare Thing, Washburn Wall, Denali, Alaska
First ascent of Mascioli’s Pillar, South Buttress of Denali, Alaska
First ascent of Call of the Wild on King Peak, Canada
First winter ascent of M-16, East Face of Howse Peak
60-hour ascent of the Slovak Direct route, Denali, Alaska
First ascent of Sans Blitz, Mt. Fay, Alaska
Solo first ascent of 20,000-foot Hajji Brakk, Pakistan
Ascent of the North Face of North Twin via a new variation, Canada
Solo first ascent on the Southwest Face of K7, Karakorum, Pakistan
Ascent of the Central Pillar of the Rupal Face, Nanga Parbat, Pakistan
First ascent of the House-Haley, Emperor Face of Mount Robson, Canada
First ascent of K7 West, Pakistan
First ascent of the Anderson-House on the North Face of Mount Alberta, Canada
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