Patagonia Climbing

20 years. 20 stories. This year is the 20th anniversary of the R1. We’re celebrating two decades of wild adventures, first ascents and classic moments with 20 stories, all done in an R1. See the Stories Watch the Video
Done in an R1 A trusted thermal layering piece ideal for climbing and ski touring, with alpine-specific features, such as a balaclava hood, and a slim fit with a long hem to stay tucked under a harness or pants. Shop R1
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The Micro Puff® Hoody Our lightest, most packable insulated jacket ever.
Long traverses and after big trail runs. Desert camping and unexpected monsoons. For never again having to choose between weight, space or warmth.
Anne Gilbert Chase Mount Nilkantha, Indian Himalaya
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Capilene® Air Our Most Innovative Baselayer Ever Our warmest baselayer features a unique airblasted yarn knit into a seamless 3-D structure for nearly weightless warmth and increased airflow with minimal material waste in the creation process.
A Very Real Possibility By Robbie Phillips
Cochamó’s climbing scene is alive with energy, much like I imagine Yosemite to have been in the ’60s. Natural gear whenever possible is the ethic in Cochamó, but when there is no gear, placing bolts is accepted. Read the Story
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Kate Rutherford Kate attributes her love of climbing to the trapeze in their rural Alaskan cabin. Without electricity or running water, she had lots of time to climb and dangle. She officially learned to climb while attending Colorado College, but a visit to Yosemite changed everything. Today, free climbing long crack systems is her passion, which she augments with making jewelry and stints as a fly-fishing guide. See All Ambassadors
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