June 2000
Climbing;06/15/2000, Issue 195, p30
Presents news items concerning rock climbing in the United States, for the week of June 15, 2000. Highlights of the Second Annual Cody Waterfall Ice Campout held February 4 to 6, 2000; Release of the movie `The Vertical Limit' in July or August 2000; Description of a television commercial featuring United States Vice President Al Gore in full climbing regalia on Mount Rainier.


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