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Our read­ers share their climber art.

Moun­tains have al­ways had a ten­dency to in­spire, and since climbers spend so much time in them, it’s no won­der our sport is full of artists. Here are nine pieces of climb­ing-in­spired art, sub­mit­ted by our read­ers.

— HEATHER D. MULLIN (@ MISS_ HEATHER_ D)

Climb­ing gives me an op­por­tu­nity to see a side of the world that many oth­ers will never ex­pe­ri­ence. It re­veals the mys­ti­cal in an al­ready-beau­ti­ful world. My art al­lows me to share that vi­sion.

— KASEY SPARADEO ( KASEYSMIND.COM)

My pas­sion is climb­ing, and my hobby is il­lus­tra­tion. When you com­bine the two, you get an il­lus­trated ver­sion of me do­ing what I love.

—VELJKO MILJANIC

I am 13 years old, and I’ve been draw­ing since I picked up a pen­cil. My art is in­spired by climb­ing be­cause I spend a lot of time in the moun­tains.

— KASSIA THORMAHLEN ( COLOROCKDO. ETSY.COM)

I have a full-time Etsy store and a goal to help ev­ery dirt­bag af­ford rope art. I up­cy­cle 100% of my ropes and sell the rugs for cheap.

—JOSH WULFF

I grew up in Alaska star­ing at this moun­tain, wait­ing for my turn to stand on top of it for just a mo­ment.

—ANNA KUTKIEWICZ ( CRUXCRAFTS. ETSY.COM)

I cre­ate flex­i­ble, mag­netic mini climbers made to look like you, down to your har­ness, chalk­bag, and shoes. They climb on your fridge for hours of fun!

—MARY GIEHL

I use dif­fer­ent crochet stitches to make jew­elry from cordelette.

— DAVID BONAN ( DAVEBONAN.COM)

A draw­ing of the clas­sic Cerro Torre and sur­round­ing peaks in Patag­o­nia.

—JA­COB MADER

My pen and ink draw­ing of Dev­ils Tower, Wy­oming.

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