Nine pho­tos of sum­mit yoga.

Climbing - - CONTENTS -

For many climbers, sum­mit­ting means a move to War­rior Pose, Tree Pose, or the clas­sic hold-a-beerasana. For more climb­ing plus yoga, check out our AIM Ad­ven­ture U course Yoga for Climbers ( aimad­ven­tureu.com/cour­ses/yoga-for-climbers).

Ah­lam Ser­han in Bow Pose with the sup­port of her part­ner Kent Ed­ward on the sum­mit of Jebel Rum, Wadi Rum, Jor­dan. —AH­LAM SER­HAN

This is what hap­pens when you talk your­self into get­ting out of bed at 4 a.m. af­ter hit­ting the sack at mid­night the night be­fore. —SHAN­NON PAT­TER­SON

Lord of the Dance Pose on the slopes of An­na­purna III, at 13,000-plus feet, while com­plet­ing the An­na­purna Cir­cuit. — ERIN HAYZELDEN

A cel­e­bra­tory Hand­stand af­ter hik­ing up a moun­tain in south­west­ern Nor­way. — KRISTIN GERHART

Anna-Veronique L’hoest on the sum­mit of Frate Mag­giore, Tre Frati, Fi­nale Lig­ure, Italy. — ANNA-VERONIQUE L'HOEST

Yoga at Go­saikunda Lake (~14,000 feet) in Nepal, April 2017. — IVAN DAMNJANOVIC

At the topout of the Shawan­gunks clas­sic High Ex­po­sure (5.6), New York. —RACHEL TOPF

Danny Coutts (and an ar­bo­real friend) strik­ing Tree Pose on Mount Yam­nuska, Al­berta. —PAUL COUTTS

The sun rises be­hind Vrk­sasana (Tree Pose) atop the Bal­men­horn (13,671 feet), with a view into Italy’s Val D’Aosta. —JOANNA AHRENS

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