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Chad lost on Fitz Roy

Posted: Feb 16, 2014 11:34 pm EST

Descending Fitz Roy with Jens Holsten, Chad Kellogg was hit by a rock and killed instantly on the evening of Feb 14.


Beyond being one of the world's top climbers always pushing the limits, Chad has been a great friend.


Chad Kellogg and David Gottlieb return to Lunag Ri (6895m), Sep 27, 2013


Everest direct: ExWeb interview with speed climber Chad Kellogg, May 17, 2012


Debrief: Chad Kellogg and David Gottlieb first ascent of Pangbuk Ri,Dec 5, 2011


US speed climber opens new 20 pitch route at Kichatna Spire, Jul 26, 2005


American new routes on China peaks: Chad Kellogg topping the Angry Wife, Nov 18, 2004






American speed climber Chad Kellogg on previous climb.
courtesy Chad Kellogg, SOURCE