RSS feeds have become a popular and practical way to syndicate web content. They are perfectly suited to keep up to date with frequently updated content on the web like blog entries or news articles. That's why most major web sites use RSS feeds nowadays. Unfortunately, SummitPost doesn't offer RSS feeds. Since it would be great to have RSS feeds for the "What's new" section, I have made available such feeds (currently updated once per hour).
There are two ways that you can access and subscribe to these feeds.
One single feed
This is a combined feed for all new objects (except for new photos due to the large number of photos appearing each day):
New Stuff - SummitPost
Thinking about RSS feeds while traversing Lyskamm in the Wallis
Alternatively, there are separate feeds available for specific types of objects (new articles, new trip reports, etc)
New Trip Reports
New Custom Objects
New Logistical Centers
These feeds can be accessed in any RSS reader. There is a large selection for both online and offline RSS readers available. Personally, I'm using Google Reader
which I'm very happy with. For more information check out this Wikipedia article
or this list of RSS readers
Please use the comments below for comments or suggestions.