Category Archives: Climbing
Climbing gift certificates are the perfect gift for any current or aspiring climber. Gift certificates can be used for a wide range of guided climbing activities. A climbing experience for a first time climber, classes for a new climber, or … Continue reading
Giving thanks is a valuable part of recognizing the important things in life. No holiday is needed but the Thanksgiving season is a great time to reflect on what we give thanks for. This year, I am thankful for many … Continue reading
Attitude is a powerful force and can be a game changer in determining the outcome of challenging goal. Check out my article about attitude in the Glenwood Springs Post Independent.
2013 is full blown. Have you asked yourself what you want to do this year? Goals? Resolutions? To-do lists? Whatever you want to call them, it can be motivating to make some resolutions. Setting goals can be a bit like … Continue reading
Tommy Caldwell has long been my candidate for one of the best climbers in the world due to his all-around ability and his big wall free climbing ascents. Plus, he’s a really nice guy. I remember meeting his dad years … Continue reading
Climbing movies are a great way to start your week. So, here you go, Chris Shulte on Independence Pass. “The Pass”, as locals here in the Roaring Fork Valley tend to call it, is a favorite summertime destination and the … Continue reading
We all have those little voices in our heads, or at least I do. Sometimes my little voice is the encouraging, positive voice that motivates me to do more and try harder. But, more often than not, the voice is … Continue reading
Check out my recent Tech Tip on rappelling with a GriGri, Cinch or what have you at Splitter Choss.
The idea of getting paid to climb in the Black Canyon almost sounded too good to be true. But, I found myself on the North Rim of the Black Canyon in early June to meet my friend Bernadette, a botanist … Continue reading
I’m never short on reasons to climb, but just in case you need another one, here it is: A study that suggests women find climbing the sexiest sport and are attracted to climbers.