Tag Archives: Sport Climbing
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I enjoyed this video about Dani Andrada because it was good to hear from someone else who enjoys putting up new routes as well as rebolting old routes for the benefit of the community. I appreciate the work people put … Continue reading
Putting in new routes always carries certain challenges and obstacles, which is part of the allure for route developers like myself. New routing offers and adventuresome break from the day-to-day clipping of bolts or reading of topos for established routes. … Continue reading
From Rock and Ice’s Alison Osisus, Fighting the Good Fight: Against Ourselves This is a great read and an important one to remind all of us about how we shouldn’t let our guard down when climbing. Climbers tend to get … Continue reading
I really enjoyed this article, Low Hanging Fruit, by Andrew Bisharat about climbing in Venezuela and a climber/farmer/good guy named Jose Miranda. I had the great pleasure of meeting Jose when he lived in the Roaring Fork Valley and climbed … Continue reading
Halfway up the pitch, I fruitlessly shook my lactate-filled arms, perplexed by the chalk a long reach away in the opposite direction of where I found myself perched. Chris swore the pitch was 10+, but now I heard a faint … Continue reading