Jessica McWhirt chats about how mountain biking pushed her to let go of perfection and taught her to grow from her falls.
Offwidth. What is it anyway? We hope these tips will help speed you along your wondrous and wide climbing journey!
What does it mean to be waterwise? The concept conjures ideas of conservation, rationing, and drought—but maybe it’s simpler than that. On a backpacking trip, being waterwise could mean having enough water left over to still have a satisfying sip…
We sat down with Chopwood Mercantile's owner, Travis Underwood, and chatted about the Crested Butte gear shop and what sets them apart!
Summer is in full swing and trad climbers everywhere are hunting for shady crags and cooler temps. Fortunately for everyone everywhere, there are tons of places to go trad climbing in the summer where you can avoid the sweltering heat.
Gabaccia is an artist and conscious creative whose works, regardless of the medium, intersect beautifully with the social and environmental issues surrounding her. Thanks for joining us on this interview, and give her a follow at the links above.
6 am: Most of us are out of our tents at our backcountry campsite by now, bleary-eyed and making coffee. Although it’s mid-July, at 11,000 feet elevation it’s chilly with a nip in the air, and I feel grateful for…
Come along with us as we deep dive into a new language: rock climbing lingo!
Choosing where to resole can be a matter of trial and error. Here's some great tips to get started!
Resident OPL contributor Meg shares tips on how to get back on the climbing horse.