It’s Halloween season. The most stressful part of Halloween, for me, is trying to figure out a good Halloween costume.
“To send: to climb a route or complete a boulder problem with zero falls.” Ideally, when we show up prepared, psyched and try hard, we’ll send that climb we’ve been eyeing, right?
We've outlined some opportunities to get your book smarts on and learn about our favorite topic, the great outdoors!
Offwidth. What is it anyway? We hope these tips will help speed you along your wondrous and wide climbing journey!
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.
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…
Choosing where to resole can be a matter of trial and error. Here's some great tips to get started!
Fellow climbers, we’ve all been there. Snapping at your partner for not giving you a tight enough belay, getting frustrated at the anchors when you’re belaying from above, trying to be encouraging when somehow you only start an argument.
Generally, enjoy yourself. Climbing photography is an art form, and you can experiment with it as such.
As climbers, we want to protect and preserve the climbing areas we frequent to the best of our ability.