Check out the winning video of the 2010 PDX Kayaker Film Fest!! Featuring an up close and personal moment with the Guide Tennie!
Climbing trip in FrankenJura end of October. So it will be my first post on the blog!!! Two weeks ago I had the chance to have Monday off at work ! So what best to do for a 3 days weekend? Go climbing!! At first the chosen destination was supposed to be Magic wood in Switzerland... But unfortunately the weather forecast didn't seem nice. So we had a look at the weather map and we found our destination: Frankenjura in Germany!
As promised what now seems like a long time ago, my new website is ready!!! Unfortunately there were unforeseen issues with my original domain name, jamespearsoncliming.com, which postponed the re-launch considerably. I leave for the communication black hole of Chad early tomorrow morning, so rather than make you wait even longer, a good friend of mine has kindly lent me a rather odd domain to use. Jamespearsonclimbing.com has temporarily become realbigpimp.in, so go take a look at all the new content, dressed in shiny new clothes.
Dean Potter and Sean Leary have set a new speed record for climbing The Nose on El Capitan. With a time of 2:36:45, they cut 20 seconds off of the previous record time (set by Hans Florine and Yuji Hirayama in 2008). According to Dean—we ain’t seen nothing yet!
At first glance the new 5.10 Hornet's look like climbing shoes from the future. The Hornets are a bold shoe with bolder features. One of the nicest things about the Hornet’s are the lacing system which allows for an extreme fit. Another feature that has me tickled pink (or tickled green) is the low volume last. This combined with the new lacing system make this new 5.10 shoe a hard one to beat. Definitely my new first choice for hard projects and getting the most under your feet when you need it most. ...
Check out this video of Phillip Schaal Climbing in Australia.