I just came back from a one week climbing trip in England. Our base camp was a small Hotel in Sheffield and from there we could easily get to the best gristone areas in the Peak District! What a beautiful area is the Peak! Miles and Miles of green pasture lands with these sporadic canyons and rock cliffs and of course big boulders! But fist let's talk about the comp in Sheffield last saturday!
Last monday we drove to Chironico to see how the granite felt like!... Weather has been crazy in the last days and we arrived welcomed by a few centimeters of fresh snow that fell during the night! The snow quickly melted down and neither let the blocs wet thanks to the dry wind blowing!! This means conditions for climbing were perfect! First we went to Boogalagga sector. After a small warm up we put the pads under a cool problem called Confession of a Crap Artist! Very nice line and a bit tall too... Roosa, the strong...
Five Ten® Spitfires, just released this month and perfect for slacklining. Check out these images sent to us from Bernd Hassman
We all have unfinished business somewhere...what's yours?!
Check out this video featuring Five Ten® sponsored Andy Lewis using the new Line King slacklining shoe to do tricks on Gibbon Slacklines.
One of the great debates in the sporting world is whether genetics or hard work and dedication dictates an athlete's success. The obvious answer is a healthy dose of both, but for me personally it is genetics that clearly gave me the upper hand in the climbing world.