I wrote quite a long story about one 8b…well I know now is 9a, 9b that people are writing about, but for me it was an important route, first of this grade after the second baby.
Traveling with the Black Diamond/Access Fund ROCK Project, sharing experiences, techniques, and ethics for outdoor climbing.
Great climbers aren't born, they're made and the place that they learn their craft is what makes them who they are. From the people around them to their local climbing spots, it all feeds into the type of athlete they become just as our earliest climbing experiences shape our climbing style and future expectations. What type of climber then comes out of the flat heartland of Texas, USA? Well, in the case of 20-year-old Delaney Miller, three time US national champion, a pretty damn good one. We caught up with Delaney in her home town of Frisco to find...
To discover new places, to meet foreign people, to look at never seen landscapes – all these things are desirable experiences. Although, going to a well-known place has its charm too. A place where you know that friendly people, a relaxed atmosphere, endless bouldering potential, a wonderful surrounding and culinary treats are waiting – a place, that feels like home.