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South for the Winter - Aicacia Young

South for the Winter - Aicacia Young
December 26, 2013 -  Aicacia Young

I’m not usually much of a boulderer. I boulder at the gym for strength training periodically, but it’s not my favorite type of climbing. A number of awkward falls sort of paved the way for me to enjoy sport climbing much more than bouldering. So, in an attempt to train my weaknesses and get out of my comfort zone, I decided to give bouldering another shot. When the opportunity arose for me to climb at Hueco Tanks, one of the best bouldering destinations in the world, I jumped at the chance. I packed up my barely-used crashpad and my...

Ode to Car Camping in Style - Jess Taverna

Ode to Car Camping in Style - Jess Taverna
June 12, 2012 - 

Since I first started backpacking late in high school, I’ve spent many (more than I can count) nights sleeping outside the confines of a four-walled permanent structure. I’ve had the pleasure--and pain--of crashing outdoors in all manner of ways: from the sparseness of nothing more than a sleeping bag and plastic rain tarp to the fairly cush (and prolific among climbers) foam-lined truck bed platform. I tend to think I’ve paid my dues, hauling tent+sleeping bag+sleeping pad (which were unpacked, set up, taken down, and repacked daily) on week-long backpacking trips; sleeping for three weeks straight in an increasingly...

 
 
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