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Colorado trip and Limestone Cave Bouldering in Vermont!! - Sam Hayden

Colorado trip and Limestone Cave Bouldering in Vermont!! - Sam Hayden
May 20, 2012 - 

Colorado trip and a fantastic day bouldering at the recently found limestone cave in central Vermont! A little slow getting to this post spring has been busy! The trip out to Colorado in April was a blast! Climbed at the Kluttergarden in Redcliff, Boulder Canyon, Wolcott, and Unaweep. Got closer on my projects in Boulder Canyon...but couldn't quite get them in the one day we had there. The Kluttergarden was amazing in Redcliff! Fantastic stone, nice movement, secluded beautiful climbs! If you are heading down I70 west then make a...

Almost a Month out of Mexico, in Colorado - Diego Lopez Montull

Almost a Month out of Mexico, in Colorado - Diego Lopez Montull
May 19, 2012 - 

Almost a month out of Mexico, in Colorado. The last days in Mexico City were good but needed a change, I make many new boulder problems, and also train a lot in the plastic the climbing GYM. live with friends with whom I began to climb, which had not seen in ages or scale with which to develop new areas in Mexico. But naw some were back in Mexico City which made it easy, go out and get another boulder area in Hidalgo, Pachuca, Mineral del Chico. Also some skills which is very rare for my had many years...

2012 Spring Update - Zoe Steinberg

2012 Spring Update - Zoe Steinberg
May 19, 2012 -  Zoe Steinberg

After a not-so-exciting spring, stuff is finally starting to heat up! I have one more week of school and finals, and then I’m done with my sophomore year of high school. I’ve been attending Peak Potential weekly, and have also been competing a LOT lately, basically having a comp every weekend for about a month. On April 21 I had a sport comp at a gym in New Rochelle called TRC, and the weekend after, I competed in the finals for a new series started by Deadpoint Magazine called the YBS (Youth Bouldering Series). The...

New Route-ing in Mill Creek - Lisa Hathaway

New Route-ing in Mill Creek - Lisa Hathaway
May 18, 2012 - 

Yesterday, I went to the crag tired tired tired and with very little motivation to do anything but cheer on my friend Paige on her proj. I was fairly content with the choice to chill--day after day has been filled with a relentless routine of field-work (aka milesssss of sand-slogging in the dark, with the company solely of my dogs and the clouds of gnats), music (2 gigs this past week!) and cramming in climbing. As well as not sending the usual life projects like laundry, paper-work and oh, I dunno, say eating and bathing?! (And if you climb...

A Spring Update - Jason Kruk

A Spring Update - Jason Kruk
May 18, 2012 - 

Hey Five Ten world. A quick update: Most have likely read about my and Hayden Kennedy's trip to the Cerro Torre range in southern Patagonia this past winter, so I won't go into much detail. We had what I would describe as an audacious season, climbing all four Torres (Standhardt, Herron, Egger, Cerro Torre) in fine fast style. Also, a new route on another beautiful face we called The Gentleman's Club. We managed to be the first to skip the hundreds of bolts placed along Cerro Torre's southeast ridge, what they called a 'fair means' ascent. We...

On Putting a Nemesis to Rest - Melissa Lipani

On Putting a Nemesis to Rest - Melissa Lipani
May 18, 2012 - 

Every climber, no matter how long you have been climbing, knows what it is like to have a nemesis. That one route or boulder problem that you just can’t seem to finish for some reason, usually that reason being more mental than physical. Quite often, you have worked out every move and just can’t for the life of you, seem to connect the dots. Rarely is it even the hardest thing numerically speaking you’ve ever done, and often it surprises your climbing buddies who can’t believe you haven’t put the thing to rest.

 

Getting the Valley Experience - Jessa Goebel

Getting the Valley Experience - Jessa Goebel
May 17, 2012 - 
The first time I visited Yosemite was on a road trip with my climbing team,...

Around the World, and Back Again! - Sasha DiGiulian

Around the World, and Back Again! - Sasha DiGiulian
May 16, 2012 - 
I am BACK in USA now, even HOME for two nights before going to Richmond,...

Weekend Vacation: Joe's Valley - Greig Seitz

Weekend Vacation: Joe's Valley - Greig Seitz
May 15, 2012 -  Greig Seitz
Last weekend I had the opportunity to go to Joe’s Valley to do some bouldering....

Driving in Circles - Colette McInerney

Driving in Circles - Colette McInerney
May 15, 2012 -  Colette McInerney
“Choss” was the answer I got when I asked bolting veteran Randy Leavitt about the...

Recording in S'horabaixa - Ferran Guerrero Hervas

Recording in S'horabaixa - Ferran Guerrero Hervas
May 15, 2012 - 
Just a few days left to get on the plane to Mallorca a few months...

On The Circuit • Official Trailer - Carlo Traversi

On The Circuit • Official Trailer - Carlo Traversi
May 15, 2012 - 
This Spring here in Colorado has truly been one for the ages. So much...
 

Behind the Scenes at SCS Youth Regionals - Michael Plesser

Behind the Scenes at SCS Youth Regionals - Michael Plesser
May 14, 2012 -  Michael Plesser
My name is Michael, and this is my first ever 5.10 blog post! Hello! So,...

Trying Inshallah, 8c+ - Loic Timmermans

Trying Inshallah, 8c+ - Loic Timmermans
May 14, 2012 -  Loic Timmermans
Last holiday I went to Kalymnos for trying my project Inshallah, 8c+, I left last...

Spring Part One - Therese Johansen

Spring Part One - Therese Johansen
May 14, 2012 - 
The 23.march I finally sent Rule of thumb, 8A, a boulder that have...

In Extremis, Savassona - Ferran Guerrero Hervas

In Extremis, Savassona - Ferran Guerrero Hervas
May 13, 2012 - 
Start the heat, yesterday rondamos 30 °, the boulder starts to blur as each year,provided...

Spring Update - Francesca Metcalf

Spring Update - Francesca Metcalf
May 10, 2012 - 
Summer is finally here, and although that means free time and awesome weather for climbing,...

God's Own Stone - Mirko Caballero

God's Own Stone - Mirko Caballero
May 10, 2012 - 
After ABS 13 Nationals, my Dad and Drew's Dad Rudy decided to plan a trip...

Smith Spring - Tim Garland

Smith Spring - Tim Garland
May 09, 2012 - 
Spring has sprung here at Smith and the temp continues to rise. Conditions this time...

Another Day, Another Continent! On to Japan! - Sasha DiGiulian

Another Day, Another Continent! On to Japan! - Sasha DiGiulian
May 09, 2012 - 
After a few more relaxing days of climbing in Spain, I flew to Milan to...
 
 
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