So, I have been in Colorado for the last couple of weeks, sampling the diverse climbing here.There is so much to do, so much amazing and diverse climbing to be had and I am constantly overwhelmed by how little time I have. The first thing I did on arriving was onsight the Naked Edge... And yes, it does not only live up to, but it exceeds it's reputation!
One day in Buena Vista Co, Demshitz, Jed Selby and Mathieu Dumoulin loaded up in Orange Bitch and headed to Durango Co for 2 days of straight charging. We ended up doing 4 creek runs, a playboat session and drank 100 beers. Some great times with demshitz!!!
Finding it hard to get motivated after returning back from Europe I kind of started to relax about climbing. I have always found it hard to stay in top shape year round. What's normal for me is having a few peaks throughout the year. But always maintaining some level of fitness.
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...
It been a very short month of April and I am very excited for May. With school ending in a little over a week and my strength coming back after being forced to take so much time off. I have been feeling strong and very excited to climb over the past few weeks. With the first couple weeks of April not being able to do more then walk around campus after having surgery to re-break my nose it was a huge relief to be allowed to climb again.