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Back to Civilization! - Nicolas Favresse

Back to Civilization! - Nicolas Favresse
September 29, 2014 - 

How could we describe the feeling of taking our first shower in over two months? Mmmm...Well yes ... We have just hit civilization in Greenland. These last 3 weeks has been very exciting in many ways! Adventurous climbing, a close polar bear encounter ( without anything to defend ourselves) and a very scary crossing back to Greenland which included a strong storm with snow and huge waves! On this kind of trip the adventure never seems to end until you are back under that hot shower. It does make the shower so much better!

Final Days in Guadalcazar - Urs Moosmuller

Final Days in Guadalcazar - Urs Moosmuller
April 11, 2014 -  Urs Moosmuller

Most of my trip to Mexico has been spent climbing in Guadalcazar, Mexico. This place has captured my heart and has been an area where I pushed myself the hardest. There are so many great memories from every aspect of living in this little town. It feels very strange to leave after being so comfortable in one place. I have learned so much about myself through this part of my trip and several projects have forced me to really evaluate myself as a person and push myself to success.

Remember the Time we Almost got Struck by Lightning? - Tim Rose

Remember the Time we Almost got Struck by Lightning? - Tim Rose
October 28, 2013 -  Tim Rose

We were at the mouth of the forest. The service road that we had hiked went on but the forest came to an abrupt halt at the edge of a large reservoir. Rain fell in white sheets obscuring our vision tracing a path in our wake as we sped across the open expanse. The sky was ashen brown; lightning illuminated the darkness and a cacophony of discordant thunder rung in our ears. Visibility was going from poor to naught quickly. “We are completely exposed out here,” I said panting. The only thing that stood between us and the...

Carlo Traversi is Proud to Present...HERITAGE

Carlo Traversi is Proud to Present...HERITAGE
September 09, 2013 - 

It's been a long road but I've finally managed to consolidate all of the footage from my productive trips to Switzerland in the Fall of 2012 and Spring of 2013. Switzerland is one of my favorite bouldering areas in the world. The perfectly featured and smooth granite blocs are designed for hard bouldering. From my beginnings as a climber, it was a dream of mine to climb a number of the lines featured in the film. Legendary boulders such a New Base Line (V14), Practice Of The Wild (V15), and The Story of...

New Area in Rocklands, SA - Tobias Haller

New Area in Rocklands, SA - Tobias Haller
August 29, 2013 -  Tobias Haller

I’m sitting in the garden in front of the Lorraine farmhouse in the middle of one of the world’s best bouldering destinations during northern hemisphere’s summer. Yes, you’re right – I’m talking about Rocklands, South Africa and I’m having a rest day today, not only because it’s freakin’ hot, but also because my mate Kili had his 30th birthday last night. Needless to say we’re not in the best condition today. 

On the Hunt - Ryan Silven

On the Hunt - Ryan Silven
July 22, 2013 - 

Well, summer is in full swing. Colorado is the place to be as there are many amazing boulders to try and areas to climb at for those willing to brave the long hikes and sometimes terrifying weather. Climbing in the alpine is almost another genre all its own as it is never just "another day at the boulders." Squalls come on you hard and fast, talus is jagged and hard to negotiate, and the altitude has a way of ruining your day if you neglect to bring enough food and water. The car is not just an easy walk...

 

Spring in SoCo - RyanSilven

Spring in SoCo - RyanSilven
April 17, 2013 -  Ryan Silven
New season same location. Newlin. It's ridiculous what I'll do for good rock. The last...

First Ascent of The Reflecting Pool V13 - Carlo Traversi

First Ascent of The Reflecting Pool V13 - Carlo Traversi
March 27, 2013 - 
Having made a few quick trips to Red Rocks, NV over the past few years,...

The year - Mason Earle

The year - Mason Earle
February 12, 2013 - 
Its probably a bit late for a 2012 recap, but with most of North America...

Adaptation - Ryan Silven

Adaptation - Ryan Silven
November 26, 2012 -  Ryan Silven
One of my favorite ways of charting progress is by returning to projects that I'd...

The Big Country, Little Big Country, and Everything in Between - Ryan Silven

The Big Country, Little Big Country, and Everything in Between - Ryan Silven
November 16, 2012 -  Ryan Silven
I've never been one for sitting still. Staying in one place bores me, makes me...

Summer in the Alpine - Ryan Silven

Summer in the Alpine - Ryan Silven
August 01, 2012 -  Ryan Silven
Summer in Colorado offers a willing climber WAY too many options for where to go...
 

The Warrior Path - David Graham

The Warrior Path - David Graham
March 30, 2012 - 
The last months of my life have been consumed by climbing, exploring, brushing up new...

A Day Late and a Dollar Short - Ryan Silven

A Day Late and a Dollar Short - Ryan Silven
February 17, 2012 -  Ryan Silven
For my first blog with Five Ten I thought I'd share a little bit of...
 
 
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