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40 Hours of Horseshoe Heaven - Aicacia Young

40 Hours of Horseshoe Heaven - Aicacia Young
March 25, 2014 -  Aicacia Young

This weekend I had the opportunity to go back to Horseshoe Canyon Ranch, a gorgeous climbing destination just outside of Jasper, Arkansas. The last time I climbed at HCR was roughly 3 years ago when I first started climbing, so this trip brought back some very fond memories. All that I remember from my first trip to HCR was Mr. Magoo wall and a route called Orange Crush – a super fun and exposed 9+ that I distinctly remember flailing on. I made my first trip to HCR just after learning how to lead climb and lead belay, so...

One of a Kind: 24 Hours of Horseshoe Hell - Stephen Meinhold

One of a Kind: 24 Hours of Horseshoe Hell - Stephen Meinhold
October 16, 2012 -  Stephen Meinhold

24 hours of horseshoe hell is truly an amazing event and a test of mental and physical toughness, there is nothing else like it out there. A grassroots, hometown event executed flawlessly by event coordinators. This was my first trip and a quick one, but along with my partner Brent Perkins, we finished 2nd overall in the team event being taken down by tough conditions and the power team of Sonnie Trotter and Tommy Caldwell. This year over 40 competitors completed over 100 pitches during the 24 hour period. 

Our Can Sauce - December in the Ozarks - Brian Bittner

Our Can Sauce - December in the Ozarks - Brian Bittner
February 01, 2012 -  Brian Bittner

About two months ago I went on a bouldering trip with Jake List and Aaron Nietzel to Horseshoe Canyon Ranch, in Jasper, Arkansas. Jake and I had both been there a couple years previous. We had had an excellent time and were looking forward to going back. Leading up to our trip we had some superb climbing weather in New England. Not only were we blessed with this great weather, but we were also all pysched. We all managed to climb Spectacle Illusion (V11) in Groton, NH and I climbed two V12's (a grade I hadn't done before this...

Mint Vermont Weather, an FA and a Trip to Arkansas, With Brian Bittner

Mint Vermont Weather, an FA and a Trip to Arkansas, With Brian Bittner
November 27, 2011 -  Brian Bittner

This year has been a much different one in my climbing career. It started off as recent year's have with a trip South, some local spring climbing and regular training in the gym. As the weather got warmer and the climbing got a bit lack luster, work starting picking up. I run a business as an antique dealer and travel to shows throughout the Northeast to setup at shows. I found myself especially busy this year. I had more house calls, found more merchandise and went to more antique shows to sell. The result of this was significantly less...

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