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A Cold Weekend for Team Fire - Nicholas Milburn

A Cold Weekend for Team Fire - Nicholas Milburn
November 29, 2014 -  Nicholas Milburn

I always knew climbing was dangerous, but I never really had a true grasp of how bad things could go. I have heard stories about people injuring or killing themselves, I have fallen and missed pads, I have pulled draws out of the wall and I like climbing highballs, but I have never seriously hurt myself. I often joke about how close I come to serious injury sometimes, but I actually grasped how close I really was to injury. I have a much better grasp of how dangerous climbing can be after my recent trip to Joe’s Valley. ...

Love the Experience - Jon Cardwell

Love the Experience - Jon Cardwell
December 17, 2013 - 

Even extremely busy I feel guilty for not checking in for a bit...While these blogs and connecting with our community are always great, life on the road and climbing often occupy all of our time. Stories are always worth telling, I just need to make it more a priority. Regardless, here I am, back in Colorado for some time before the next circuit of climbing begins. I started in Colorado some months ago when I traveled to Portland for the annual PBR. I didn't know what to expect at first, especially since I was nursing a moderately wounded shoulder...

Trying to Train in Joe's Valley - Flannery Shay-Nemirow

Trying to Train in Joe's Valley - Flannery Shay-Nemirow
May 06, 2013 - 

I'm in Joe's Valley, Utah, for the second time this month. Shannon is making breakfast in the van (sausage, eggs and broccoli). I've got a hot cup of coffee and the air is crisp and clear. If I weren't in such poor physical shape, today would probably turn out to be a fantastic climbing day.

Joe's Valley Spring Break Trip - Sierra Carroll

Joe's Valley Spring Break Trip - Sierra Carroll
April 10, 2013 - 

A little over due is my report from my Spring Break Trips. Along with a report of how well I have been able to break in and use my amazing new Dragons and Teams.   

Joe's Valley Road Trip - Andre DiFelice

Joe's Valley Road Trip - Andre DiFelice
April 08, 2013 -  Andre DiFelice

Well, I finally made it outside again, this time to Joe’s Valley. This was my first bouldering trip since 2010 and overall I am pretty excited about the experience. It was great to get outside, climb hard and increase my motivation for the rest of the year. Warming up - Jelly Bean - V1

Joe's Valley Wrap-Up - Chris Sinatra

Joe's Valley Wrap-Up - Chris Sinatra
May 23, 2012 - 

Joe's Valley is one of the most gym-like areas I've ever visited. While the problems can vary widely from boulder to boulder, most share a common theme- long moves between generally positive holds on an otherwise blank sea of gorgeous sandstone. In this way, Joe's lends itself to a very dynamic style of climbing. Luckily for me, this is one of the forms of climbing that I'm least accustomed to, at least outdoors. My first week in Joe's was an abrupt adjustment, especially after my past month on the very static, precise granite of Bishop....

 
 
 
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