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Trad Climbing in Zion - Angela Payne

Trad Climbing in Zion - Angela Payne
November 03, 2014 - 

I’ve spent a good portion of 2014 competing and bouldering, as I have done for many years. Last week, however, I stepped away from the boulders and competitions and into a different realm of climbing for a moment. I wanted to learn some trad climbing basics, so that if I find myself in a beautiful place in the future with the opportunity to climb something bigger, I might eventually be able to take advantage of it. To begin the learning process, I headed to Zion National Park with a fellow Mountain Hardwear athlete, Cheyne Lempe. ...

Scotlands Laboratory of Hard Grades - Alan Cassidy

Scotlands Laboratory of Hard Grades - Alan Cassidy
September 07, 2013 -  Alan Cassidy

Scotland is blessed with loads of rock and loads of rock types. Yet despite its wealth of rock Scotland has rarely been the testing ground of international rock climbing standards at least not by those looking on from the outside and is almost never on anyone's list of destinations.

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 still in the grip of winter, I figured those of us who live in snowy states need a reminder of what it is like to climb in a t-shirt! 

Scottish Summer: The Driest, Wettest, Midgiest on Record - Alan Cassidy

Scottish Summer: The Driest, Wettest, Midgiest on Record - Alan Cassidy
June 30, 2012 -  Alan Cassidy

The weather and work-life balance has been rubbish of late but I still have managed to get out and grab a few personal firsts (and some lasts). The last time I blogged for the 5.10 Community website it was spring; and you know Scotland, the weather is nothing if it is not erratic, it was super hot.  The conditions were beyond what you would want for hard sending but it was fabulous to get the warmth after a long cold winter spent indoors working my socks off at TCA Glasgow.

Let's visit Adrspach! - Tomáš Binter

Let's visit Adrspach! - Tomáš Binter
November 01, 2011 - 

The best and most dangerous climbing, unique nature and unique climbing community. This is the sandstone town of Adrspach in Czech Republic.

 
 
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