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A Change of Pace: Tahoe Bouldering - Urs Moosmuller

A Change of Pace: Tahoe Bouldering - Urs Moosmuller
June 28, 2014 -  Urs Moosmuller

I am now in Reno, NV after a brutal 32 hour drive from CD Juarez to Boulder and Boulder, CO to Reno, NV. The non stop drive through two nights took a lot out of me and I was lucky to get one good night of sleep before competing in the annual competition at my local climbing gym. With one night of rest in a comfortable bed, I started the 4hr comp and ended up placing third in the open category. I felt very proud with my results taking in consideration my lack of sleep, lack of food, and...

Spring Break Hueco Adventure - Joseph Gifford

Spring Break Hueco Adventure - Joseph Gifford
April 12, 2014 - 

For my spring break I went to Hueco Tanks once again to finish up some climbs I had been working on in the previous winter break. It was a crew of me Kyle Francis, Dalan Faulkner, Kyle Hilton, Shannon Lochridge and Tanner Merkle. I only had four climbing days while in Hueco so I didn't have too much time to project anything but I did finish some stuff up. Our first day and second we really didn't do much, it was more of a warm up to outside climbing day. But on our rest day we had some...

Mexico Part 2 - Mexico City Bouldering - Urs Moosmuller

Mexico Part 2 - Mexico City Bouldering - Urs Moosmuller
May 04, 2013 - 

Mexico City is one of the largest cities in the world and has a population of 21 million. The whole city stretches for 573 square miles and sits in a dried up lake basin at an altitude of 7,350 ft. There is a ton of bouldering located in the city and around the surrounding hills. The rock is mostly volcanic with some granite areas scattered around and the problems range from V0 to V12. During my stay in the city we checked out two areas close by. The first area is a volcanic cliff line at UNAM which is...

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 cleaned and tried in the past and finding that they're all-of-a-sudden doable. Colorado is where I learned to climb and Colorado is the place I've explored the most in the pursuit of things to climb. On more than one occasion my eye for boulder problems has exceeded my abilities at that moment in time. I always leave humbled but I don't forget these boulders. I bide my time, get stronger, and have another crack at them. One such boulder is a very steep prow...

The Feather - Jamie Emerson

The Feather - Jamie Emerson
January 08, 2012 - 

This winter I made a quick trip back down to Hueco Tanks, one of my favorite bouldering areas in the world.. For me Hueco has been a place to live out many of the dreams I've had about bouldering over the years. One problem that has eluded me for more than 10 years is The Feather. This iconic problem was established by Fred Nicole probably in the 90s. Regardless, it is one of the most unique and interesting rock features I have ever seen. For those who don't know, a near perfect "feather" is imprinted into the rock, and...

 
 
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