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What I've Been Up To- Giovanni Traversi

What I've Been Up To- Giovanni Traversi
May 25, 2014 -  Giovanni

So, I've been pretty busy lately. I took a trip to Bishop a while back and was able to send my long term project Direction V13. I had been working on it for a couple years, so it is extremely rewarding to be able to move on from it! Now it is almost summer time which doesn't reveal good climbing conditions. For now I will work, save money, and maybe take a few short weekend trips to Tahoe/Tuolumne. I recently got a new job! I started Route Setting Full Time for Touchstone Climbing...

Bishop 2012: Photo Dump! - Bryan Boyko

Bishop 2012: Photo Dump! - Bryan Boyko
May 17, 2012 -  Bryan Boyko

Here are some of my favorite photos from my time in Bishop this winter. I initially travelled down with my friends Bret Johnston and Kevin Carhart to stay in Bishop for about two weeks and then I returned after about a month in Hueco to stay for another couple weeks with Jesse Warren and Chris Sinatra, as well as some other friends already in Bishop (Yea Jon Thompson, Joel Zerr, and Colin Barnes!!!). I had come quite close to Buttermilker Sit and Mandala sit on previous trips and was capable of climbing through the crux...

Circadian Rhythm - Jon Cardwell

Circadian Rhythm - Jon Cardwell
April 17, 2012 -  Jon Cardwell

I've known about Circadian Rhythm ever since I've been visiting Colorado for climbing. Its notorious for its intricate and technical moves leading to a large, powerful jump to the lip on Swiss-Style granite. Located in the middle of the popular 420 boulders it remained a project for years until a young first-ascent-maestro David Graham stumbled upon it in 2001. He solved the moves and claimed the first ascent naming it Circadian Rhythm for one reason or another, perhaps for completing the last obvious line on the boulder. None the less, it has stood the test...

Firsts! - Mark Heal

Firsts! - Mark Heal
March 17, 2012 -  Mark Heal

A first blog:The weather is starting to warm up here in the North East and my focus is starting to shift to the next trip (Red Rocks and Utah!). However the winter here has been glorious. Winter held and produced many 40 degree, sunny, dry days. I've been taking full advantages of this: last Tuesday I was able to climb Roses and Blue Jay (V13). A first of the grade for me. After two days of previous work, it was coming down to the wire. I blew off work (not a good idea, but proved to be well...

 
 
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