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Projecting in Rifle - Nicholas Milburn

Projecting in Rifle - Nicholas Milburn
June 28, 2014 - 

I started my summer with three goals: send The Crew (5.14c) in Rifle, send Southern Comfort (5.14a) in Little River Canyon, and send Dream Catcher (5.14d) in Squamish. Each of these goals is ambitious as each route is very hard. I have tried all of them before. I have been working Southern Comfort for about three summers now and only in the hottest part of the year, which is poor strategizing on my part. I have tried The Crew a few times while I was in Rifle, but I have not seriously projected it. I have only gotten...

Changing Seasons: Dark Horse & Livin' Astro - Josh Levin

Changing Seasons: Dark Horse & Livin' Astro - Josh Levin
November 12, 2013 - 

Fall is officially here in New England! Over the past couple months, I’ve transitioned from the summer life of competing and traveling back into my sophomore year classes here at Northeastern. As much as I love traveling and climbing during the summer, there’s something special about coming back to Boston for this time of year. You really can’t beat the crisp apples and amazing colors display from tree leaves, but most importantly, prime climbing temps and the beginning of a new season of the Dark Horse Bouldering Series.Last year, I competed in Dark Horse for the first time. I’d...

 
 
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