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Chillen in Chile Part 2 - Joseph Gifford

Chillen in Chile Part 2 - Joseph Gifford
December 09, 2012 - 

So the day before the actual competition started we decided to calm our nerves and take a trip out to the world’s largest pool along the Chilean coastline. It was by far one of the coolest things I've ever seen, it is more than 1,000 yards long, covers 20 acres, has 115-ft deep end and holds 66 million gallons of water! It was off season so no one was really at the resort and we basically hustled our way into the pool convincing the managers to let us swim in the pool and have some fun. The most amazing...

Chillen in Chile! Part 1 - Joseph Gifford

Chillen in Chile! Part 1 - Joseph Gifford
December 01, 2012 - 

In November, the Pan American Championships were held in Santiago, Chile and I was fortunate enough to be one of the competitors. Throughout the entire ten day trip to Chile I was often hanging out with the Texas crew, Shane Puccio, Nick Milburn, and Dalan Faulkner.  We started off by taking the 9 hour flight to Santiago from Texas. We arrived at the airport and after getting through the long line into customs we drove off to find our hotel. It took quite a while to get our bearings at first, especially when we made the 30min car drive...

Si Se Puede - Nicholas Milburn

Si Se Puede - Nicholas Milburn
November 28, 2012 - 

I meant to write a blog part of the way through my trip, so that I could provide maximum detail, but I was pretty busy and lazy, so that never happened. On the plane ride home I ended up writing it, so it all worked out.

A Spring Update - Jason Kruk

A Spring Update - Jason Kruk
May 18, 2012 - 

Hey Five Ten world. A quick update: Most have likely read about my and Hayden Kennedy's trip to the Cerro Torre range in southern Patagonia this past winter, so I won't go into much detail. We had what I would describe as an audacious season, climbing all four Torres (Standhardt, Herron, Egger, Cerro Torre) in fine fast style. Also, a new route on another beautiful face we called The Gentleman's Club. We managed to be the first to skip the hundreds of bolts placed along Cerro Torre's southeast ridge, what they called a 'fair means' ascent. We...

Argentina Part One - Jon Cardwell

Argentina Part One - Jon Cardwell
April 11, 2012 - 

I first got word from some climbers about Argentina a few years ago.  One of them is my friend Cameron Maier from Colorado.  He traveled there a couple years ago mostly to explore the beautiful country and experience the culture.  He said the mix of big mountains, small vintage villages, and daily asados (BBQ's) was more than worth the visit.  It wasn't until this January, aside from seeing news about Cerro Torre, that I heard about Argentina and its mass potential for climbing.

Greetings from Argentina - Nicolas Favresse

Greetings from Argentina - Nicolas Favresse
April 10, 2012 - 

Sean Villanueva, Stephane Hanssens, Jean-Louis Wertz and I just came back to civilization after 38 days in the jungle. We had a really good adventure, very different from all the other expeditions we have done in the past. The weather, the rock, the jungle, the indigenes, the animals and this incredible wall of the Tuyuren waterfall made up for some very exciting moments. We managed to put up two new free routes on the Tuyuren waterfall wall, one on the left side "Maria Rosa" and one on the right "Apichavai". When we first came out of the...

 

Climbing at Andradas - EscaladaINT

Climbing at Andradas - EscaladaINT
April 10, 2012 -  EscaladaINT
Climbing at Andradas – South of Minas GeraisNo more than three hours and a half...

Kids With Guns - Mason Earle

Kids With Guns - Mason Earle
March 02, 2012 - 
I've just returned to the good ol' USA from a wild and overhanging bigwall adventure...

Venezuela Jungle Mission - Mason Earle

Venezuela Jungle Mission - Mason Earle
January 23, 2012 - 
In just two days, Siebe Vanhee, George Ullrich, Sam Farnsworth, and myself are embarking on...

Into the Abyss - Mariann Sæther

Into the Abyss - Mariann Sæther
November 13, 2011 -  Mariann Sæther
The Apurimac is one of the most famous rivers of South America. Known as the...

From the Andes mountains to the Amazon jungle - Mariann Sæther

From the Andes mountains to the Amazon jungle - Mariann Sæther
October 19, 2011 -  Mariann Sæther
The rio Paucartambo flows from the high Andes mountains, through countless of canyons, until its...
 
 
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