2x 9a in a day

The story of a very special day with a normal send and an impromptu headlamp send in the darkBy Anak Verhoeven The Daylight Send Cosí s’est arrêté is a 50-meter long, overhanging route in the beautiful Piscineta sector of Rodellar, Spain. A dream route for me. After...

Building the drytool community in Ontario

I joke that the first rule of drytool night is: talk about drytool night! My mission is to introduce youth and people of all climbing abilities to the niche sport of competition ice-climbing and drytooling while making this sport accessible to all socioeconomic...

Climb like a paraclimber

Contraint based climbing encompasses a range of training techniques that have been around since Wolfgang Güllich invented the campus board in 1988. Everyone is familar with campus climbing, and anyone who has experienced an ankle injury has probably experimented with...

Meet the Local: Jim Lawyer

(Image) Jim Lawyer on Kachoong, Arapiles, Australia If you’ve climbed in the Adirondacks, you have probably come across Jim Lawyer’s two volume guidebook “Adirondack Rock.” That’s how I first encountered him, through the pages of his encyclopedic tome to one of the...

Bozeman to the Dolomites: A Drytooling Adventure

It’s a hot summer day in Bozeman, Montana, and I am headed to the gym. I have some big goals, and even though it’s a beautiful day outside, I’m headed to “The Cave” in the Mountain Project. The Mountain Project has one side of the gym set...

A Vastervik experience

Sweden has an endless amount of rock scattered around the country, and much of this being top quality as well. A more well known area of Sweden is Vastervik, located on the east coast it offers amazing views and nature as well as some of the best climbing in the...
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