Few years back John Gass and I spent most of the summer climbing at Area B. I wrote a post about it long time ago but I never had the time to finish the short video. One of my favorite areas for bouldering in Colorado, remote, quiet and still some potential for new...
Exploring “new” climbing areas has always been one of the many reasons why I love climbing so much. Yesterday, John G. and I decided to make the long trip to what we know as the “Aerials” at Mt Evans. We didn’t have much information about...
Few weeks ago the weather looked great for camping and climbing in Utah. The plan was to go back to Joe’s Valley, one of my favorite sandstone bouldering areas, try some old projects and possibly new ones. I was able to get video and photos from the trip, enjoy!...
Long time since my last blog… The 2014 alpine bouldering season has been great. Over the last six or seven months John Gass and I have been going to Area B trying some established climbing and looking to develop some new boulders as well. There are some climbs...
It has been awhile since my last blog… I’ve made couple of trips to different climbing ares in Utah in the past two months. Now becoming one of my favorite “tricky” areas to boulder is MOAB, Utah (Big Bend). The rock is so pretty and the...
Alpine Fever – The Bouldering Movie • Part Three (3/3)
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