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Blowtorching

Posted on 06. Jan, 2014 by .

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The RV Project has posted two pictures illustrating the destruction of one of the most classic V7s in the country, Deception at LRC. This hits especially close to home because I just returned from a recent and brief trip to the fabulous boulder fields of the south east. A while back I wrote a post […]

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Daniel Woods new 8C

Posted on 20. Nov, 2013 by .

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Daniel Woods has added another incredible hard problem in Colorado. The new line climbs out a 25 ft 60 degree wall in the heart of the South Platte. I got the low down on the line from Colorado Springs local Max Krimmer. B3: What did Daniel Name it and how hard did he call it? […]

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Lander, WY

Posted on 16. Nov, 2013 by .

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In 1997 I was a junior at Michigan State University. I was hungry for adventure, particularly of the outdoor flavor, but I lacked any kind of cohesive vision for how that would happen. I tried hiking, backpacking, mountain biking, snowboarding, winter camping, running, trail running, just about anything that seemed interesting. Living in Michigan there […]

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Black Ice

Posted on 15. Oct, 2013 by .

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After the flood, there was much speculation from many climbers in the local community that either established boulders had shifted or that new boulders had fallen. Some joked that Cage Free was now on Pearl St., and that climbers exiting the Sundown Saloon would huck a drunken lap on the classic dyno. Last Sunday Boulder […]

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Grampians News

Posted on 06. Oct, 2013 by .

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While I was in the Grampians I stayed in a quaint cabin in Wartook. In the adjacent cabin, simply by coincidence, were some old friends from Germany I’ve climbed with in Hueco, Switzerland, and Colorado. Andreas Barth and Dorothea Karalus (there was some other guy with them too, but I forgot his name, maybe Alexis? […]

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Colorado Flood

Colorado Flood

Posted on 02. Oct, 2013 by .

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As the actual storm started to die down, it was evident from the beginning that the ambit of the areas affected was enormous, and the extent of the damage was extreme. The incredible photos shed a sobering light on the Front Range and my own perspective, showing bouldering and climbing to be every bit as […]

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Update on local Colorado Bouldering areas

Posted on 17. Sep, 2013 by .

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Jimmy Webb visited Mt. Evans Area A yesterday and reports that despite some water on the trail, Area A is fine, open for access and climbable. It looks from the 8a.nu that Lincoln Lake is also climbable, although again that season will only be a couple more weeks at most. I drove through Clear Creek […]

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Australia IV

Posted on 16. Sep, 2013 by .

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Here is the 4th and final installment of my Australia videos! Enjoy.

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