Let’s face it, if you’re a desk jockey and spend much time in front of a computer, you’re probably no stranger to the various online watering holes known as climbing forums. Ranging from informative resources to worthless drivel, there’s a full spectrum of sites out there. In case you’re wondering where you should be hanging out, here’s our break down of what your climbing forum says about you.
MountainProject.com - I’m mostly here for the great info, photos and discussions, but I’m not afraid to get involved in a good old flame war every now and then.
RockClimbing.com – I’m mostly here to make fun of nOObs, since I’ve been climbing for a SOLID 5 months now. Wait, there’s other info on this site? STFU!
SuperTopo.com – California is so rad, I love California, Yosemite, Harding, Aid climbing, blah, blah, blah, I love California, blah, blah, blah.
NEIce.com – I live for the winter, and throw a party when the days start getting shorter.
CascadeClimbers.com – Hey, the Northwest isn’t just about mountaineering, we have rocks too (big ones)!
8a.nu – My ego is so frail I need to check my stats every 15 minutes to see how I compare to my friends to know which ones will love and respect me today.