Thanks to the funky, metamorphic geology of the area, Independence Pass offers some of the steepest trad climbing this side of the Gunks.
Five hundred feet above the sandy Nevada desert, I realized I’d forgotten something: I had yet to start complaining to BJ about the helmet he was making me wear.
The annual Rifle Clean up is happening this coming Saturday, August 27th, and will involve the usual projects to help maintain the canyon.
I have a new secret weapon in the fight against gravity: a pair of orange La Sportiva slippers called the Pythons.
Sterling Rope is putting out a series of five video interviews, and the first one, featuring Chris Sharma, was posted a couple days ago. It’s a fun glimpse into his daily routine of projecting hard routes, with of course a little plug for Sterling at the end. Enjoy! Chris Sharma – Sterling and Climbing from […]
Unless you’ve been under a rock recently, you likely know about the development that is threatening the beauty of Red Rocks. Tomorrow is the Clark County Commissioners meeting at which they will be deciding whether to approve or deny the concept plan for high density development on the mountain in the middle of Red Rock.
Another summer trade show has come and gone, and what a whirlwind it was. Here’s a look at just about everything we saw, gear junkies, prepare to get your fix…
The good folks over at Glenwood Climbing Guides are putting together an excellent women’s-only clinic at Rifle in two weeks.
The annual Outdoor Retailer trade show is here! You can join in on the fun over on Facebook and Twitter, and look for in depth write ups next week. And if you’re here, be sure to say hello, I’ve got a ton of stickers with me!
The big news this week is, of course, the Summer Outdoor Retailer trade show in Salt Lake City, but before we get there I thought we’d take a look at some of the best new gear we’ve been using this summer.