I’ve been going to the OR show for many years now, but I’ll never forget the first time I walked into the Salt Palace, completely overwhelmed by the hustle and bustle of all that was going on around me. These days, it just fades into the background, as I hop from appointment to appointment, saying [...]
City of Rocks is one of my favorite climbing areas, and now there’s another reason to visit this incredible spot: the first annual Idaho Mountain Festival, coming September 27th to 30th. In the words of the organizers: “The Idaho Mountain Festival will offer a four day event where climbers, as well as trail runners, can [...]
Packing everything into the car today and heading to SLC for the annual Winter Outdoor Retailer trade show. Psyched to see everyone and catch up on the latest and greatest in new gear innovations. Stay tuned to the Facebook and Twitter for daily updates, we’ll be posting photos of all the good stuff, and then [...]
The second installment of our monthly Friday Five column, this week we’re presenting five things on the web that inspired us and/or gave us something deeper to ponder.
I don’t know about the rest of the country, but the weather in Colorado has been amazing for this time of year. Hope everyone’s been getting out and enjoying the prime late season conditions. Sounds like there’s quite a bit of snow on the way this weekend, and if you are looking for something to [...]
Last night I got to check out a showing of the Reel Rock Tour at the Glenwood Springs High School. The first half of the show was solid, but I felt the second left something to be desired. The line between achievements that are cutting edge, and those that are just in the freakshow/irrelevant category, [...]
Heads up for the local folks, the Reel Rock Tour is coming through Glenwood Springs tomorrow night (Wed) at the Glenwood Springs High School theater.
Free stickers and a new monthly contest. Everybody wins!
Those who’ve been to the South Fork boulders have been throwing around superlatives like they are going out of style: the next Colorado hot spot, better than Evans, better than RMNP!
This just in from the Friends of Indian Creek: It’s Fall and the temps at the Creek are crisp and perfect. Its also time to bring the herd in from the high country of the Abajo’s. The FOIC got a call from the Dugout Ranch last night reminding us that this is the week when [...]
Attention all Black Canyon aficionados, the National Park Service is seeking feedback on a new Wilderness and Backcountry Management plan they have just released for the area.
The Western Slope Section of the AAC is once again pleased to sponsor, in cooperation with the BLM, a volunteer workday in Indian Creek on October 15th.
Let’s face it, climbing is awesome, and there’s nothing more fun than going out and doing it yourself. But every once in a while, you want to be inspired, and that’s what the Reel Rock Tour is all about.
The Rifle RendezSPEW was an amazing success. An unprecedented amount of work was achieved, money raised, shwag raffled and fun had.
The annual Rifle Clean up is happening this coming Saturday, August 27th, and will involve the usual projects to help maintain the canyon.