The Burley BLM office wants to close several hundred climbs in Idaho due to the presence of cultural resources, here’s how you can help.
Check out the climbing websites we’re keeping an eye on these days.
Download a topo of the newest routes at the Narrows, including the 50 meter enduro monster Gold Brick!
Finding the written word not potent enough for all they want to say, Chris Kalous and Jamie Lynn have embarked on a quest to bring us the greatest climbing podcast ever.
It’s hard to believe it’s been a week since the tribe descended on Carbondale for the 4th annual 5Point Film Festival. Each year has built on the successes of the previous festivals, and this year was hands down the strongest effort to date. Every night I was blown away by the quality of the films, [...]
Help out fellow climber and great guy Bean Bowers as he fights against advanced-stage cancer.
We’ve run all the contest entries into our hyper powerful Splitter Choss mainframe computer and the results are in.
To help spread the word about Sportiva’s Heritage Photo Contest, we scored some sweet digs to give away to our loyal SplitterChoss fans.
Check out the trailer for the 5Point Film Festival, April 28th to May 1st in Carbondale, CO.
On March 13th, Mark Anderson gave Shelf Road its first 5.14 when he redpointed Apogee Pending at the North Gym. We caught up with him to find out more about the route, the future potential at Shelf, and what it takes to climb hard while still having a life.
The Friends of Indian Creek held their annual meeting Saturday, March 12th, in Moab.
This just in, the fourth annual 5Point Film Festival will take place April 28 – May 1, 2011 in Carbondale, Colorado, featuring a five-star roster of adventure films, special guests and live performances that aim to inspire adventure in all of us.
An accident on Glenwood Falls, a cam recall and the Redstone Winterfest.
There is a new seasonal falcon closure in effect from Feb 15 to Aug 15 for several routes at the Fortress of Solitude.
The annual Redstone Winterfest is back for more fun on the frozen drips of the Crystal River Valley.