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Squamish: A dirtbag's dream come true

I’m still riding the high from climbing Squamish over the weekend. Touted as being Canada’s outdoor recreation capital, it’s “like Disneyland for climbers,” as my friend Jennifer put it. 345 more words

Rock Climbing

Very quiet this week!

I apologise we are just very busy/tired! Blogs and photos on Sunday evening! Lots of climbing happening at the moment and training is progressing and about to start taekwondo as a climbing compliment!


welcome to the neighborhood.

El Barrio. Mucho largo.

Guanella Pass

‘Love Mattress’ | FA Will Anglin

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Mammoth Lakes, CA - Dog Boulder, TJ Lakes and Clark Canyon

I’ve been such a freaking slacker, or rather, have not made the time to update this thing in a while. Therefore, I’m sort of behind on updating trip reports. 1,093 more words

Rock Climbing

Youth - A Summer Update Part Two

I finished my last A-Level exam on the morning of June 13th 2013. That afternoon I went climbing at Dinbren with Mirf and Geoff and climbed my first 6b and my first 6c route. 1,030 more words


A Fog-Filled Frolic Over Mount Yonah

When I first moved to Atlanta more than 20 years ago, it seemed to me like it rained nearly every afternoon. After a few weeks living in north Georgia, I realize that was just a drop in the bucket. 1,644 more words

Windsor man builds wall, hopes climbing is key (With video)

As a boy, between racing soapbox cars and trips to hospital for a rare condition, Matthew Westlake could be found thumbing through National Geographic magazines staring slack-jawed at mountain climbers he said he saw as heroes. 792 more words