Archive for the ‘Climbing Culture’ Category

  • Just A Climber, For Bears Ears Needs Your Footage

    Dec 5, 17 • 880 Views • Climbing CultureNo Comments

    To all our Climbing Zine friends and family: for the last year Greg Cairns and I have been working on our follow up to our film “Last Thoughts On The Dirtbag”. The new project will be called “Just A Climber, For Bear’s Ears”....

  • One Year For You, One For A Friend, $24.99

    Dec 1, 17 • 353 Views • DirtbaggingNo Comments

    Black Friday, Opt. Outside, it’s all part of America’s greatest export: bullshit. Still we wanna hook ya’ll up with a little something for the holidaze, so we’re offering our One Sub. for you, One for a friend through the year. Word....

  • Where to Find The Climbing Zine – Independent Outlets

    Dec 1, 17 • 755 Views • Climbing CultureNo Comments

    The Climbing Zine and Benighted Publications pride ourselves on independent distribution. Below is a list of our beloved retailers where you can find our zines, books, and merchandise. Don’t see your favorite shop/bookstore/gym on this list? Give us an...

  • Write for The Climbing Zine

    Dec 1, 17 • 740 Views • Climbing CultureNo Comments

    The Climbing Zine is currently accepting stories for our 2018 issues (Volumes 12-14). Below are our loose guidelines, informal pitches from solid writers are always accepted. Words The Climbing Zine publishes thought provoking essays, stories and rambles....

  • Dirtbag State of Mind Hats by Peter W Gilroy

    Aug 1, 17 • 1160 Views • DirtbaggingNo Comments

    We always wanted to make some Zine hats, we were just waiting for the right design. Years of waiting led to this design, the “Dirtbag State of Mind” hats, created with metal work from Peter W. Gilroy. We’re proud to announce these are...

  • The Prince P (in memory of Phil Schaal) by Cyrena Lee

    Jun 23, 17 • 1278 Views • Dirtbagging2 Comments

    It would have been hard to write about Phil Schaal even if he were still here—here meaning still alive. Alive meaning still breathing and walking. With anything that involved Phil, he would have been critical, demanded better, demanded the best. by Cyrena...

  • Effort and Folly on Mount Waddington by Drew Thayer

    Apr 30, 17 • 966 Views • Climbing CultureNo Comments

    Humbled The cam lobes slide in the fissure as I test it, useless. This dark, metamorphic rock, tortured entrails of a bygone continent, is too slick and brittle for our modern hardware. As if the old recognizes the young: Who are you, whippersnapper, with...

  • Volume 10 – The Raw Issue

    Apr 18, 17 • 1160 Views • DirtbaggingNo Comments

    Well, we did it, we made it to double digits. Volume 10, The Raw Issue, will come off the press next week. In just five years we’ve gone from a black and white skate-punk rock style publication, to one that is easily on par, or better than any of the...