Posts Tagged ‘sport climbing’

  • Becoming A Modern Dirtbag by James Lucas

    Aug 22, 16 • 7203 Views • Locations1 Comment

    Every day 500,000 outdoor enthusiasts* put on a pair of rock shoes for the first time. But with every new climber joining the tribe, differentiating yourself from the rest of the pack becomes more difficult. by James “Peaches” Lucas. Spoiler...

  • Review: DMM Alpha Sport Quickdraws

    Jul 10, 15 • 2328 Views • GearNo Comments

    With rock climbing gear we are living in the days of refinement, over pure innovation. Most of the gear is quite similar to what was being used 15 to 20 years ago, but its just simply lighter, and easier to use. Retail: starting at $25.95 This is certainly...

  • Visions of Clark Mountain by Georgie Abel

    Jul 8, 15 • 1484 Views • LocationsNo Comments

    I wish I could tell you all about Clark in the exact way that my brain experiences it. But that has proven to be very hard to do, because there is something about that mountain that is so far from tangible, so far from words, so far from emotion, so far...

  • To Chip Or Not To Be by Erik Durgin

    Jun 4, 14 • 1420 Views • DirtbaggingNo Comments

    Editor’s note: after learning of a new chipped route at our local crag here in Durango, the Golf Wall, The Climbing Zine contacted the creator of the route, and asked him to explain his actions, this is his full reply:  The often heated topic of...