Posts Tagged ‘sport’

  • Tons of Tufas, Mexico’s Cumbia Cave, a photo essay

    Dec 10, 13 • 4905 Views • MexicoNo Comments

    The Cumbia Cave is down a bumpy road in Nuevo León, Mexico. It is located in an area called Las Adjuntas, which is where two rivers converge in a beautiful lush canyon famous for it’s canyoneering adventure called Matacanes. The Cumbia Cave is on the...

  • Gear Review: The Petzl Ange Finesse Quickdraws

    Jan 3, 13 • 7621 Views • GearNo Comments

    In the grand scheme of things, for my generation, climbing gear has always been rad. Cams have always been around, the Gri-Gri has been a staple, and ropes have been lightweight and performed at a high level. Many breakthroughs occurred before we started...

  • Out of The Darkness, Into The Light, Penitente Canyon

    Dec 17, 12 • 3178 Views • ColoradoNo Comments

    I woke up freezing in Penitente Canyon. It was Easter Sunday. This was back when my philosophy toward camping equipment was in its experimental stages, but I guess equipping for the great outdoors always is. [story by Luke Mehall, author of Climbing Out of...

  • Oh, Oh Mexico, The Cumbia Cave

    Jul 24, 11 • 9537 Views • MexicoNo Comments

    When you have cool friends they get married in cool places. That is why I got to make a four day trip to Monterrey, Mexico last month; my friends Mark and Norma got hitched in a small Catholic church, followed by a big fiesta. And, we got to climb too! [story...