This piece is published in Volume 18, now available to order. You can read Part 1 of the story here. Banner photo of the late Gobright by Dan Krauss. Fast-forward a handful of years and a lifetime of memorable ascents later, and Brad is home in Southern California for the summer to earn a few…Details
Empty Heart, Hopeful Mind. Reflecting on the murder of George Floyd and Black Lives Matter. by Luke Mehall
I thought that my last column was hard to write, but this one might be even more difficult. Last time I wrote about the passing of my friend Dan Escalante, who was killed in an avalanche in Crested Butte. I cried the whole time I was writing it. In some ways I could say Dan helped me…Details
The Climbing Zine is proud to announce that Volume 18 is off the printer and will be arriving to subscribers shortly. The issue was delayed due to the COVID virus, and we are excited for everyone to start reading it. Here’s the list of stories in the new issue: Dear Aid Climbing by Cristina Marcalow…Details
Publisher’s Note: As this issue was going to press, the coronavirus began to ravage the United States. This issue is slightly delayed because of the virus, but we got it out as soon as we could—because we know everyone is hungry for good stories. The Zine would like to offer our condolences to anyone who…Details
Footage shot by Jake Burchmore, an outtake from Grateful Hussle
A Message From Mehall 27. The poem one. 4.22 (EARTH DAY)
This episode is our first interview with Shaun Matusewicz. We originally intended to have a series of interviews with characters in the book at the end of this season, but we’ve had to pivot a little bit with COVID. Enjoy this conversation between Shaun and Luke Mehall.
Footage from Purple Reign, a climb that Luke Mehall and Dave Marcinowski established in Indian Creek, Bears Ears National Monument. Shot by Greg Cairns, during the filming of Just A Climber, For Bears Ears.