“I’m glad Royal Robbins isn’t here to see this shit show,” I said to myself as I watched the youngsters on Yosemite’s Nutcracker defy death by way of ego and inexperience on his 1960s classic. It was one of those experiences in climbing where I try to turn off my emotions and deal with things…Details
A short clip of Luke Mehall working out a project in Indian Creek. Full film will be released in 2020.
Long before we decide, the path is carved for us. Sliced through existence to be forged for this one, and beyond. The goals we strive for in this life, the roles we thrive in, the roads we stride on, all to guide us through the night of our own inner selves, as we run from…Details
We’ve never done this, and perhaps it would be a failure (anything can be) but I’m hoping to rally a big subscription push for The Climbing Zine. Our goal is to add 100 new subscribers in the next month! NOTE: WE HAVE REACHED OUR GOAL OF 100 AND ARE GOING FOR 200! The Zine, as…Details
“I’m not saying I’m going to rule the world, or I’m going to change the world, but I guarantee you that I will spark the brain that will change the world.” —Tupac Shakur There was an energy to that crowbar in my hand. I was walking alone, down from a cliff, the mission was simple,…Details
One of the greatest joys I have as a publisher is discovering an amazing climbing project, and then being able to share that with our audience. This one is from our friends at Melanin Base Camp is a film called Titan Project about Canadian climber Sabrina Chapman, and her quest to send a 5.14. Here’s some more beta,…Details
Luke Mehall cleaning a loose rock while establishing a climb called Help On The Way in Indian Creek, Utah. Forgive us for the bad footage at the end, there was a giant block coming towards us.
From Townie Books in Crested Butte, Luke Mehall and friends tell stories from his books American Climber and The Desert, and a few out of the box tales as well. Mehall is the author of five dirtbag climbing books, and he’s the publisher of The Climbing Zine. The Desert is Luke Mehall’s fifth and final…Details