Humble Pie In Peru May23

Humble Pie In Peru

I don’t think I’ve ever been more physically and mentally drained in my life, and we’re not even down yet. Here we are, searching for tracks that don’t exist, lost in a maze of towering seracs and avalanche chutes. Everyone is tired, hungry, and whether or not they will admit it, a...

Climbing High in Mallorca Jan28

Climbing High in Mal...

Mallorca, Spain– a small island just off the coast to Barcelona– is a premiere winter climbing destination for anyone looking to catch some sunshine and climb some of the raddest limestone cliffs in the world. There are oceanside cliffs, mountainous caves, and crags dotting the...

Lost And Found In The Desert Jan01

Lost And Found In Th...

What can I say, this was one hell of a birthday. Most people in their early twenties like to spend their birthdays ten beers in, locked in the bathroom for most of the night. Here I am hundreds of feet up a seldom visited sandstone wall, both hands and feet pulling and pushing on questionable...

Rumney Crags Nov30

Rumney Crags

Rumney, New Hampshire is one of the most famous sport climbing crags in North America, featuring hundreds of sport routes on high quality schist rock cliffs. Ranging from vertical faces to technical slabs to over hanging pump-a-thons, the crags have sport routes for climbers of all abilities....

Climbing Without A Rope Nov05

Climbing Without A Rope

Derek Hersey came to the States from England and fell in love with the rocks of Colorado. The sport of free-solo climbing is one that draws gasps from anyone who witnesses it.  The 60 minutes story on Alex Honnold brought it to the attention of a much larger audience; but Derek Hersey had no interest in climbing for fame.  In this documentary, footage collected over his decade of climbing is strung together to reveal the character of a man who was driven by a passion to live free—-and high up in the...