Bringing Fido along for a day of rock climbing is a big responsibility, but if you have a good system in place it can be a great time for you, other climbers and most importantly your hairy companion. But, before you head out for a day of climbing with your K9 companion lets cover doggy crag manners, trail etiquette and gear.
Digging into the good, the bad and the ugly underbelly of the bolted rockworld. How to evaluate and contribute to Americas aging bolt infrastructure.
A look at indoor leading and the subjective responsibility of the climbing gym community....both indoors and out.
Throughout this past New England winter, I grew accustomed to starting my mornings off with the daily Avalanche report from the Mount Washington Avalanche Center. Always well written and thorough, I've picked up a lot of useful information and structured many winter trips around the advice provided by the well-seasoned snow rangers. In an article on MountWashingtonAvalancheCenter.com they dive into the …
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