Becoming a Trad Climber: A Rite of Passage

Traditional rock climbing is a quickly evolving art in a modern world. Sadly, a growing demographic of climbers don't think it's worth the risk involved. But is it really that dangerous?  Or are people just becoming too accustomed to the safe environment provided to us by gyms and sport climbing?  Regardless, that's not what this … Continue reading Becoming a Trad Climber: A Rite of Passage

Climbing Season in Joshua Tree

The J-tree climbing season is right around the corner, and if you live in or around Southern California, chances are that you’re just as stoked as I am!  Joshua Tree is a 1,200 square mile sea of orange granite with a rich history in the climbing community. Many of the greats cut their teeth (and hands) … Continue reading Climbing Season in Joshua Tree