Pages Menu
Categories Menu

Most recent articles

Best Women’s Climbing Shoes

Posted by on Jun 14, 2020 in Featured, Gear Reviews | 0 comments

Quick List – Best Women’s Climbing Shoes • La Sportiva TC Pro• La Sportiva Testarossa• La Sportiva Muira VS• La Sportiva Solution• La Sportiva Skwama• Scarpa Vapor V• Tenaya Mastia Different shoe companies generate different brands of women climbing shoes annually. The different rock faces around the globe play an enormous role in this. For instance, rocks in California are composed of volcanic boulders, while in Greece, they are made of limestone. Thus, companies build climbing shoes to perform differently in different scenarios. Women climbing shoes are very different from men’s shoes. Before the innovation of women climbing shoes, women depended on men’s or unisex shoes for rock climbing....

Annonces Gratuites Rencontre Extra Conjugales Gratuites

Posted by on May 31, 2020 in Featured | 0 comments

Pour cela, rencontres gratuites vous devez aller sur votre compte Facebook depuis votre ordinateur ou bien directement sur votre application Tinder (sur smartphone) et « retirer/supprimer l’application » depuis votre onglet de gestion. Bien plus « chill » que « Bang me on Facebook » ! Au final, j’ai, comme il est dit plus haut, quitté ce milieu “déçu” pour ne plus y retourner. Quelques zéro de chaque durée est des histoire présent dans les série. Tous nos membres sont inscrits dans un seul et même site de rencontre gratuit sur montpellier Peu importe votre âge, votre sexe et votre situation professionnelle, de nombreux musulmans montpelliérains vous attendent sur...

Climbing in Squamish BC ??‍♀️⛺️ Mom’s Take Away!

Posted by on Nov 18, 2018 in Destinations, Featured, Personal Stories, Routes | 0 comments

One of the best perks, for me, as a mature climber, is that I get to climb with my adult children ? Both our daughter and son are excellent climbers. Our daughter, Alex, began just two years ago, but as a former, nationally ranked gymnast, it did not take long for her to pass her parents in both ability and passion for the sport. Ryan, our son, began as a little boy. He joined the climbing team for a few years, and now is working on his AMGA Rock Guide certifications. What this means is that I have this amazing situation where my son guides the family on all the...

From Beginner to Big Wall: Chasing Dreams in Brazil (Part 1)

Posted by on Oct 15, 2018 in Featured | 1 comment

Recently, I completed my first big wall, female climbing trip through Brazil with a close friend of mine. We conquered three of the classic big wall routes in Brazil in one week by ourselves: 1) Moonwalker, Pedra Riscada (roughly the size of El Cap- we slept in hammocks on a bivy ledge at the top of pitch 12 before continuing on the next day to the summit and down), 2) Face Leste Pico Maior, Parque Tres Picos and 3) Face Leste + Maria Cebola, on the coveted Dedo de Deus. Everywhere we went, we ran into male climbers (we did not run into one single female climber- we want...

The Once and Future Climber

Posted by on Apr 27, 2018 in Featured, Personal Stories | 0 comments

I consider myself a climber in the core of my being, although I’m not particularly strong, skilled or prolific. I feel most myself when I have sandstone grit in my fingernails and hear the windchime call of gear on my harness. But this past year a new identity lodged into the core of my being: mom. Full time working mom. Finding the balance between my job, my infant son, and the person I’ve always thought I was has been one of the most difficult challenges yet. I found myself without beta and full of paradoxes, especially feeling deeply isolated although literally never alone.  So, I wanted to share just...

Wrapping my head around being a mom…

Posted by on Jan 20, 2018 in Featured, Personal Stories | 4 comments

I’ve had about 7 months to ponder what life would be like once I have the little baby that’s growing inside me right now. I’ve always struggled a bit with showing my “excitement” in the more traditional ways that many folks do. Rather, I internalize a lot of those feelings. I remember going on my first few multi-pitch climbs with my husband. He’d say “did you have fun” and I would simply say, “yes.” He would stare at me for a little bit and I could tell by the look on his face he was thinking “jeez, that’s it?” haha. While, inside my little-excited person was jumping up and down...