Travels with Chris Lindner: A Spring in the Life...Thu, 20/05/2010 - 23:10 — Petzl America -...
I started March off around Gunnison with some cliff bolting, ice climbing, cross-country skiing in the backcountry, and snowboarding in Crested Butte, followed by a short trip to Bishop.
Bouldering in Gunnison. Photo courtesy of chrislindner.com
Jon Cardwell in SpainTue, 04/05/2010 - 15:36 — Petzl America -...
Normally, when the cold weather arrives, I feel as if I'm one of the little geckos that sometime peek their heads out of the pockets in Margalef, taking refuge from the harsh climate. I grew up in the desert so naturally I seek out the sun. I either make plans to travel to a warmer area or head for the boulders. This year was different and thankfully with a group that's always psyched it was easy to stay motivated through the coldest months.
Rock to Ice, Part 2: Kevin Wilkinson tests the ice & quickly sends M12Tue, 09/03/2010 - 19:47 — Petzl America -...
Back in Canada for the winter with nowhere to sport climb or boulder in sight, Petzl athlete Kevin Wilkinson decided on a whim to try his hand at mixed climbing when some friends invited him to go along.
Rock to Ice, Part 1: Emily Harrington finds new inspiration in ice climbingMon, 08/03/2010 - 21:49 — Petzl America -...
by Emily Harrington
Ice climbing ?!
I began ice climbing and mixed climbing this past December because I wanted to prove something. No matter how lame that sounds, I wanted to try something new and prove that I could be more than a sport/competition climber.
“You’re gonna hate it.”
“Ice climbing? Seriously? Isn’t that too cold for you?”