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Wade has put together a nice video of our Spring Break trip to Joe’s Valley featuring Alex on Smokin’ Joe V9, and my brother Giovanni Traversi on the first ascent of Weed, Whiskey, and Women With Wieners V12. It is …

I decided to open up (for myself) the alpine bouldering season by heading up to Mt. Evans today. I have heard that the snow levels in the mountains were high this year and I was a bit concerned about whether …

I spent about 15 minutes in the BRC tonight before I decided that I am completely over gym climbing. I’m going to try and spend as much time as I can outside starting now, even if that means climbing on …

Photos Courtesy of Greg Mionske

Saturday, I headed up to the Poudre Canyon with a carload of friends and the intention of climbing on lots of amazing granite boulders. I managed to send Against Humanity V7 in soaking wet conditions. It was fun nonetheless. Very …

Today I woke up with a nice cup of coffee and the need for a rest day. My back and arms have been very sore and I haven’t rested in a couple of weeks. However, the temps were wonderful in …

I promised myself that I would never blog about an indoor boulder problem, especially one that I set, but I decided that I had to blog about this one. We just set the Right Side of the Hueco Boulder today …

Yesterday I fell off sticking the lip on Free Range V13, no less than 7 times in a row. Sad. By the time I left the problem, I had two new holes in my hand that wouldn’t stop squirting blood …

While perusing the mass amount of climbing blogs yesterday I saw the news that Kevin Jorgeson managed the 2nd ropeless and 6th ascent of The Fly (5.14d) in Rumney, NH. Word Up! I’ve known Kevin since I started climbing almost …

So, two days ago, out of nowhere, Alex decides that she is psyched to work on Trice V12 up on Flagstaff Mtn. I had no idea what to say to this because her outdoor psych recently has been significantly lagging. …

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