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Vastervik, Sweden

Blog post up soon on Five Ten. Here are some nice photos by Dominik Hadwiger from the week:

The Next One

On rare occasions does the excitement of sending your project last more than a day before the next struggle begins. I’m happy to say that the next one for me is going to be a lot more difficult than the last. 5 moves of pure power out a roof on flat edges and slopers. My favorite!

A New Life Begins

Wow. It’s been far too long since I’ve written a blog post. I’ve sat down many times with the intention of writing one over the last month and a half, but the inspiration hasn’t been there. My life has taken some exciting turns and I feel it’s important to bring everyone up to speed before I attempt to return to a more regular blogging schedule. So here goes…

On The Circuit – A Bouldering Film

In the Spring of 2012, four of America’s Best Boulderers converged in Rocky Mountain National Park, Colorado in search of something new. Follow along as Dave Graham, Paul Robinson, Carlo Traversi, and Daniel Woods, establish and repeat some of the world’s most difficult boulder problems that surround the now infamous Bear Lake Road.

Wild Basin

A couple of weeks ago I headed out climbing with Dave Graham to check out a new area in RMNP called Wild Basin. It would be his second time up the canyon and our mission was to explore some of the upper talus fields that looked promising on Google Earth.

Hanging Around

Aside from staying in shape On The Circuit, editing video, and doing a little bit of skating; I’ve spent a few days over the last week hanging in a harness out in Clear Creek Canyon with Daniel Woods on his new “Mission Impossible Project”.

On The Circuit

The collection of boulders within close proximity to Bear Lake Road and the surrounding “road areas” around Estes Park are approaching legendary status. We call it “The Circuit”. For the last few weeks, I’ve been “On The Circuit” with Paul Robinson, Daniel Woods, Matty Hong, Jonny Hork, Dave Graham, Cameron Maier, and a host of other talented individuals. It has been amazing.

More From The Forest

The weather continues to be on the warm side, but we’ve been making up for it by climbing all the classics from V7-V11.  It’s been a real pleasure.  I can’t even describe how amazing this place truly is.  A historical …

Fontainebleau Deux

Consumed by the forest, I’ve finally extracted myself for long enough to write a little post.  First off, it’s been uncharacteristically warm here, so hard climbing has been difficult.  I’ve been trying anyway, with very little success.  It’s ok though.  I’m …

Fontainebleau.  A Magical Forest.

Fontainebleau, France! We are here, and it is wonderful. I can only wonder why it took me so long to get here and I can only wonder why I would ever want to leave. If you are unfortunate enough to have never traveled here, I can assure you that all the good things you’ve heard about the place are true to the power of 10. And all the bad things you may have heard are wrong. It’s that simple.

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