/ Story by Mason Earle My partner Nik and I were 4 pitches from the top of El Cap, crammed … Continue reading Trip Report: Back to Bishop
by Jon Vickers / Drive Time: 3.5 hours Rock Type: Sandstone Discipline: Bouldering Grades: Sandbagged Camping: Across Road The skiers … Continue reading Winter Destination: Big Bend Boulders
by Mason Earle / Thinking about climbing a big wall? Do you dream of spending days ascending an enormous wall, … Continue reading 10 Tips: Mason’s Beta On Big Walls
by Jon Vickers / FA: Gordan Douglas/13a/Big Cottonwood/Quartzite/Draws (fixed?) According to me and my friends, Cross-Eyed and Painless is one … Continue reading Local Classics: Cross-Eyed and Painless
By Mason Earle / Notch Peak, January 2015. My 5am alarm woke me up inside the van. Frosty windows. I … Continue reading Notch Peak with Niels Tietze.
by Nik Berry School had made me particularly antsy and I couldn’t wait to escape the safety and routine of … Continue reading Escaping the Grind: Climbing Red Rock’s Crystal Dawn
Article by Mason Earle / Photo by Jon Vickers November in Utah. This means a lot of things to different … Continue reading 5 Tips for 5 Cracks with Mason Earle
Sinks Canyon and Wild Iris (Lander, WY) / Travel Time from SLC: 4.5 Hours / Climbing Type: Mostly sport climbing on dolomite … Continue reading Trip Report: Cowboy Country
Sometimes you just want to climb cracks. If it hasn’t happen to you yet, I am sorry for your loss. … Continue reading The Best Wasatch Cracks to TR: Goodro’s Wall and Bongeater
Around the corner from REI is a locally owned specialty climbing shop called International Mountain Equipment. This shop provides more … Continue reading Who is IME?