Story by Mason Earle / There is a circus net that lives in my attic. It’s 50 feet long and … Continue reading Trench Warfare, Net Style
Story by Zoë Zulauf Ware / It seems like just yesterday that freshly fallen leaves crunched underfoot on approaches in … Continue reading The Winter Wind-Down – Part 1: Feet
by Maya Gans / Seeking climbing in winter, I made the pilgrimage to Joshua Tree National Park where I fell … Continue reading Innovations in Climbing: The Hangboard
by Maya Jaffe / You made it through the crux section you’ve rehearsed for weeks, and desperately find the rest. … Continue reading Innovations in Climbing: Quickdraws
by Maya Jaffe / Any attempt to research volumes will prove they are one of the most elusive, yet ubiquitous, … Continue reading Innovations in Climbing: Volumes
by Maya Jaffe / From the days of swami belts, buttonheads, and EBs, climbing gear has dramatically changed to maximize … Continue reading Innovations in Climbing: The GRIGRI
Story by Mason Earle / Halfway out a 50 foot roof crack, I desperately stabbed for a thin hand-jam. I … Continue reading Mason Joins The Circus
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?