Blog posts in Rock Climbing

Great Achievement on El Cap!

Congrats to Steve Wampler! Last week, he became the first person with cerebral palsy to climb El Capitan in Yosemite. Until he began is six-day ascent, Steve had never spent more than 24 hours out of his powered wheel chair. He estimates that he made 20,000 pull-ups during the 3,000 foot climb.

Access Fundraiser at Neptunes - April 8th

I hope everyone in the Front Range will come see my show at Neptune Mountaineering in Boulder on Thursday, April 8th. Tickets are $7 and 100% of the proceeds go to the Access Fund, the non-profit organization dedicated to keeping climbing areas open.

Blind and Naked - Erik Climbs the Legendary "Naked Edge" in Eldorado Canyon, Colorado

In November, Erik succeeded on one of his most difficult climbs yet! Sure, climbing Everest and the rest of the Seven Summits wasn't easy. And the Nose on Yosemite's El Capitan wasn't a walk in the park either. But from the standpoint of technical difficulty, the Naked Edge in Colorado's Eldorado Canyon is one of the most challenging.

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