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[6 Jan 2010 | 3 Comments | 1,671 views]

If you climb and you’re in the U.S. right now, chances are you’re either cowering from winter in a gym, living it up in Hueco (we hate you) or martyring yourself on your project in the freezing ass cold. This little video of features a couple of die hard winter boulderers—Luke Parady and Chad Greedy—attempting Boulder Canyon’s Super Proj in bitter conditions—and goes perfectly with a glass of warm whiskey on the couch.

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[27 Dec 2009 | One Comment | 4,395 views]

In the spirit of everybody getting along during kwanzaa-hanukkah-christmas-ramadan, we thought you all might enjoy this, especially if you’ve ever seen one of these.

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[19 May 2009 | 8 Comments | 12,483 views]

Phil Schaal’s been killing it recently. In the past year alone, this Connecticut climber has ticked 15 V13s, including some rare repeats of hard East Coast lines—The Book of Bitter Aspects (V13) in Bradley, Conn., Agent Orange (V13) in the Gunks, and the Chelsea Smile (V13), Ty Landman’s new sit start to Divine Providence in Lincoln Woods.

But pissing on hard blocs hasn’t come easy for Phil, who’s gone…

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[13 Apr 2009 | 4 Comments | 1,019 views]

Bouldering in America is good, like, really good. Huge independent blocs dot the landscape in Bishop, mega-classic problems line up like an outdoor gym down in Hueco, Font-like Sandstone rabbit terds lurk in the deep south, and epic glass variation eliminate classics have been carved out of the Dakota sandstone in the one-horse town of Morrison, Colorado.

Whiskey Wednesday »

[18 Feb 2009 | 2 Comments | 818 views]

If you don’t live under a rock then you probably know that the U.S. Bouldering Championships were this past weekend at the Spot gym in Boulder. If you paid any attention at all you know Daniel Woods and Alex Johnson crushed hard enough to clench the titles. Their accomplishments are worthy enough to drink to tonight  except for the fact that neither one of them are old enough to buy their own alcohol.

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[5 Dec 2008 | 7 Comments | 211 views]

So in conjunction with the article that our friends at Rock and Ice ran about our homestate (okie dab to DR and crew) I decided to give your little peepers something to drool over for a few hours. That and we are slowly going crazy over here because the snow just keeps dropping all over our precious little rocks making it impopssible to climb and since we don’t do that silly shit with axes and spiky shoes, this…

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[30 Nov 2008 | 8 Comments | 1,528 views]

Sonnie Trotter. You know him. He’s that crazy guy from Canadia with a clever little tattoo on his arm. He was in some video climbing some crack. He’s sent some hard stuff, some scary stuff and some rad stuff. He’s been there and done that, and he’s actually still doing it. He finally peeled himself away from climbing rocks and doing yoga with his hot girlfriend to give P&C a few good answers to our questions. Enjoy.

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[4 Sep 2008 | 2 Comments | 493 views]


Angie Payne has just unveiled the first female ascent of Dave Graham’s legendary European Human Being in Rocky Mtn. Nat’l Park. Angie, you are my hero. Mad respect!! I took these photos last season when Angie was attempting the problem. Now I finally have a use for them—Yippee!

Cute Climber Girl of the Week »

[14 Aug 2008 | No Comment | 2,588 views]

Alright everyone! Cute Climber Girl of the Week is BACK!!! Get psyched for la femmes that la crush! First up for the reunion tour is a special new friend to P&C who I spotted on complainingfrommycomfyarm- chair.com. After a month waiting for her response I found out she’s the only girl that can keep D. Woods’ attention and she warned me that if I made her look like an idiot she’d send him

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[13 Aug 2008 | One Comment | 263 views]



“Seurat” is a big beautiful seam on a boulder hidden in the alpine meadows of Mt. Evans, Colorado. It’s also my arch nemesis. From the first moment I saw Seurat, I wanted to climb it. But my dreams were crushed when I simultaneously pulled on and and face planted on the slab. Repeatedly. My foot kept popping. So, since I hate climbing this problem but love looking at it, I figured