Tags » Climbing

Vratsa 

Probably the most famous and extensive climbing area in Bulgaria. Our well researched plans came somewhat unstuck as the campsite we’d been hoping to use as a base turned out to have closed for the year at the end of August. 186 more words

Eastern Europe

My Favourite Piece of Gear - Patagonia Houdini

Gear: Patagonia Houdini Jacket
Owner and Reviewer: Archit Rakheja

Pound-for-pound, the Patagonia Houdini jacket is hands-down the warmest piece of gear I own.  I bought this jacket back in 2010, when I was used to mule-ing around a massive backpack full of heavy gear; this was at a time when my joints were younger, skin tougher, and pockets emptier. 218 more words

Jacket

Camper Spotlight at Land of the Arches: Adam Stein on Climbing the "Red"

Adam Stein is a climber in residence at the Land of the Arches campground. Adam is the epitome of what it means to be an “in the zone” lover of the sport. 956 more words

Vail Valley Real Estate News for Friday, Sept. 22

A look at the numbers for the first half of September, a look at the (lack of) inventory for affordable homes and a good read from Robert Freedman. 21 more words

Real Estate News

Homeless and Bouje 

I always seem to find stories and posts of people claiming how difficult it is to either: travel, live in a car, leave their things behind and so on… WELL, I’m here to say that none of those things are actually true. 973 more words

Adventure

Bada Boom 7b - Grands Perrons

As the first snows of autumn start to coat our mountains in a scant white negligee causing us to fantasise about winter adventures, I finally have some time to write about some of the things that kept me busy this summer. 321 more words

Ross Hewitt