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21/59 - Joshua Tree National Park | 05.06-08.17

I’ll admit it- this trip got off to a ROUGH start. We were doing pretty well with packing the car and getting everything ready to go, and all we had left was some last minute grocery shopping (because I’m of the opinion that food shouldn’t be put in the cooler until the absolute latest moment possible, and it should be as fresh as possible when it goes it). 1,987 more words

Road Trip

Memorial Day 2016 | Red River Gorge

With Memorial Day weekend upon us (and me trying to remember to keep my blog alive), I thought I’d share my Memorial Day 2016 trip to the Red River Gorge. 1,168 more words


Climbing meets Waterfall

Hello again, I know it took me a while (well, 6 months…) to update this post, but here it is!

When Isi and I were in Dalat (Vietnam), I booked a tour with… 401 more words


A Beginner's Guide to Indoor Climbing

Disclaimer: I am not a professional climber or a professional instructor. However, I taught introductory rock climbing classes for a year and a half and have six years of climbing experience. 912 more words


Brandon Smith - Climbing - LaFayette, GA

I am open to all sports and all things. My current passion and new way of living involves rocks and climbing them. Whether it’s southern sandstone or northern granite I cant wait to touch finger tips to stone.

Mount Whitney by the numbers

We made it to the top!

Total number of hours on the mountain: 18.5

Round-trip mileage: 22

Feet of elevation gain: 6100

Highest elevation, in feet: 14,505… 251 more words

Random Adventures

Battling the Crux

So it has been a good few months since I last posted on here. I was going to publish a post about overcoming mental health issues and climbing, as I had yet to overcome such issues and the fear of the associated stigma and the repercussions of not being the ‘perfect person’ I decided to abstain. 250 more words