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Featured Tech: The Whipper

New to the fitness tracking world is the Whipper. It’s the worlds first climbing tracker. Yeah, yeah, yeah you already have a Fitbit or an Apple Watch or any other device that you strap to your person each morning and check throughout the day to see just how active you are. 255 more words

Beyond Graduation

Just under two weeks from today, I will begin working at Misty Mountain. I first became aware of the company at age 10 when I learned some climbing basics in an Atlanta gym. 277 more words

Farewell for now

It’s been exciting, intimidating and humbling getting CliffMonkey blog up and running this semester, though if I were to describe my feeling right now, the one word I would use is, “grateful.” 198 more words

Rock Climbing

One last outing

It would be cliché as well as inaccurate to say that there are certain types of rock climbers for certain situations. In reality, climbers are people that come in manner of all shapes, sizes and skill levels so there is never just one archetype type that fits perfectly into a into a specific climb.  551 more words

Rock Climbing

Another Heavenly Summer Adventure: in the Pachmarhi Mountains

In my previous blog, I wrote about a heavenly summer vacation in my childhood in an Idyllic paradise in Himachal. This blog is about another such heavenly summer, but this time in Pachmarhi, a hill station in Madhya Pradesh. 1,337 more words

Childhood Memories

8 facts I learned from this old climbing handbook

 If you don’t enjoy random facts about climbing, then get out. No, just kidding.

My grandfather found this awesome book for me on his flea market rounds (really cool find if I must say). 771 more words


Return from the depths of the Internet

We are back!

So I made a pact to myself to blog about my Fernweh journey as it went along, to share my journey into creating my own brand – warts and all!- a place I could share my story, my work and my inspirations, but also cathartic retreat I could use to write about the highs, the successes and the stresses and frustrations that are entangled with starting a business! 158 more words