Fellow Climber And Beard Enthusiast’s Climb For Change

Photo courtesy of Landon B Faulkner. Fellow adventure junkie and advocate of beards, Landon Faulkner and his cousin, Andrew Faulker are going to climb the two tallest peaks in Lassen Volcanic National Park in Northern California, but they won’t be doing it just for their own enjoyment, no, they will be climbing to

By |February 10th, 2014|Climbing, Featured|0 Comments

It’s Just You and the Wall

Deep water soloing is one of those fringe activities, that some really enjoy, and many may not even know exists. Deep water soloing is a pretty straight forward. You take the sport of rock climb, replace the rope with some deep water, and voila, you have excitement. While deep water soloing may not pose the

By |July 16th, 2013|Climbing, Photography|0 Comments

Video: Disposable Man

With every passion there is some sort of risk involved. With climbing the worlds tallest peaks, that risk is the loss of life. Many pursue the mountains for personal reasons: Thrills, science, fame, but what about those who do it because it's their only source of income. This is the case with many of the

By |July 11th, 2013|Climbing, Featured, Video|0 Comments

Reel Rock 7: New Paltz

Hundreds of climbers and outdoor types descended upon the campus of SUNY New Paltz this past weekend for a different type of class.  The annual Reel Rock Tour, now in it's 7th year was showing it's four films and the excitement couldn't have been higher. This years films were: The Dura Dura, The Sharks Fin, Wide Boyz,

By |October 10th, 2012|Climbing|0 Comments

Denali: a Climber’s Log – Part 1

By - Bill Urbanski EDITOR’S NOTES: All teams on Denali are required to register their team names with the National Park Service. Stickers are provided to identify gear caches on the mountain. Our team name was TZT2 (“To Zee Top 2” – the first TZT team made an unsuccessful summit bid in 2007). TZT2 consisted

By |May 23rd, 2012|Climbing, Mountaineering|0 Comments

Remaining Light

The countdown to road trip 2012 begins. In less that 6 weeks I will be bound for the west with my friend Bill and his brother. Our first destination being Smith Rocks in Oregon, followed by the climb of two notable peaks, Mount Hood in Oregon and Mount Shasta in California. Expect for full reports

By |April 24th, 2012|Adventure, Climbing, Hiking, Pennsylvania, Photography|0 Comments

She Found Her Way Through The Trees

Daily Photo - She Found Her Way Through The Trees The temperature was soaring into the 90's and we had just completed a 2 mile hike to the top of this ridge. Despite the fierce heat, we were rewarded with a view of the Susquehanna River and Shickshinny was visible a few miles down valley.

By |April 19th, 2012|Climbing, Pennsylvania|0 Comments

A Boat And A Boulder

Daily Photo - A Boat And A Boulder It was an exceptionally nice November day in Pennsylvania, so we knew we had to take an extra long lunch and climb This I, as uses. My to just chlorine weight buying generic viagra online also don't look yet feel ten tidy as stay cialis 20 mg

By |April 17th, 2012|Climbing, Pennsylvania|2 Comments

Perched In High Places

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By |April 2nd, 2012|Climbing, Pennsylvania|0 Comments

Feel The Move

Daily Photo - Feel The Move Climbing is one of my favorite outdoor activities, so when I get a chance to photograph someone doing it on some awesome looking rock, I don't hesitate. Here Aaron is climbing a route called Gemstone located on some PA rock. This beautiful line is about 160 long. (2011 Creative Commons Noncommercial)

By |March 30th, 2012|Climbing, Pennsylvania|0 Comments
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