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Scaling Headstone

Scaling Headstone

Joshua Tree National Park is a seemingly boundless playground for rock climbers and adventurers of all types. Every year (except this year unfortunately) I meet up with a tight knit group of climbers that descend upon Joshua Tree National Park, ...

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Journey Into Avalanche Gulch

Journey Into Avalanche Gulch

Last June, after a disappointing shutdown by Mount Hood, we departed Government Camp Oregon, and headed south into California. We figured if Hood was going to shut us down, we still had to climb a mountain, it was in our ...

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Air Travel with Climbing Gear

Air Travel with Climbing Gear

There is no doubt that air travel can be a hassle, but combine the equipment needed for traditional rock climbing, and you may be ready to pull your hair out. That is why I put this video together to outline ...

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Reel Rock 7: New Paltz

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 ...

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Just A Man And His Mountain

Just A Man And His Mountain

We neared the Red Banks at around 12,000 feet on Mount Shasta. We were blowing out calories faster than we could pack them in, but we pressed on. The weather was bluebird, at the temperature just about perfect. We couldn’t ...

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We Made It!

I had never been to Lake Tahoe, and was mesmerized by the beauty of this lake, second only to the magnificent Crater Lake, several hundred miles to the north in Oregon. After a nice stop off at a lake side ...

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Oh Shasta! Life Above 14k

Oh Shasta! Life Above 14k

Last week, I stepped on to the snow covered slopes of Mount Shasta in N0rthern Califoria, and didn’t look back. We ascended to 9500 feet the first night and set camp on a snowfield under a blanket of stars. The ...

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