BKB Somerville member Kate Sedrowski writes about the nomadic life, and what caused her to find a reason to stay put.
Luke Mehall describes his relationship between hip-hop and climbing: from metaphors for life to appreciating the struggle.
Luke Mehall presents a night of dirtbag climbing at Brooklyn Boulders on October 20th at 6:45PM. ! Join us to learn how he did it, and to take a peek into the life of a dirtbag climber.
Right when summer felt cancelled, the sun arrived in Chicago. Continue reading
People often talk about pursuing happiness, but I’m beginning to believe that if we spend all of our time chasing something, the further away from us it will travel.
Guest blogger and new-ish climber Bobby Hicks writes about the love of climbing, redefining and reframing the word ‘strong’, and shows us how to Bear Crawl.
Speaking with avid climber and aerial enthusiast, Christina Natal, about her experiences on both rocks and silks, and why she is so enthusiastic about climbing and silks as means for personal growth.
Looking for a way to get fit, other than picking things up and putting them down? Then this is for you.
Grade Chasers. People who dedicate their climbing time towards progression by numbers. Those rock jockeys who evaluate their climbing prowess not by the days they climbed, nor in the quality of the routes, but in the little letter and number after their last climb.
BKB Courageous Explorers is a cross-curriculum summer program, offered in partnership with Courageous Sailing, for kids ages 8 – 11. From June 16th to 20th participants will spend two days at BKB and two days at Courageous. On the fifth day they will set out on a sailing expedition to explore a Boston Harbor Island.