I was climbing the 30 Wall the other day on a high-gravity day. I was flailing; failing hard. You know those days when you can’t seem to get your footwork quite right? When the skin on your finger-tips is shredded down paper thin and your arms are pumped after a few attempts? One of those days.
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.
Brand spankin’ new ping pong table back at BKB. Who wants to have a tournament?
You’ve been waiting for the day, and so have we. Our showers are getting completely redone with beautiful fresh tile come this Sunday. In light of that, our showers will be temporarily closed for renovation.
Okay, the Dawn Wall ascent is complete. It’s only 2 weeks into 2015 – which projects are YOU going to complete this year? LA-based Marty Windhal guides BKB rock climbers through the rest of the year.
Looking for a way to get fit, other than picking things up and putting them down? Then this is for you.
Why do certain accomplishments within the rock climbing community transcend the bubble into mainstream media, while others do not? What’s the secret sauce? Alex Graziano investigates for BKB.
Get your ice axes ready. We’re hosting a LAVA MONSTER competition on January 25th, 2015.
Here’s a throwback to our last Lava Monster competition — which was a blast!
This year, we’re doing an ICE EDITION of Lava Monster (appropriate for the freezing weather these days), sponsored by Furnace Industries. Climbers will be using ice axes to aid their journey across the danger zones, and two winners will be crowned Ice Queen & Ice King.
You may have seen former Adaptive Climbing Group member and current Ohio resident Jon Sedor around BKB this past week. He only has one hand, but still crushes the wall. Many people upon first glance might look at Jon again and think: wait, what? But how? Here’s his answer.
Ice climbing. The colder, edgier side of outdoor climbing. Find out what it’s all about and go on a trip with Alpine Endeavors.