Kareemah Batts, a BKB climber, cancer survivor, amputee, and founder of Adaptive Climbing Group (ACG), chats with Kevin Jorgeson and others about her story.
Lucas McKinnon is joining BKB as both a part-time route setter and JCT coach. While some credit his good looks and his longtime friendship with Oliver, our Route Setting Manager, for his hiring, Lucas has extensive credentials of his own.
Danielle is the first participant in our Route Setting Apprentice Program joining us from Vermont by way of San Fran. Read on to discover more about Danielle and how she hopes to influence the community to ‘Climb Like a Girl’!
Humans are social animals. With partners, we are able to develop bold strategies and consistent execution. We see their weaknesses as our strengths and we see their fortitude in our flaws.
We are able to climb harder. Think faster. Endure longer. We are stronger together.
We saw grit. We saw gumption. And we even saw a broken nose. But all this aside, it became evident the BKB community has grown to standards and expectations that shouldn’t, and can’t, be capped.