What does the future of climbing look like? As climbing grows in popularity, we must examine how we can bring the spirit of the sport to make it more accessible to all and integrate it into mainstream society for our betterment. The dirtbag climber must die.
Did you miss the 2015 ROCK Project Tour at Brooklyn Boulders? Don’t fret. Here’s our video recap:
We ask pro-climbers Joe Kinder and Alex Honnold about their dreams, the worst thing they’ve ever done, their biggest regrets in life, and food preferences.
Reminder: this Saturday May 2nd, the ROCK PROJECT TOUR IS COMING.
Since they’ll be hosting clinics with pro-climbers like Alex Honnold, Angie Payne, Brittany Griffith, Sam Elias and Joe Kinder, from 10am-4pm, all lead climbing and the 30/45 walls will be temporarily closed for this event.
We apologize for the inconvenience! All other areas of Brooklyn Boulders will be open to the public, and the rest starting at 4pm. This event is SOLD OUT, but if you’d like to attend the after party, you can still get tickets here.
The ROCK Project Tour continues in New York City for a first of its kind climbing, advocacy and education event. They’ll be stopping by Brooklyn Boulders with pro-athletes, Gunks Climbers Coalition, Rock & Snow, and the Mohonk Preserve for this exclusive event.