This Summer the Colorado Mountain School decided to expand our climbing programs to the heart of the European Alps and offer alpine rock and mountaineering climbing trips based out
Star Rating: 5/5 Aero Pros: Lightweight, no bottom frame, durable, adjustable nosepiece, Air Link temple dampening system Aero Cons: None Stunt Pros: Durable, protective lens, good fit Stunt Cons: None
Have you ever walked up a trail in the rain and wind? Working hard, you have your fancy waterproof jacket on to keep you dry, but it just seems like
We’ve had a lot of guides out in the field recently – on rock, ice and snow. The following is a compilation of conditions reports from the past few days.
Team assault on Hallet’s Great Dihedral Recently I had the pleasure of working with three guys (Rich, Evan, & Will) from Oklahoma who were looking to climb a rock-alpine route
Climbing high in Longs’ Notch Couloir in July “It doesn’t interest me what you do for a living. I want to know what you ache for, and if you dare