Daniel Woods, ready to play his hand at The Nest V15. Video - http://www.epictv.com/media/podcast/daniel-woods-and-jimmy-webb-climb-one-of-americas-hardest-boulders-%7C-ragin-the-rockies-ep-3/274525?b=1&header_b=1
whenever i read an article about how indoor climbing might replace the real thing it makes me want to slap the shit out of the author.
cantstopwontstopp- asked: Hello there, I'm sorry if this seems like spam. But a few friends of mine started making crashpads about a year ago, and after a year worth of testing, and making them better, they have started selling them. Since there is quite a big climbing society here in Tumblr, I wanted to use that and help them get more popularity on what they are making. So please if you find this interesting or want to help some fellow climbers visit their facebook page "FLIPP Crashpads" and like it or share it.
They seem like pretty nice pads!
Anonymous asked: 4. Climbing goals for this year?
Oh man, so may of them!
With trips to Hueco tanks, Red Rock Canyon, and the Silver Mountain, there is a lot to be done.
I’d really like to do my first outdoors V6 on a classic in Hueco. Baby Martini, King Cobra, Center El Murray are some of the V6s I’ll be working on in April.
I want to get more confident leading outside. Although I climb 5.12 indoors, I’m far from that on real rock. I have a few 5.11s and low 5.12 on my mind for this summer. I also want to do more trad.
Last but not least, I have two boulder projects that need some brushing and first ascents. I’ll get on that as soon as snow melts!
P.S. why the anonymous question? Don’t be afraid to show yourself :)