Archive for the ‘Rock/Ice’ Category

GoPro Mountain Games! Posted By dustin on

The 2013 GoPro Mountain Games are underway! Day one kicked off with some exciting kayak action on the class V rapids of Homestake Creek at the Bud Light Steep Creek Championships. The GoPro Mountain Games got off to a wet start as almost 50 kayakers from around the world plunged down Homestake Creek, racing for the fastest [...]

Save Red Rock Canyon – Las Vegas, NV Posted By dan on

Via – Outdoor Adventure Bad news out of the Save Red Rock Canyon fight in Nevada. 7,000 homes and a strip mall may be coming to the middle of Red Rock Canyon. Show original

Panorak’s GoPro Giveaway (and other rad prizes) Posted By dan on

Win Awesome Prizes From Thank You for an Awesome First Summer! This is our little way of saying thanks for a pretty rad summer. Keep Panorak in mind as you head out to explore this fall and all winter long for your backcountry adventures. Most importantly, thanks for spreading the stoke about the simplest way [...]

Click Click Click Take Better Climbing Photos Posted By dan on

Via – Outdoor Adventure 29 ways to make your climbing photo less lame – We see thousands of photos pass across our desks here at UC HQ. There are a lot of great photos, and a lot more not-so-great photos. Show original

The Reel Rock Tour Posted By dan on

The website is live for the 2011 Reel Rock Tour, although we’re still waiting on an official trailer. Here’s a sneak peak at this years film and a preview from 2010… sooo good! Just released 2011 Trailer!!   Reel Rock 2010 Trailer from Sender Films on Vimeo. For 2011 you can expect to see footage [...]

The Most Epic Trip Posted By dan on

People Panorak because of their passion for the outdoors, I’m not sure how much more passionate you can get then packing up and hitting the road to rock climb Noth America for 5 months.  At Teva we met tons of new people but Steve and Gina blew us away with their passion for their trip, [...]

A bouldering wall in downtown Denver Posted By Brendan on
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I must have pedaled past this wall on the Cherry Creek bike path 200 times in the past five years, and every time, I thought, “I wonder if you could do some bouldering on that thing?” It looked like well-featured flagstone blocks, from what I could see at 12 mph anyway. If you live in [...]

The Scene; A Climbing Flick by Chuck Fryberger Posted By dan on

The Scene Official Trailer Boulder, Moab, Austria, and Spain are the four climbing communities featured in the rock climbing movie The Scene. I’m lucky to live within driving distance to two areas of world class climbing. I can’t wait to catch some of these athletes at the Teva Mountain Games in a few weeks.   [...]


A few years ago, I managed to blow an entire $150 REI dividend on climbing guidebooks. It was one of the best investments I’ve ever made with that dividend. Guidebooks aren’t the most exciting piece of gear to buy (unless you’re me), but they are one of the most useful. Here are four that can [...]

Daniel Woods and The Invisible Man Project Posted By dan on

Here’s a video of Daniel Woods’ new climbing project near Hueco. He’s shown working a “V15 into a V13″, that’s been named the “Invisible Man Project” because all the holds are half the size of nearby Terremer. My Fingers hurt just from watching the video! Invisible Man Project, 8c++? from Courtney Sanders on Vimeo.

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