From my time in Red Rocks: Unfortunately we didn’t get to hop on any boulders but I did find this cool rock in the Pine Creek area. No idea if there are any established routes on it, but there should be. Thing looks siiiickk. 🤘🏼
From my time in Red Rocks, this is me cleaning my first trad route! I don’t go out of my way to climb trad, but it was cool being able to play with some of the gear! What a gorgeous place to climb. 📸: @jmad_88
I cannot stop saying thank you to @fiveten_official / @adidasterrex! These brands have provided so much support to me and the places that I work. I will always be grateful! Thanks so much for the free haul bag! Can’t wait to haul things places 🥰
This route is so near and dear to my heart because of the cool stem beta in a really wide corner but the heartbreaker is the crux (for me) which is getting to the finish hold and matching on it. Another *almost* send on a fun V6/V7. 📸: @aspendaniello held the cam
Thank you @alaskarockgym for your sick routes and beautiful hospitality!
Thank you @beartoothgrill for the best salmon tacos I have ever consumed and for showing @reelrock on one of the days that I just happened to be in town!
Thank you @alaskaair for making this trip possible and making my dad’s retirement day so very special! My dad retired from Alaska Airlines today after 30 years of flying for them and we got to be on that final flight with him. 🥰Also here’s a sick V7 from the Alaska Rock Gym. It looks like I dabbed but I promise I didn’t. 😇
I gave the V9 slab problem over 15 tries yesterday. I have never stood on, held on to, and moved off of “holds” worse than these. It wasn’t until my last three attempted that I discovered the crucial beta that would help me send. Unfortunately my skin was far too gone and my legs were too weak. Sometimes you don’t send, but your efforts aren’t worthless if you can truly say you gave it your all.