It is the modus operandi for these guys to hike far — farther than most are willing to go — in the effort to forge new routes on remote granit peaks. True to form, Blake Herrington and partner Scott Bennett, did just this on a recent trip into the backcountry of BC, criss-crossing the international […]
Archives for August 2011
We urge you to check out the awesome intro featuring Rob Pizem. Rollerblades … are you serious! Here is the Official Website or you can find their page on Facebook.
The Piz and partner Jesse Zacher are heading up to forge a new route on the one of the most underdeveloped faces in the West this weekend. The Unaweep Wall is a short distance South from the major climbing thoroughfare town of Grand Junction. The approach is a pain, but it's not that bad. That […]
The AAC Climbers' Ranch in the Grand Tetons requires an extra level of support and involvement over the course of the next 18 months to help ensure its future. The lease that grants the Ranch rights to the land it is situated on is up for renewal at the end of 2012. The Ranch is […]
CAMP has been a proud sponsor of the Rifle Clean-Up events for several years now having donated hundreds of steel biners and draws to the cause of keeping sharp biners off heavily traveled routes. This year, we are donating even more fixed steel draws and we hope to see them lining the canyon walls on […]
Our athlete Fabrizio Zangrilli is enjoying a little downtime in Kathmandu during his 9 month guiding and climbing season in the Himalaya. We are hoping to help him in identifying an historic piton he pulled from the Basque Route a few weeks ago. Here's the note from Fabrizio and an image: "I started going through […]
Click Here if you still need to read Part 1. By 2:00 in the afternoon, the Honey Dripper was officially dead … for the season. It seems I swooped the second ascent of Silver Surfer with zero time to spare. And when the ice melts out, it is time to climb rock. By 5:00 we […]