Amy Sutley: Asia Climbing
April 20, 2015

Last September I travelled to Asia for my first big climbing trip, which included a lot of the highlights I was hoping for. I sent some of the hardest routes I’ve ever done, and made friends and travelling partners with climbers from around the world, including China, England, Germany, France, the US, Vietnam and Switzerland…

Paul Roberts: The Send Triangle
April 19, 2015

I have begun to notice some thing interesting, and you should begin to notice it too. What does it actually take to send a route that you’ve been working on for what feels like a timeless adventure? Where are you in yourself at the times you have sent, where were your companions and what was the environment…

Josh Muller: He Said, She Said
April 5, 2015

He said, “Take.” She said, “Gotcha.” He said, “Why did you hose me?” She said, “I didn’t.” He said, “Whatever, take me tight.” She said, “OK.” He said, “Take me tight.” She said, “I am.” He said, “You keep dropping me.” She said, “I’m not heavy enough.” He said, “Sit on the rope.” She said, “I am.” He said, “Take me tight.” She said, “I am!”

Dennis Connors: Ram Mountaineering Tradathon
March 31, 2015

Sitting on the third pitch belay of the six pitch climb in the Cederberg mountains of South Africa, I look down to see what looks like a gaggle of hyperactive kids surrounding a car. But they aren’t kids, it’s a troop of Baboons ravaging a poor safari expedition’s Land Rover…

Samantha Caligiur: Life of a Climber
March 24, 2015

A life of a climber on the road can be tuff. Weather, skin, psych, and money can be with you most of the time but sometimes it’s not, and we have to want it that much more…

Dan Cornella: It’s Not About the Come Up, it’s About the Come Back
March 19, 2015

October 3, 2014, 3:45 p.m. is a day and time I will never forget. I walked up to this boulder problem to warm up just like I have countless other times before. This boulder though was going to be the one that would put me down for quite a bit.

Ashima Shiraishi: First Female To Send 5.15a!
March 18, 2015

In case you’ve been living under a rock, Ashima Shiraishi is kicking some major butt this year. In January she took down The Swarm V14 in Bishop and on her recent Spring Break in Spain she completed Open Your Mind Direct in Santa Linya, Spain…

Gear Review: Evolv Luchador
February 26, 2015

The Evolv Luchador SC is the newest shoe in Evolv’s large line of climbing shoes. The Luchador is a technical, all-around shoe that features a slightly downturned last with a semi-asymmetrical toe profile. With a synthetic upper, a new seamless elastic tongue system, and 4.2 mm TRAX® high friction rubber, this shoe is designed for both technical and everyday climbing...

Steph Davis: Crazy Beautiful Thing wins Best Short Film
February 11, 2015

Congrats to Evolv Elite Athlete and the entire crew who helped create "Crazy Beautiful Thing" which just took the title Best Short Film at the Mountain Film Festival in Mammoth.

Paul Robinson: Red Rockin Video
February 9, 2015

"After visiting Red Rocks so many times, I cannot believe that there is still so much potential for new boulders to be climbed. Each canyon seems to have a new turn or a new corridor to walk through that lends itself to a new boulder and a new feature that can become a first ascent..."