Alex Johnson: Hungry Hungry Hippos
May 12, 2015

It had been a long time since I’d been invested in a project other than The Swarm. With the way I approach climbing, I often feel like an anomaly in this sport. Choosing a climb for its given grade is not something I’m known for. I think that’s why I hadn’t found another project before Hungry Hungry Hippos…

Evolv Parking Lot Sale: 2015
May 6, 2015

Join Us Saturday, May 16th for our Annual parking lot Sale! You can score deals on some of your favorite climbing shoes, brands, as well as get some passes form your favorite climbing gym. The fun starts at 9, be sure to get there early…

Kai Lightner: Open SCS & Era Vella
April 25, 2015

Evolv athlete Kai Lightner discovered the world of climbing at the age of six. Now at 14, he is pushing the boundaries and grades of both indoor and outdoor climbing with the overwhelming support of his mother, Connie…

Ronnie Dickson: New Horizons
April 24, 2015

Five years ago, I set a goal for myself to climb V10. I like goals not because of the end destination, but because of the process and the journey that you embark on the second you decide to embrace that goal wholeheartedly and make strides towards it.

Jon Sedor: My first V4, Shadunk, since losing my hand
April 23, 2015

I recently flashed my first V4, Shadunk, since losing my hand. A friend told me about the problem and encouraged me to attempt it. After weeks of endless rain stopped for a few days, my friend, Mike, hit me up to check out a local area in…

Chris Sharma: El Bon Combat
April 22, 2015

Finally! The wait is over! Today Red Bull released a video of Chris Sharma on El Bon Combat, 9b+! Catch the amazing footage by Ricardo Giancola…

Christiana Kim: Tuck Fest
April 21, 2015

Tuck Fest 2015 was held last weekend at the Whitewater Center. Luckily, the rain held out long enough for the climbing events. For those of you that don’t know, Tuck Fest is three days of outdoor competitions and live music at the Whitewater Center in Charlotte, NC…

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…

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…

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