A day event of Pro Climbers, Clinics, Workshops, Films, Gear Demos, Giveaways & More!
During the day – NJ Rock Gym
9:30am to 5:30pm Climbing Clinics:
Climbing Techniques Clinic with Paul Robinson & Alex Kahn – 10:00am – Register Beginner Training & Climbing Techniques with Nina Williams -10:00am – Register Advance Training & Climbing Techniques with Nina Williams – 1:00pm – Register Dry Ice Tool Clinics – FREE – Sponsored by Furnace Industries Training for Ice inside the Climbing Gym with Mike Burk – 10:00am & 1:00pm – Sign-up
Professional Development Workshops: – Free Promote your Skills to Climb– By Luis Hernandez of IBM Networking in the Digital Age – By Nicholas Hernandez of Time to Climb
Meet & Greet with Pro Climbers
3:30pm – 5:00pm @ NJ Rock Gym
A Night of Films & Talks
with Paul Robinson, Alex Kahn & Nina Williams
The Darress Theater – 615 Main St Boonton, NJ
Doors: 7:00pm Featured Films & Talks: Premiere of Uncharted Lines – Trailer Premiere of Ronnie Dickson: The V10 Project Sending Ambrosia a presentation by Nina Williams Chasing Winter – Trailer
With over 2,000 sport routes Finale Ligure has a lifetime worth of climbing to offer. This is not a crag you simply go for the weekend, it is a lifestyle. Finale is the home to families living in vans, a time warp into the past of climbing. Limestone rock outcrops fill these coastal mountains truly making it a climbing adventure.
THANK YOU FOR YOU PURCHASE! I was sitting on the submit order page for almost five minutes before I worked up the guts to actually buy the ticket. I already quit my job so I kind of had no choice but to do it now!
Mohonk Preserve is New York’s largest visitor and member-supported nature preserve that’s home to 165,000 annual visitors and 8,000 acres of forests, cliffs, fields, ponds, and streams. It is located on the Shawankgunk Ridge, a section of the Appalachian Mountains that’s just 90 miles north of New York City.
Fifteen feet above my last screw, the ice turns to complete shit. Unconsolidated, candled, air-filled, de-laminated mush. No way this crap is gonna take a good stick. I can see the water trickling behind the flow on this late season WI5. The rope hangs from my harness, clear of the ice. Checking in on my placements, I have one mega placement at shoulder level. Hips close to the ice, standing tall, I can feel the back of my ax pressing on my chest. Good feet. Swinging my one tool at the mush, an unsettling crack slams through the icicle just below my feet rattling my nerves and shaking my confidence. A drip of sweat on the tip of my nose. Breathing regains control. Forearms beginning to burn, working my feet up on the front points of my crampons – a little higher, a little higher still – I need to reach what looks like decent ice just out of reach above the mush and get another screw. Reaching. Reaching higher.
These massive egg shaped boulders are home to some of the most iconic bouldering problems found in the world! Climbers from around the globe come the Buttermilks to test their limits climbing highballs!
Nestled in the heart of Appalachia is a land of rolling mountain ridges, knobs and gaps, that hold unending beauty and wonder. Take a look at what Time to Climb discovered on our trip to West Virginia!
The heat can be hard to beat during the summer. As any climber in the Northeast can tell you, its not just the heat, but the humidity that’s a challenge. So Time to Climb packed our pads, set our GPS northbound and drove to Smuggler’s Notch, Vermont for some elevated bouldering!