The Tri-State Bouldering Series is back for Season #3 with five stops across NY, NJ & CT. We at Time to Climb are going to be there for each of the five stops this season to cover the action, photograph & interview the climbers who are competing along the way! Continue reading “The Tri-State Bouldering Series is Back for Season #3”
Written By Alex Kahn
We have entered a time in climbing history where not only does the average rock climber learn to climb inside a state-of-the-art indoor climbing facility, but they rarely, if ever, experience the act of climbing on real rock.
Written by Alex Kahn
When it comes to climbing there is an endless supply of tips, tricks, warnings, beta etc. Here’s a quick list of 10 things (in no particular order) that jumped out at me to mention when you are climbing outside or inside the rock gym. Enjoy!
Boulders of every shape stand before me, some the size of a coin, others bigger than a house. If an all-powerful being and Michelangelo joined forces to create an outdoor marble playground, it would look like Chimanimani National Park. White boulders with black and grey patterns appear blank and daunting, deterring those who are impatient. For those who persist, a variety of climbing holds slowly emerge from within the depths, creating mountains and valleys of endless possibility.
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 in Bishop California to test their mental & physical limits climbing these highballs!
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!
Written by Kyle Dow
There are accomplishments and feats that set women apart from men, and aside from our good bits, a good indicator is the length of our hair. Guys, consider yourselves lucky—unless you choose to spend a couple years living out of your van, you probably don’t have long, luscious hair.