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.
Beautiful vibrant red sandstone, smooth deep pocketed huecos, soft powdery red sand and endless rock walls in every direction, see why climbing in Red Rock is one of America’s top climbing destinations!
Ceuse in the Haute-Alps section of the country is the home of some of France’s most famous crags. Sitting over 5,000 ft above sea level and at the foot of the Alps, Ceuse houses some of Europe’s hardest sport climbing routes.
Rising as high as 13,500 ft the Uinta Mountains are a bit higher than most popular climbing areas you will find throughout Utah.
This young city, founded in 1960, has tons and tons of beautiful concrete structures throughout it’s streets, such as this building, the local university.
Sam’s Point is a section of the Gunks that many do not know of or have taken the chance to explore. A possible reason for this is because rock climbing in not allowed here. So why come here??
Beautiful beaches, green lushous mountains, breath-taking waterfalls, paradise has many meanings and forms. Ask anyone where is paradise and there is a good chance they say Hawaii. The iconic North Shore of Oahu known for its epic waves has another treasure being discovered by climbers!
The Torne Valley of Harriman State Park is a land that has had significant historical value to the area of Southern NY.