What is the most “essential” non-essential item you bring when you go climbing?
Carlos the rock climbing chicken joins Dan on every hike and climbing trip he goes on.
In the pursuits of sending and peak bagging one can not help but acknowledge those comforts that make our journeys unique. The element of danger and calculated risk buries itself in the back of every single one of our minds. It doesn’t matter where you are in the world creature comforts, good luck charms and travel companions transcend across every culture. That little extra that gives us expression, safety and luck in our pursuits.
Kevin brings Goofy with him where ever he goes especially when bouldering along carriage road in the Gunks.
In Rumney, New Hampshire a climber has the American Flag on his stick clip while climbing 4th of July weekend.
It has become a tradition for Rob to do Killington Mountain in Vermont dressed as Santa every year.
Mr. Teddi working on his Slab project at Nine Corners in the Adirondacks NY
Donkey at a shrine on Minkiani Pass (4000 m), Himachal Pradesh, India. Part of the Dhauladhar Himalaya.
Email us with a picture of your “Essential” item/companion you take with you when you go climbing!
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