See those yellow flags? Each one marks 50 meters/ 165 feet! This line is 888 meters/2,900 feet long. At the average walking speed of 5km/hr (3mph) on solid ground, it would take you 12 minutes to walk this far. It would take you 36 seconds driving in a car at freeway speeds. For BD Athlete @handsomerobinson, this walk took 40 minutes (that's a long time to stay focused) and is the longest highline walked in the USA. ⠀ Photo: @aidanwilliamsphoto ____________________________________________ 👉🏼Use for poss shoutout ! 👊🏼TAG friends to help us grow! ____________________________________________ 🔴👕 If you want t-shirts or hoodie , please check the link in our bio (profile)➡ @climbingcorner 🎁 Perfect gift for your family members and friends Thank you ! 💟 * Via: @blackdiamond
Avui una mica de Sant Llorenç... Bona temperatura al sol i una nevera quan s'ha amagat 😱😱🥶🥶 però això no ens ha aturat 🤪🤪 bon entrenament per hivernals 😊😊 Salut i bones escalades a tothom!!! 📸 @miquel.mas
Achieving the summit of a climb is emotional. Sometimes I experience unbridled excitement where my whole body and mind beams with energy; whereas other times, I experience a wave of relief where a cathartic sense of peace resonates within me. However; no matter the emotion, the experience is always deeply felt and thoroughly intoxicating! Perhaps it is the palpability of this moment that continually draws my gaze onward to my next objective 🔭 . In two days I head off to Cochamó - a destination filled with colossal granite walls amidst a lush Chilean rainforest. I’m already brimming with anticipation for the emotional experience that its summits are bound to provide 🦄 . 📸 1) @ray_of.sun.shine . 📸 2) Neha Khurana
A few new aesthetic additions to Mountain Project while we look forward to some sunny weekends coming up. Where’s your next crag adventure? 1 - Double Jointed, Honeycombs 2 - Hang Ten, McKinley Rock 3 - Lunch Route, Acker Rock
Free up the hands, with a perfect knee-bar👌 ------- 📸: @b.yiya . @jeradf
Going through some photos from my recent trip to Greece and found this one of me on a great route named 'Lizard' (6b). A crimpy start which went into a friction slab and finished with a short overhang to the chains. I love routes that offer variation and the implementation of different styles. All the more reason for a balanced approach to training 🤘
The start to She Moves Mountains East Coast spring season is only TWO WEEKS AWAY! Our guides love vacation but we’d rather be in our environmentally 🍃 friendly classroom (cause it’s outside 😜) with you! Link in bio for more information. Sign up for our bouldering clinic on Feb. 3rd, closes on Feb. 1st.
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This is another one from the Leaning Towers. Over the course of the 2 week trip @forestwoodward and I made 2 second ascents and 3 first ascents of routes ranging from beautiful 400' 5.10s to proper 1000+ walls. When I am on a trip with bad weather and I am stuck in Basecamp this is one of the trips I think about.