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"It really is kind of a marvel of nature that this line exists," Pearson said of Tribe. "It's probably the best hard route I’ve climbed in terms of the complexity of movement, the quality of the rock."
This is just, well... we don't even know where to begin... It has to be the most bizarre rock climbing discipline we've ever seen.
Pearson goes full American in his quest to establish one of the United States' hardest and boldest trad lines to date.
The power climbing couple of James Pearson and Caroline Ciavaldini share their favorite climbing spots and outings in their new book, Climbing Beyond. In this excerpt from a chapter on climbing around Pembrokeshire, Wales, Pearson shares beta on Stennis Ford and Muy Caliente, one of the area's most difficult lines.
James Pearson returns to Pembroke to send Something's Burning (E9 7a/5.14b/c X)
James Pearson of the U.K. has completed the second ascent of A Denti Stretti (5.14a), while skipping the route's bolts and placing all natural protection.