The two-day Climbing Advocacy Conference this coming weekend will bring together climbing organizations from around the world.
“For us it’s important to set up a space where people can see themselves,” says Hiram Trejo, one of the founders of MÁS, a new climbing zine.
In South Carolina, while crags were closing left and right, an initiative by the Carolina Climbers Coalition to put out-of-work climbers back to work fixing trails has taken off.
In the time of home wall and hang board-based climbing media, one climber started a video interview series that was a little different. "I was getting tired of people posting fingerboard exercises,” says Wolfgang “Schnitzel” Schüssler. Maybe you are, too.
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