Photos Boone Speed Photo Gallery: Inside and Out – The Fine Art of Climbing March 6, 2019 Boone Speed Share this Facebook Icon Twitter Icon Email Icon Join Rock and Ice Magazine Create a personalized feed and bookmark your favorites. Join for free Already have an account? Sign In Join Rock and Ice Magazine Create a personalized feed and bookmark your favorites. Join for free Already have an account? Sign In Unlock this article and more benefits with 25% off. Already have an Outside Account? Sign in 25% Off Outside+. $4.99/month $3.75/month* Get the one subscription to fuel all your adventures. Map your next adventure with our premium GPS apps: Gaia GPS Premium and Trailforks Pro. Read unlimited digital content from 15+ brands, including Outside Magazine, Triathlete, Ski, Trail Runner, and VeloNews. Watch 600+ hours of endurance challenges, cycling and skiing action, and travel documentaries. Learn from the pros with expert-led online courses. Join Outside+ *Outside memberships are billed annually. Print subscriptions available to U.S. residents only. You may cancel your membership at anytime, but no refunds will be issued for payments already made. Upon cancellation, you will have access to your membership through the end of your paid year. More Details This article appeared in Gym Climber issue No. 1. Gym Climber issue No. 2 in Gyms Now Sam Elias comes to grips with the La Foixarda Tunnel in Barcelona, Spain. “It’s a free outdoor public climbing gym,” says Elias. “It’s very popular, and you can basically find people there 24/7.” The tunnel and nearby area offer boul- ders, traverses and bolted routes. The tunnel itself is about 50 meters long and four meters high, and was devel- oped in the late 1980s and early 1990s during the run up to the 1992 Barcelona Olympic Games. Lisa Chulich unlimbers in early morning light at the 30,500- square-foot Planet Granite, Portland, Oregon. Olivia Hsu, PrAna ambassador and student of Ashtanga yoga, at the DUMBO (Down Under Manhattan Bridge Boulders), Brooklyn. The DUMBO Boulders are the largest outdoor bouldering gym in North America. With 4,900 feet of climbable surface, the boulders can accommodate 51 climbers at a time. Christine Bailey Speed, Planet Granite, Portland. Speed, a nurse by profession, traded her stethoscope for a camera five years ago, and like her husband, Boone, now shoots professionally. She has also run Moon Climbing North America for the past year. Chris Sharma. Post Wile E. Coyote moment at the first-ever U.S. Psicobloc. Steven Jeffery circa 1999 shot on Cross Processed film at the original Wasatch Front Climbing gym, opened by the late Dave Bell. Bell was also the original founder of Pusher Holds. Lisa Chulich hucks a V9 at Planet Granite, Portland. Chulich, a former gymnast, began climbing when her local gymnastics gym closed. She began competing when she was 16, and has since been in seven World-Cup competitions. Woodie session at the original Brooklyn Boulders.