"Finding Fidi" follows the story of first generation American Fidi Naj as he sets out to climb his first V10 in Morrison, Colorado. It's more than just a project. It's a path to understanding his identity as he reflects upon his heritage, his mental health and his pursuit of happiness.
For years Klem Loskot was a driving force in the evolution of bouldering, raising standards in some of the world’s most famous areas. Then he dropped off the map. Ten years later he resurfaced, still hovering near a ceiling that’s difficult to define.
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Sometimes climbing trips involve far more time spent off the rocks than on.
We all knew it was stupid. It was 109 degrees, humid enough to necessitate a swimsuit and with nearly no shade. I was upside-down, clinging to the underside of a boulder. The rock felt like a sauna stone against my face. Sweat and dirt stung my eyes. My hands burned, and slipped. This was not sending conditions. It was stupid, but we couldn’t help ourselves.