The video of our trip is finally done! Check out our ridiculous dance moves as we make our way across the US and Mexico!
The grand finale. We’re off from Kentucky and it’s time for some show and tell — and what a way to wrap up the trip. With friends coming down to meet us from Canada and an intensely packed 6 days straight of climbing, we’re exhausted but amped about what’s next. Read on about our epic … Continue reading Canadian, Kentucky Takeover
By: Michael Sinclair (guest writer) Moab is the epicenter of American desert climbing. Every established climbing area in the world has a slightly unique set of climbing ethics. In Moab the climbing community is generally against protecting established routes with bolts (sport climbing) and favours traditional climbing in which all protection is placed by the climber … Continue reading The Ancient Art of Desert Spires
We’ve fallen down a rabbit hole and landed in a fantastical world of bright colours, deep canyons, and unlikely rock formations. This magical location? Utah! Take a peek at Helen’s first ever blog post.
Continue reading “Down the Rabbit Hole”
This one is a bit different. I think you’re in for a treat. Writing this, for me, was quite the feat. Inspiration from Dr. Suess’s story telling convention, the rest will follow a rhyme, did I mention? Kayaking in Lake Powell is the name of the game, somehow I don’t think this will bring me any fame.
Continue reading “Lake Powell Odyssey”
After our previous episode of helping karma come around to our camping buddy, and narrowly avoiding some interesting conflict in Mexico, it’s fitting that we mellow out for a bit.
This portion of the trip revolves around our time in the Grand Canyon and Red Rock Canyon areas. This will be a brief rest from the typical story format, so I’ll really just use it as an excuse to post some cool photos before talking about our awesome kayak trip along the Arizona/Utah border amongst some slot canyons.
Enjoy and stay tuned for when I get a chance to post about our kayak adventure!